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Dozens of development projects implemented in Uruzgan

TIRINKOT: Dozens of development projects have been implemented at a cost of more than 13 million Afghani in Uruzgan province, the provincial Rural Rehabilitation and Development Department said in a statement the other day. Director of the provincial Rural Rehabilitation and Development Department Nangyalay Habibi said work on these projects launched a month ago and 754 people were provided with employment opportunities in the projects, according to the statement. “The projects include graveling the rural roads, cleaning streams, construction of retaining walls and culverts and carried out with the financial support of the World Bank and technical cooperation from Sanayee Development Organization (SDO) in Chinarto district of the province,” the statement quoted Habibi as saying. Habibi said a 16-kilometer road had been graveled, a 51- kilometer stream was cleaned, 280-meter embankments and 60-member retaining walls and six culverts were constructed in various areas of the district. Residents of this district expressed happiness with the implementation of these projects and as they were provided with work opportunities. Mohammad Wali, a resident of Bazaar locality, who received employment in these projects, said he was paid 450 Afghanis daily. He urged the government and aid agencies to implement more such projects in their area. Mohammad Nabi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.