According to a Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) report published yesterday, thousands of families living in the eastern provinces of Nangarhar and Laghman will have electricity by this coming March.
Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) reported today that construction work on a 15km road was launched in the Khuramsar Bagh district of Afghanistan’s northern province of Samangan today.
Late last week, Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) reported that reconstruction work on a 12km road in Gardez, the capital city of Afghanistan’s eastern province of Paktia, was completed at a cost of $3,400,000. The road links the Tiri Kandao area with Sharan, the capital of neighboring Paktika province. “It is an important project for residents of the two provinces and will help ease traffic snarls in Gardez,” provincial governor Juma Khan Hamdard told PAN. The reported added that “about 385-km of roads have so far been constructed in the province”.
Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) reported today that buildings for two high schools in Kabul were inaugurated today. The building for the Sharak-e Mehdia High School has 22 classrooms and the building for the Syedul Shuhada High School has 12 classrooms.