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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Kunduz (BNA) Cash distributed to 47 recent flood affected families in Kunduz province yesterday.
Mohammad Karim Karimi natural disaster head of Kunduz told BNA correspondent, the aid distributed for 147 flood affected families in suburb of Kunduz and Khanabad district.
The cash assistance was provided by the Afghan Development Institution and the AXFAM Institute, and for each family distributed 19,000 Afghanis.
It should be noted that these institutions intend to distribute cash and food aid to a thousand families in the next nine months.
T. Yarzada
 

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Neli (BNA) The gravelling work of more than 34 Km meters of road kick off in Daikundi province yesterday.
Sakina Ihsani spokesman for Daikundi governor told BNA correspondent, the road will be graveled from center of Pato district to center of Daikundi province from budget of public work ministry at the cost of 49 million Afghanis within 8 month.
At the inauguration of the road, the governor of Daikundi province and other officials were attended.
T. Yarzada
 

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Sheberghan (BNA) 90 displaced families received aids in Jawzjan province yesterday.
Abdul Malik Rostami head of repatriation and refugees of Jawzjan told BNA, the aids were distributed by repatriation and refugees office with collaboration of national and international institution for families who’s displaced due to recent insecurity from insecure areas to Sheberghan city.
The aids included, blanket, Tarpaulin, kitchen packages, gas balloon, bucket of water and cash 2000 Afghanis.
The distribution of assistance continues to displace families by that office.
T. Yarzada
 

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Taluqan (BNA) Asphalting of a street in Talaqan, the provincial capital of Takhar province, with the length of 15 kilometers has been kicked off yesterday, BNA reported.
Asphalting work on the said street was inaugurated during a ceremony attended by Abdul Haq Shafaq the provincial governor, head of the Rural Rehabilitation and Development and some provincial elders, according to the agency.
Provincial Director of rural rehabilitation and development said in the project work has been facilitated for 9,038 people, while hundreds of people will have access to the provincial capital, after the project completion, said the sources.
The main aim of the project was also said to provide work for poor people, particularly those returning from neighboring countries, the agency said adding by the completion of the project, several villages will be connected together.