Bridge in Baghlan and new school buildings in Bamiyan

Construction work on a bridge started yesterday in Afghanistan’s Baghlan province, according to the Bakhtar News Agency (BNA). According to the BNA report, the new bridge, which is expected to be 12 meters long and 4 meters wide, will be built in the Qandahari village of Pul-e-Khomri city. It should be completed in 9 months, BNA reported. With this new bridge, transportation problems faced by the residents of Qandahari village as well as other neighboring villages will be resolved.

In other good news, the residents of central Bamiyan province are celebrating as construction has been completed on three new school buildings. According to the Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN), the construction of the school buildings were funded by the government of Japan. An education official told PAN that one of the schools has eight classrooms and four administrative rooms, one has eight classrooms and eight administrative rooms, and one has 12 classrooms and eight administrative rooms. A student told PAN, “We are happy to have a proper building now. Earlier, we used to study in the open”.

July 8, 2014 В· admin В· No Comments
Posted in: Afghanistan's Economy, Education, Reconstruction and Development

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