Sunday, May 26, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The agriculture and irrigation ministry with cooperation of PDHP architecture development center for the first time constructed a garden in the area of 10 jiribs of land in Samarkhail village, Behsood district of Nangarhar province.
According to publication and information department of agriculture and irrigation ministry, 100 fruitful saplings have been planted in the garden and the saplings would be disseminated to other areas capable for growing such trees.
According to the sources, the fruit garden was established for first time in Afghanistan and its productions have a good market in foreign countries. T. Suraya-Yarzada
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Mehtarlam (BNA) The construction work of public utility projects was began in Qarghai district of Laghman province.
Governor of Qarghai district said BNA, the projects consist of construction of a retaining wall at length of 260 meter, will be completed by the cost of 27 million Afghanis
Dr. Fazlullah Mojaddidi governor of Laghman said BNA, with construction of the wall; approximately 100 families will be saved from the flood.
Wednesday 22, May 2013
Kabul (BNA) As part of its grant aid to Afghanistan, recently, Japanese government announced to provide an amount of $ 30 million financial aids to the ministry of public work.
Talking on the topic, deputy minister of public works told media that for maintenance and protection of highways the concerned ministry intends to purchase at least 160 transportation vehicles to accommodate those areas where people and travelers confront technical problems. Deputy of minister of public works said that nearly 300 remote areas of the country should be equipped with latest transportation vehicles to facilitate the commuters during the winter seasons and in case of any kind of natural disasters. Meanwhile, head of Japanese Jackson Company describes purchasing of the equipment as productive step for protection and maintenance of highways and roads and urged that it will also support economic development of the country. Head of Japan’s Embassy financial cooperation section told media in Kabul that Japanese government has established nearly 7, 00 km road across Afghanistan since 2001 and it also supported government of Afghanistan in different social sectors. However, international community raised billions of dollars financial aids to Afghanistan over the last eleven years, but still the country needs financial assistance of the donor nations to fulfill its financial requirements and development projects including road construction program. The people of Afghanistan expect that allies of the country will continue backing the country in renovation and rehabilitation of its basic economic infrastructures to lead the country towards self-reliance and socioeconomic wellbeing following the country in 2014. Local resident Qader said, that two years before the process of road construction in capital city Kabul was in some extent extended process, but the quality of the materials used for construction of road or asphalting not achieved public trust, it important to mention that Japan has been the second largest donor to Afghanistan after the United States.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of a gate on Kabul-Kandahar highway in Ghazni province inaugurated by governor of that province today.
Mussa Khan Akbarzada governor of Ghazni said BNA, the gate is built with the contribution of administrative staff of Balkh province and businessmen in honor of 2013 festival.
According to Setar Roshan Zada representative of Balkh governor said BNA, the gate with length of 40m, in height of 18 m, is built with the cost of 11 million Afghanis.
Roshan Zada added, Balkh province on occasion of introduction of Ghazni province as the capital of Islamic culture and civilization of Islamic countries will take active part in reconstruction of different sectors of that province.