Building for a clinic opened in Parwan and a bridge inaugurated in Kunar

Last week, Afghanistan’s Bakhtar News Agency reported that a 10 room building for a medical clinic was opened in the Shinwari district of Parwan province. The building was constructed at a cost of more than $150,000; the funding for the project was provided by the Japanese government. The clinic will provide health services to the more than 20,000 residents of the district.

Today, Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) reported that a 300 meters long and 10 meters wide bridge was inaugurated in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar. The bridge is on the Kunar River in the Sawaki district. The bridge was built at a cost of $4.5 million; the funding for the project came from the United States. The bridge took 3 years to build, according to the PAN report.

January 8, 2012 В· admin В· No Comments
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