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Wheat Donations to more than 2000 Families in Kapisa

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Wheat Donations to more than 2000 Families in Kapisa

Wheat donations to 2120 needy families in Kapisa began today, 03 Apr 2012 and will continue for another 5 days.

Sayed Mushtaq Sadat, Municipal for Kapisa Province, said that the needy families receive two sacks of wheat, 50kg each. Mr. Sadat assured that the search for more aids to donate food to the needy.

The wheat donation is a grant from India to the Ministry of Agriculture and is distributed through the Provincial Agriculture Office.

India has granted an aid of 2000 tons of wheat and its distribution in all the provinces is in the process.


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  1. PearlMadzz
    PearlMadzz 5 April, 2012, 10:20

    Good Job India!

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  2. Mohib
    Mohib 21 May, 2013, 04:50

    As Salaam Aleykum,

    I would like to make a donation of two sacks of wheat, 100 Kg.; how do I do it?

    Thanks,
    Mohib

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