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Responding to beneficiary needs and addressing regional development requirements, such as the construction of bridges over the Pyanj (Amu Darya) River and cross-border markets built by EU, as well as other donors and partners, infrastructure projects were built by BOMNAF, each consisting of office and accommodation space, kitchen and dining rooms, bathrooms, showers, storage rooms and all other essential facilities. The buildings are all provided with water and electricity supply. Please see map.

Update on Construction of Border Crossing Point Khohon
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Despite November’s cold weather, fog and rains, UNDP Tajikistan’s EU-BOMNAF project continues with construction of a new Border Crossing Point (BCP) at Khohon, on the Southern side of the Afghanistan-Tajikistan international border, as planned on the bank of The Amu … Read More

EU-BOMNAF to Construct a New Border Crossing Point at Khohon.
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Living in geographic isolation for years, borderlands inhabitants of the Khohon region, on Afghanistan’s northern border with Tajikistan, now get their groceries and supplies, transiting from Kunduz, via Tajikistan’s territory and across the new AKDN-PATRIP bridge at Shurabod. A new … Read More

Another EU-BOMNAF Construction Facility Close to Completion
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UNDP’s EU-BOMNAF Project building activities on a new headquarters for the Afghan Border Police Battalion at Chasmai Tut, in Khohon district, on Afghanistan’s Northern border are close to completion and this week a monitoring and evaluation mission from BOMNAF went … Read More

Border Bridges
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Fascinated by bridges? Then look at this gallery showing the different Border Crossing Point bridges along the river Panj that connect Tajikistan and Afghanistan. Photos: Freya Morales / EU-BOMNAF 2015 © All rights reserved

Infrastructure projects constructed and equipped as at 28 November 2014
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Responding to beneficiary needs and addressing regional development requirements, such as the construction of bridges over the Amu Darya River and cross-border markets built by EU, as well as other donors and partners, the table below shows infrastructure projects already … Read More