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January 28, 2015

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The objective of this project is to design a roadmap for development of the Sheberghan gas fields. This includes several activities: drilling/rehabilitating three gas wells; conducting a gas reservoir study to certify reservoir gas quantity, pressures and quality; and assisting the Afghan government to partner with the private sector to design, build and operate a central gas processing (sweetening) plant and construct and operate an expandable gas-fired power generation plant with an initial capacity of 200 MW in the form of an Independent Power Producer (IPP). An Afghan Gas Enterprise (AGE) will play a major role in supplying gas to the IPP in collaboration upstream with private-sector gas exploration and production companies, mid-stream with private-sector processing or companies and downstream by delivering processed gas (fuel) to the IPP.

May 10, 2006
NANGARHAR PROVINCE- On May 10, 2006 government officials and community elders publicly opened the 21.25 km farm to market road in Khogyani District of Nangarhar province.
 
On May 10, 2006 government officials and community elders publicly opened the 21.25 km farm to market road in Khogyani District of Nangarhar province. The road was built with the assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT).
 
May 3, 2006
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- World Press Freedom Day was celebrated by 150 Afghan journalists, foreign press and media development agencies at Carwan Sarai, Kabul, Afghanistan on May 3, 2006.
 
World Press Freedom Day was celebrated by 150 Afghan journalists, foreign press and media development agencies at Carwan Sarai, Kabul, Afghanistan on May 3, 2006.
 
April 6, 2006
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- The United States, which has already invested millions in the Afghan economy simply by purchasing goods and services on the local market, will promote even more such purchasing through a new program – “Afghan First.”
 
The United States, which has already invested millions in the Afghan economy simply by purchasing goods and services on the local market, will promote even more such purchasing through a new program – “Afghan First.”
 
March 8, 2006
KHOST, AFGHANISTAN- Thirty new community midwives graduated from an 18-month training program. These midwives will take up posts in rural health facilities throughout Khost province.
 
December 22, 2005
IMAM SAHIB, KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN- On December 13, 2005, the Deputy Governor of Kunduz, the Mayor of Imam Sahib, the Head of the Information and Culture Department of Kunduz, and several local elders and students inaugurated the first independent radio station in Imam Sahib, the capital of Kunduz Province.
 

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