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Uruzgan’s 15-km Water Canal

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Uruzgan’s 15-km Water Canal

The project of the construction of a 15-km long water canal was launched in Tirinkot city, capital of central Uruzgan province on Monday.

The World Bank-funded project would benefit thousands of people and cost USD 379,110.

 The water canal starts from Zarafshan River of the provincial capital and extended to Haram Shah area.

The project was surveyed two years ago and the work on it started on Monday.

The facility would help develop local economy and irrigate agriculture lands.


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