The Ministry of Urban Development and Land – MUDL, through the State Land Bank, has surveyed 194,284 jeribs (38,856 hectares) of state-owned land and public properties in Kabul province of Afghanistan. The surveyed land is divided into 161 portions of which; 300 jeribs (60 hectors) is under state institutions use and the remaining 193,984 jeribs (38796 hectors) is yet to be used. Moreover, the survey land is situated in different districts of the province and MUDL has entered the collected informational into the basic database of the State Land Bank. The State Land Bank, an initiative of the Ministry of Urban Development and Land, was established on the basis of article number 11 and 12 of the Land Management Law aimed at registering state-owned land and public properties under state institutions use across Afghanistan.


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