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KUNDUZ (PAN): Up to 1,000 domestic animals were lost to recent heavy snowfall and avalanches in northern Kunduz province, but affected families are yet to be assisted, residents said on Thursday.
KABUL (PAN): Nearly 4.5 million tonnes of dairy products are imported annually into Afghanistan, where 85 percent of the population is dependent on agriculture and livestock, an official said.
KABUL (PAN): The Ministries of Finance and Agriculture have signed three contracts for
KABUL (PAN): The Ministries of Finance and Agriculture have signed three contracts for agricultural projects worth $37 million (1.8 afghanis), to be executed this year.
KABUL (PAN): Fish-starved Afghanistan, confident of meeting 40 percent of its demand, is trying to be self-sufficient in the next decade, eventually slashing imports.
KUNDUZ CITY (PAN): Governor Muhammad Anwar Jagadlak accompanied by provincial officials, pla
FAIZABAD (PAN): A US-funded canal was inaugurated in the Shahda district of northeastern Badakhshan province on Thursday that would help irrigation.
JALALABAD (PAN): A Danish-funded project worth $15 million would be launched next Afghan year, beginning March 21, to conserve and develop forests in eastern provinces, officials said on Tuesday.
CHARIKAR (PAN): Wheat was distributed to more than 20,000 poor families by the provincial
TALOQAN (PAN): More than 3,000 domestic animals died due to harsh weather conditions over the past three days in northern Takhar province, officials said on Tuesday.