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Turkish Charity constructs ’25-house settlement’ for Herat Quake victims

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati
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The Taliban office in Herat has announced the construction of a 25-house settlement in the Zindajan district of Herat province.

According to the Taliban office, this settlement has been built by a Turkish charity organization called “Adif” in the village of “Azghalac” and has been distributed to the residents, as reported by Afghanistan International.

According to a statement from the Taliban office in Herat, the construction of this settlement took two months.

It has been mentioned that the charity organization responsible for building this settlement has also provided household items along with the keys to the houses to the people.

There is no information provided in the statement regarding the cost of constructing these houses.

Zindajan district in Herat province suffered extensive destruction due to consecutive earthquakes earlier this year, resulting in the loss of approximately 2,500 lives.

Meanwhile, in Herat, earthquake victims are enduring dire conditions as they face a harsh winter. International organizations report that many of these victims continue to live in substandard conditions without necessities and amenities. The situation remains challenging for those affected by the disaster.

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