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2010

Feasibility Study on Urgent Water Resources Development and Supply for Kabul Metropolitan Area in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Japan International Cooperation Agency

Titre : Feasibility Study on Urgent Water Resources Development and Supply for Kabul Metropolitan Area in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Country : Afghanistan

Location :
* 1) The Panjshir Fan Aquifer area (around confluence point of the Panjshir and Ghorband Rivers) * 2) The planned site of Gulbahar Dam and its reservoir area ; * 3) The planned site of Salang Dam and its reservoir area ; * 4) Planned sites of conveyance lines from the water sources to Dehsabz new city and Transmission lines inside the Dehsabz new city

Agency (or Institution) Responsible for the Implementation of the Project : Dehsabz City Development Authority (DCDA)

Date : June 2010

Project Description The objectives of the Study are :
1) To prepare the Feasibility Study of Panjshir fan aquifer development
2) To review the Feasibility Study of Gulbahar Dam currently being prepared by Afghan Ministry of Energy and Water (MoEW)
3) To prepare the Pre-Feasibility Study of Salang Dam
4) To review water resources development plan for the Dehsabz new city based on the above (1), (2) and (3)
5) To perform technology transfer to the Afghanistan counterpart personnel in the course of the Study.

Présentation (JICA)

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