The project to rebuild Jamhuriat Hospital in Kabul, worth more than four billion Afghani, has begun.
Qalandar Ebad, acting Minister of Public Health, said that they have undertaken the project in order to provide as many resources as possible in the health sector.
“Four billion dollars have been allocated to the project, of which 317 million will be spent on the construction of the hospital, and approximately more than two billion will be used to purchase medical equipment for the hospital,” said the acting Minister of Public Health.
Ebadi said that they are trying to open such projects in other zones of the country.
“God willing, soon the type of hospital will be opened at the level of the (national) zones,” said Ebadi.
Officials of the Jamhuriat Hospital welcomed the opening of the reconstruction work of the hospital and they asked the Islamic Emirate to not delay.
“Our request is that they complete the place for us before the time because the country needs it now for how to provide services,” said Aminullah Moeni, head of the hospital.
We have staff in every department, unfortunately, its quality is such that it cannot cure the pain of the society,” said Najibullah Haqqani, acting minister of communication.
Meanwhile, the officials of the National Development Corporation ensured transparency in the work of the project.
“We assure all our citizens that we will carry out the first part of the project in a good way,” said Abdul Wali Adil, deputy of the National Development Corporation.
At the same time, a charitable institution has activated an oxygen production machine and cafeteria at the Ibn Sina Hospital, projects worth more than one million Afghani, for the purpose of providing facilities in the health sector.