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UNICEF funds drinkable water supply projects in Jawzjan province

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UNICEF funds drinkable water supply projects in Jawzjan province

unicefffThe United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has funded two potable water supply projects in northwestern Jawzjan province.

Benefitting 2,000 families, the projects include a 12km long pipeline that will carry water from a deep well to two villages in Aqcha district and the Haidarabad village.

The projects, costing USD 168,114, are being implemented by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development.

This comes as the doctors had advised the residents to not drink water from dams and streams that are contaminated with bacteria.



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