35 percent Completion of the first 1000 bed hospital in the east of country
Reporter: Sayed Mujtaba Sadat
The OSCE Office of Operations and Support for the Presidential Administration has announced the construction of the first 1000-bed hospital in Afghanistan.
In the newsletter, the Office of Operations and Support for National Development, the presidential administration has written: The healthcare complex will begin with one thousand beds in the following sections, which will have 600 beds of 200 beds, 150 beds for disabled people and 40 TB beds.
The newsletter also states that the healthcare complex is being built in Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar Province, and has now been working on the 35 percent hospital. The construction of this complex is planned to be built in 200 acres of land in Nangarhar province, and its work began in 1397.