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Sunday, July 07, 2019
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) A drinking water network was put into exploitation in Balkh province.
Mohammad Salim Sayee head of agriculture, irrigation and livestock of Balkh told BNA, the drinking water network was built at a cost of nearly 4 million Afghanis in Dehdadi District of that province.
The water network provides water requirement for 900 families in the district.
T. Yarzada

Saturday July 6, 2019
KABUL (BNA) Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MoRRD) have been implemented 750 development plans within the last three years across the country.
Farid Azhand spokesman of (MoRRD) told BNA reporter, the development plans, include the construction of 500 km roads, bridges, culverts, water dams, water networks supplies, school buildings and other environmental necessities.
The development plans have been completed with a sum of more than 200 million Afghanis by national covenant program in 34 provinces of the country.
It has been said, the construction work of 750 others development plans underway in 34 provinces.
M.A.Ansari

Saturday, July 06, 2019
Jalalabad (BNA) The construction work of a large bridge kick off in Nangarhar province.
The bridge is being built at a length of 160 meter and width of 5 meters in Khogyani District.
With the construction of this bridge, hundreds of rural families will access the market by public highway with the shortest possible time.
Hamel Zeya acting of public work department of Nangarhar told BNA, the bridge will cost $10 million to be paid by the government.
The residents of Khogyani District welcomed the construction of the bridge.
They say, they had to spend a lot of money for transportation of agricultural products or their illness to district and public highways.
The bridge is to be deposited in the next three months.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, July 03, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of water supply network for displaced families started in Dasht Frakh region, Baharak District.
Ministry of refugees and returnees with releasing a statement told BNA, the water supply network is being built with the cooperation of United Nations Office of Refugees at the cost of 5 million Afghanis, that directly 850 families and indirectly 3000 displaced families will be benefited from potable water.
The head of policy planning  of refugees affairs ministry Meher Khoda Sayar at the opening ceremony of the water supply network promised to solve the displaced people’s problems, and called partner agencies, especially the United Nations Refugee Agency, to address the unprotected  people living in Baharak District in their work plans.
T. Yarzada

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