National Procurement Commission Approves 24 Projects Worth 10 Billion Afghanis

KABUL (BNA) The National Procurement Commission, chaired by Deputy Minister of Economy Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, has given its approval to 24 different projects valued at approximately 10 billion Afghanis during its regular meeting today, Tuesday.

According to a press release by the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office, a total of 27 projects were presented for discussion at the meeting. Out of these, 24 projects received approval, while the remaining 3 projects were assigned to the National Procurement Department and respective ministries for contract evaluation.

The approved projects primarily involve the Ministries of National Defense, Interior Affairs, Communications and Information Technology, Public Health, Water and Energy, Da Afghan Breshna Sherkat, and Kabul Municipality.

Some of the notable approved projects include the construction of the Paranda Panjshir micro-hydroelectric dam, the completion of the Tori dam in Zabul province, and the basic construction of essential roads within Kabul city.

Additionally, the projects aim to provide electricity to citizens in various provinces, enhance internet services in remote areas, and undertake various other initiatives.

The Implementation of these projects is expected to create job opportunities for thousands of Afghan citizens.

The National Procurement Commission’s approval of these projects reflects the government’s commitment to fostering infrastructure development and improving essential services across Afghanistan.

The undertaking of these initiatives is anticipated to contribute to the overall socio-economic development of the country.


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