Mathew Anderson, Australian Ambassador to Afghanistan andScott Kelleher, Australian Development Counsellor and Head of Aid, called on President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul on Saturday.
Two newly rebuilt irrigation canals in northern Baghlan province were handed over to the local government and people on Thursday.
The World Food Programme (WFP) in Afghanistan on Thursday received 31 heavy duty trucks donated by the Government of Russia to replace ageing vehicles and boost WFP’s capacity to deliver food to remote and inaccessible areas of the country.
The construction work on Salma Dam, a hydroelectric and irrigation dam located on Harirod River in western Herat province, is nearing completion, according to provincial officials in Herat.
A newly-constructed bridge connecting at least 16 villages was inaugurated in Khulm district of northern Balkh province on Tuesday.
Responding to media reports about the termination of Hajigak mining project by a consortium of Indian companies, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum on Monday said the contract was never signed.
While reports are doing rounds that the consortium of seven Indian companies led by state-owned Steel Authority of India (SAIL) is mulling over abandoning the ambitious Hajigak mining project, the decision has not yet been officially communicated to the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum.
If reports are to be believed, a consortium of seven Indian companies led by state-owned Steel Authority of India (SAIL) are mulling over abandoning the ambitious Hajigak mining project in central Bamyan province.
Journalists in Mazar e Sharif held a symposium this week on the coverage of renewable energy sector and emphasised the importance of highlighting country’s tremendous potential for energy production owing to rich natural resources.
The Ministry of Economy in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) convened a national consultative meeting in Kabul on Wednesday to review recommendations of the 2014