The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) announced the implementation of cash-for-work projects in Bamyan province on Thursday, September 7, in a newsletter on its X social network.
In this newsletter, it is stated that this project is implemented by Watan’s Social Technical Services Association in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Korea and UNHCR.
This UN agency added that the implementation of these projects will provide important assistance to thousands of people, including returnees, displaced people, and residents of this province. It will also help to improve infrastructure, including repairing roads and cleaning canals in six cities.
Since the unemployment rate has increased in Afghanistan, the implementation of such projects has a significant impact on employment generation and family income, so that the people’s and society’s economies will improve to some extent.