Tangi Tokhchi Canal

Tangi Tokhchi Canal located in Bihsud District with a command area of 1,100 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 15 kilometers with 8 kilometers of secondary canals. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 36345 people in eastern Afghanistan. The Tangi Toghchi canal takes water from the Kunar River upstream of the Kama Bridge. This project started in October 2013 and finished in May 2016.

Shakhdan Canal

Shakhdan Canal, which is located approximately eight kilometers away from the center of Kishm district in Badakhshan Province towards the southwest. This canal is started from Kishm River and its total length is 5.8 kilometers. This canal will irrigate approximately 2,000 hectares of land in northern Afghanistan. The water from this canal is mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various crops, such as wheat corn, rice, vegetables, and fruits. The estimated number of beneficiaries for this project is 8000 people. This project started in January 2014 and finished in March 2016.

Khushka Dara Canal

Khushka Dara Canal, which is located approximately 14 kilometers away from center of Kishm district in Badakhshan Province towards the southwest. This canal is started from Kishm River and its total length is 6.7 kilometers. This canal will irrigate approximately 500 hectares of land in northern Afghanistan. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various crops, such as wheat, corn, rice, vegetables, and fruits. The estimated number of beneficiaries for this project is 2,000 families. This project started in January 2014 and finished in March,2016.

Kangorchi Canal 

Kangorchi Canal, which is located approximate 13 kilometers away from the center of Kishm district in Badakhshan Province towards the southeast. This canal has started from Kishm River and its total length is six kilometers.  This canal will irrigate approximately 600 hectares of land in the northern Afghanistan. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various crops such as wheat, corn, rice, vegetables, and fruits. The approximate number of beneficiaries for this project is 2000 families. This project started in January 2014 and and finished in March, 2016.

Anbar Canal

Anbar Canal, which is located approximately 11 kilometers away from the center of Kishm district in Badakhshan Province towards the southeast. This canal is started from Kishm River and its total length is 18 kilometers. This canal will irrigate approximately 2500 hectares of land in northern Afghanistan. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various crops, such as wheat, corn, rice, vegetables, and fruits. The estimated number of beneficiaries for this project is 7000 Families. This project started in January 2014 and finished in March, 2016.

Dashte Ali canal

This canal with length 4km will irrigate around 600 Hectares’ agricultural land in Kajgardan village of Khash District. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various high value crops. Contract for construction of this canal has been signed on December 2013 and finished in May, 2016.

Upper Dehpara canal

This canal with length 8.5km will irrigate around 900 Hectares’ agricultural land in dehpara Ulya village of Khash District. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various high value crops. The estimated number of beneficiaries for this project is 2170 Families Contract for construction of this canal has been signed on December 2013 and finished in May, 2016.

Lower Dehpara canal

This canal with length 7.5km will irrigate around 650 Hectares’ agricultural land in dehpara Supla village of Khash District. The water of this canal mainly irrigates fertile lands that are growing various high value crops. The estimated number of beneficiaries for this project is 2170 Families Contract for construction of this canal has been signed on December 2013 and finished in May, 2016.

Mahigir and Southern Canal networks Canal

Mahgir and Sothern Canal networks located in Charikar and Bagrami District of Parwan Province with a command area of 20486 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 100.2 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 35807 families. This project started in October 2016 and will be finished in August 2018.

Khorwayala Canal

Khorwyal Canal located in Matun District of Khost Province with a command area of 850 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 8 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 2400 families. This project started in October 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Soni Srak Canal

Sonisrak Canal located in Mandozai District of Khost Province with a command area of 350 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 2 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 600 families. This project started in October 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Painda Khail Canal

Paindakhel Canal located in Mandozai District of Khost Province with a command area of 350 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 4.5 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 1350 families. This project started in October 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Barkhankhail Canal

Barkhankhai Canal located in Mandozai District of Khost Province with a command area of 1050 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 3.5 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 1000 families. This project started in October 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Pattaw Canal

Pattaw Canal located in Dhand District of Kandahar Province with a command area of 2369 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 12 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 3500 families. This project started in October 2017and finished in August 2018.

Nahr-e-Nasrullah Canal

Nahr-e-Nasrullah Canal located in Daman District of Kandahar Province with a command area of 3000 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 10 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 500 families. This project started in December 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Mahajir Qeshlaq Canal

Mahajir Qeshlaq Canal located in Bangi District of Takhar Province with a command area of 315 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 8 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 2000 families. This project started in October 2017and will be finished in August 2018.

Band-d-Zangir Canal

Band-d-Zangir Canal located in Paghman District of Kabul Province with a command area of 238 hectares. The total length of the main canals is 3 kilometers. It is estimated that this canal can potentially benefit 5000 families. This project started in January 2018 and will be finished in August 2018.