25 Oct. 2008
PR# 2008-559

New clinic opens in Kabul

Haji Mohammad Mohaqeq, chief of Religious and Educational Commission of Afghan Parliament; and Colonel Andrea Mulciri, the commander of the Italian contingent, cut the ceremonial ribbon for a new clinic in Police District 13 here Oct. 18.

KABUL, Afghanistan — A new clinic opened in Shahrak-e-Dwazdah Imam, Kabul, Oct. 18.

ISAF’s Italian contingent built the $75,000 project, which is part of the civil-military activities aimed at improving the health system in Kabul’s Police District 13.

The new clinic will allow the medical and paramedical staff of the Cooperation for Afghan Future Organization (CFAFO) to operate more conveniently for the benefit of the people of PD 13, in particular, Shahrak-e-Dwazdah Imam village.                                                                                       

Haji Mohammad Mohaqeq, chief of the Religious and Educational Commission of Afghan Parliament; and Colonel Andrea Mulciri, the commander of the Italian contingent, cut the ceremonial ribbon. The head of the shura and the religious leaders of the PD 13 communities also attended the ceremony.

Local leaders expressed their deep gratitude to ISAF and highlighted the fact that the successful opening of new wells, roads, schools and bridges has re-established the community in Kabul province.

Contact Information ISAF Public Affairs Office
Tel: +93 (0)799 51 1155 - Mobile: 0093 (0) 799 55 8291 pressoffice@hq.isaf.nato.int - www.nato.int/isaf/