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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) Russia has submitted 3000 tons flour loaded in 41 trucks to Afghanistan side in Hairatan city of Mazzr-e-Sharif. 
According to local officials of Balkh, the assistance has been provided by Russia based on the agreement which was signed between Russia and Afghanistan. 
Alexandria Gulban, Russian consul to Mazar-e-Sharif in a ceremony held in Hairatan said, “Russian officials have carried out the assistance in the wake of economical situation of Afghan people.” 
Kateb Shams, provincial director of agriculture and irrigation said the assistance is to be distributed to affected people throughout the country in particular in Balkh province. 
He added Russia also assisted 5000 tons flour and 51 tractors to Afghanistan three years ago.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Sheberghan (BNA) Four uplift projects have been implemented by Turkey in Jawzjan province. 
According to Turkish head for PRT based in Shebarghan, the projects which include construction of a building for a teacher training launching computer and English learning programs, tailoring and assistance of internet and computer equipments to Jawzjan university and assistance to provincial prisons. 
The source said the building for the teacher training has two classrooms and administrative room. 
He said nearly 110 Afghan women are busy in learning programs as tailoring, English, Turkish and computer.

Monday, January 23, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Reconstruction work of Poza Ishan investigative farm has been started by Afghan ministry of agriculture and irrigation. 
According to Shah Mohammad director of the farm, the project costing 1.8 million Afs funded by Afghan ministry of agriculture and irrigation. 
He said the project which included pavement and construction of a road in the farm. 
According to the farm’s director, the farm’s 150 acres land was previously paved by Afghan ministry of agriculture and irrigation and it is determined that the rest 268 acres land of the farm would be paved by financial assistance of France in 1391. 
He added construction work of the farm’s enclosed wall with total length of 2000m would be started in the offing and with completion of the project; further investigative experiences would be facilitated in agriculture sector. 
The farm was constructed by Afghan ministry of agriculture and irrigation in 1347 in 468 acres land in Baghlan province.

Sunday, January 22, 2012
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) The second training center for agricultural services for women was opened in Balkh province. 
Munera Qazizada in charge of the center said the 20% cost of the center is assisted by USAID and the remaining provided by the women of this center. 
She added that at the center those women who are familiar with agricultural activities and have skill in preparing jams, bee-keeping, handicrafts, tailoring and marketing them. 
They will also train other vulnerable women in its training courses.