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In accordance with the Decree 36 of the presidential office of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in view of national politics and strategy of the country during 1398, the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority (NWARA) has been established from one existing ministry: Ministry of Energy and Water The Government of Afghanistan has identified the rehabilitation and expansion of the country's physical infrastructure as one of its highest priorities for the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan. As part of the basic economic infrastructure of the country, the water sector occupies special prominence in the Government's development plans. Several major Water sector projects, funded by the National Development Budget and by international financial institutions and donors, are presently under implementation and planning under the general oversight of the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority (NWARA). Given the technical complexity of the Water sector and the particular de

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  • National Water Affairs Regulation Authority
    Afghanistan
    Jul 18, 2020

    General Scope of the job

    • Natonal Water Affairs Regulation Authority will have a numerous Dams ,Pre-feasibility studies, feasibility studies and several detailed design and construction of dam’s project in the Year (1399). The above mentioned projects will be awarded to national and international competent companies.
    • The companies will submit the studies reports, design packages and construction submittals to the ministry of energy and water for review; to c...

  • National Water Affairs Regulation Authority
    Afghanistan
    Jul 18, 2020

    General Scope of the job

    • National water Affairs Regulation Authority (NWARA) will have a numerous Dams feasibility studies projects and several detailed design and construction of dam’s project in the Year (1399). The above mentioned projects will be awarded to national and international competent companies.
    • The companies will submit the studies reports, design packages and construction submittals to the ministry of energy and water for review; to cond...

  • National Water Affairs Regulation Authority
    Afghanistan
    Jul 18, 2020

    Kajaki Dam was initially planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction provided water storage for irrigation in the Helmand Valley and was completed in 1953. The initial phase powerhouse had a total installed capacity of 51.5 MW, consisting of two units of 16.5 MW and of 18.5 MW installed by USAID in 1975, along with 110 kV transmission line and substations that distributed the generated energy to the region. The installation of the third turbine rated at 18.5 MW was only c...

  • The Kajaki Dam is located on the Helmand River at latitude 32° 19' 20″ North, longitude 65° 07' 10″ East; (32.323N, 65.119E), in Kajaki District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan about 90 km northwest of Kandahar. The dam is considered a high priority for ensuring adequacy of water resources for irrigation development and Power generation in the target area.

    Kajaki Dam was originally planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction was to provide water storage for irrigatin...

  • The Kajaki Dam is located on the Helmand River at latitude 32° 19' 20″ North, longitude 65° 07' 10″ East; (32.323N, 65.119E), in Kajaki District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan about 90 km northwest of Kandahar. The dam is considered a high priority for ensuring adequacy of water resources for irrigation development and Power generation in the target area.

    Kajaki Dam was originally planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction was to provide water storage for irrigatin...

  • Project Background:

    The Kajaki Dam is located on the Helmand River at latitude 32° 19' 20″ North, longitude 65° 07' 10″ East; (32.323N, 65.119E), in Kajaki District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan about 90 km northwest of Kandahar. The dam is considered a high priority for ensuring adequacy of water resources for irrigation development and Power generation in the target area.

    Kajaki Dam was originally planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction...

  • The Kajaki Dam is located on the Helmand River at latitude 32° 19' 20″ North, longitude 65° 07' 10″ East; (32.323N, 65.119E), in Kajaki District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan about 90 km northwest of Kandahar. The dam is considered a high priority for ensuring adequacy of water resources for irrigation development and Power generation in the target area.

    Kajaki Dam was originally planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction was to provide water storage for irrigatin...

  • The Kajaki Dam is located on the Helmand River at latitude 32° 19' 20″ North, longitude 65° 07' 10″ East; (32.323N, 65.119E), in Kajaki District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan about 90 km northwest of Kandahar. The dam is considered a high priority for ensuring adequacy of water resources for irrigation development and Power generation in the target area.

    Kajaki Dam was originally planned to be built in phases. The initial phase of construction was to provide water storage for irrigatin...