For the first time, the Waygal district is connected to the capital of Nuristan

23 July 2017

Two road construction projects were contracted by the Regional Coordination Office of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) in the Parun capital of Nuristan and Waigal District of this province.  With The implementation of these projects for the first time Waygal district of Nuristan province will be connected to the capital of Nuristan province. These projects will be launched on the Waygal districts of Nuristan province.
The projects include the construction of about 4 km road.  The contract was signed with two development councils at the Nuristan Governor's Office.
The first part of the road is 2.28 kilometers, which starts from the village of Chatteras and continues to Hamshows at a cost of 11 million and 331 thousand and 963 AFN. The second project, which includes the second part of the road, include the construction of 1.64 Km which completes the rest of the Waygal- Nuristan road at a cost of 11 million and 750 thousand and 601 AFN. The total cost of these projects is 23 million and 82thousand and 664 AFN, which is paid by the development budget of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. According to local resources the construction of this four kilometer road, which for the first time, connects Waigel district to Parun, capital of Nuristan province, it also shortens the distance between the Waigel district and Parun capital of Nuristan province to 90 km. By constructing these roads, the major problems of the residents of waygal district and capital of Nuristan will be greatly resolved. The construction of these projects will end within eight months.  Implementation of these projects generates hundreds working days for residents of the waygal district and capital of Nuristan province. Residents of the Waigal and Parun district of Nuristan province express their gratitude for these projects and demanded the implementation of such other projects by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) in their province.