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Water supply project completed, inaugurated in Kandahar

AFP PHOTO PACKAGE: A water pipe that crosses an uncovered sewage canal at the area of Fdailiyah southeast of Baghdad, 06 December 2007, trickles water as children look on. Many of Baghdad's neighborhoods lack essential infrastructure like power and clean water. The United Nations said last week it feared an outbreak of cholera in Baghdad where at least 101 cases have been reported in the past three weeks. Sadr City, Madaien and Baladiyat are among the Baghdad neighborhoods most affected by the bacterial disease, it said. It added that pollution of waterways by raw sewage is perhaps the greatest environmental and public health hazard facing Iraqis, particularly children. AFP PHOTO/WISSAM AL-OKAILI --MORE IMAGES IN IMAGE FORUM-- (Photo credit should read WISSAM AL-OKAILI/AFP via Getty Images)

KANDAHAR: A potable water supply project, which has earlier been conducted in the country’s southern province of Kandahar, was completed and inaugurated, the provincial governor office said in a statement the other day.
The project was launched earlier in Kandahar, the provincial capital city, with the financial support of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and was inaugurated in a fiber cutting, ceremony, attended by some provincial officials, the statement said.
In most parts of the country, people are facing lack of drinking water, as experts warn that the country is facing lack of underground waters due to consecutive harsh droughts in the country.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.