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Uplift projects to be launched in Baghlan and Khost

The Ministry of Public Works plans to undertake five uplift projects in northern Baghlan and southeastern Khost provinces. The projects include construction of bridges at a total cost of 230mn AFN which would benefit thousands of residents in the two

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Ministry of Public Works $22.3 million road maintenance project

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on October 20 announced a $22.3 million project to help the Afghan Ministry of Public Works maintain Afghanistan’s roads. The three-year project will help the Ministry create three departments: a road authority

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17-km road to be built in Kandahar

A  17-km road , connecting Kandahar Airport to the central city, is to be built to develop the area’s transportation system. Kandahar Governor Toryalai Wesa said the road would be completed within two years and would be equipped with street

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A newly asphalted road inaugurated in Ghor

Afghan Public Works Ministry inaugurated a newly asphalted road in Chaghcharan, capital city of Ghor. The 13-km long and 8-m wide road has solved the transportation problems of the city residents. “The project, costing USD 8 million, is funded by

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Afghanistan’s major highways need repairs

The Kabul-Herat highway, which is the biggest highway system in Afghanistan, has deteriorated just months after its renovation. The highway was built 6 years ago and connects Kabul to southern Kandahar province and Kandahar to western Herat province. Economic and

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New road being built in Tirinkot

A new 20-km road is being built between Tirinkot, capital of Uruzgan province, and Dehrawud district. Funded by the Ministry of Public Works (MoPW), the projects would be completed over the next eight months at a cost of 414 million

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Survey of the Afghan-Tajik-Turkmen Railway to begin soon

The Afghan Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) announced Thursday that survey of the Afghanistan-Tajikistan-Turkmenistan railway would begin soon. “A foreign firm has won the contract for surveying this project. The firm will launch its survey after approval from the Asian

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