The Killid Group, February 26, 2017
"Human and Animals Use Shared Water Sources in Parts of Country"
Farzan added that a finding of AIHRC shows that 52 percent of citizens face challenges accessing clean drinking water
Officials at Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) urged National Unity Government (NUG) to provide citizens with clean drinking water. Abdul Ahmad Farzan, head of the provincial office of the commission in Kabul, said that the government is obliged to supply the nation with clean drinking water. Farzan added that a finding of AIHRC shows that 52 percent of citizens face challenges accessing clean drinking water. He asserted that human and animals use shared water sources in parts of the country. This comes as Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development announced yesterday that 58 percent of citizens have access to clean drinking water. Nasir Ahmad Durrani, minister of rural rehabilitation and development, said that they are trying to provide citizens with clean drinking water through Citizen's Charter Program (CCP).
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