The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

More quake-affected Heratis given houses, statement

HERAT: On the occasion of Eid Al-Adha total of 100 quake-affected families have recently been provided with newly built houses in Herat province, the provincial Information and Culture Department said in a statement the other day. The houses were built at the cost of 70 million Afghani (some 988,941 U.S. dollars) and distributed to the natural disaster-hit people in an official ceremony attended by the Deputy Publication Minister of Information and Culture and Acting Deputy Governor of Herat province, Mawlavi Hayatullah Muhajer Farahi, Mufti Abdullah Azzam, Chief of Staff of the Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Office, and a number of local officials, the statement said. Mufti Azzam acknowledged the widespread damage caused by climate change, earthquakes, and floods across various regions of Afghanistan, leading to significant personal and financial losses for the residents, and noted that these disasters had also affected seriously infrastructure. He added that the Deputy PM for the Economic Affairs Office is working on a comprehensive five-year plan that will soon see its first draft completed. This strategy aims to identify national priorities based on the country’s actual needs and available resources, promoting regular economic growth, creating investment opportunities, and enhancing overall economic development. The plan is expected to manage and accelerate the country’s growth process effectively. Thousands of houses have so far been built and handed over to the quake-affected communities in Herat. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.