Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Misbahuddin Mustain, the head of information and public awareness of the Ministry of Immigrants and Returnees of the Islamic Emirate, said in an interview with the reporter of AVA that the officials of the Norwegian Committee in Afghanistan have submitted their new projects in the agriculture sector to Mawlavi, the Ottoman Chancellor. Minister of Agriculture and Livestock of the Ministry of Agriculture has presented.
The head of information and public awareness of the Ministry of Agriculture added that the officials of the Norwegian Committee, during the meeting with the Ottoman chancellor Molvi, provided information about their new projects in the agriculture sector and activities such as; They pledged to build two check dams and build 10 cold houses in 10 provinces of the country.
According to Misbahuddin Mustain, these projects are implemented through the Norwegian Committee for the purpose of food security, reducing the risks of natural disasters and providing vocational training.
This official of the Ministry of Agriculture pointed out that with the implementation of these projects, about 50,000 people will benefit directly and 150,000 farmers indirectly, and also with the implementation of these projects, seeds will be distributed to 3,000 farmers.
According to him, during this meeting, the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock of the Ministry of Agriculture emphasized the implementation of infrastructure and sustainable projects in Afghanistan.
Mr. Mustain added that the deputy minister said in this meeting: "In the situation we are in, most of the short-term and less effective projects are implemented by long-term institutions that cannot solve people's problems, and our request is that most of the institutions Implementation of infrastructure and sustainable projects for farmers and farmers of the country, and the projects will come out of emergency situations and start implementation of development projects.
Earlier, the Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock of the Islamic Emirate expressed dissatisfaction with the non-cooperation of aid organizations in replacing drug cultivation with Afghan farmers.