The Ministry of Urban Development and Land – MUDL, as the only land management entity in the country, has surveyed 146,151 jeribs (29,230 hectares) of state-owned land and public properties in southwestern Nimruz province of Afghanistan. The land, surveyed through the State Land Bank, is divided into 55 portions of which; 14,885 jeribs (2,977 hectors) is under state institutions use and rest of 131,266 (26,253 hectors) is yet to be used. However, along with survey, all the collected information is entered into the basic database of the State Land Bank. It is worth mentioning that over the course of nine months, the Ministry of Urban Development and Land has managed to survey and register over 2,571,976 jeribs (514,395 hectors) land in 28 provinces of the country.


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