Afghanistan Is Building Asia’s Largest Artificial River In The Desert
By The Impossible Build
Afghanistan is trying to tackle it’s water problem by building Asia’s largest artificial river in the desert. This gigantic mega project is already under and costs a staggering $500 million dollars. Why is Afghanistan trying to build this giant artificial river mega project, what will they use it for and how exactly are they going to build it? Today we look at the insane engineering behind the project and if it will actually work.
Here’s what others had to say:
I am glad to know that Afghanistan has been successful in doing this megaproject so far considering how tiny the budget is. I hope they will be successful in other future projects as well.
I am from Afghanistan and it makes me so happy to see everyone from different parts of the world, write such positive comments about my country. Thank you
I was in Qosh Tepa Canal a month ago in Balkh province. They are working day and night to complete it as soon as possible. the public and gov, both have a very special attention to this project. I hope we could see the results soon inshallah.
Thank you for covering this so professionally. Loved the positivity in this video. And thanks to everyone for their kind comments about Afghanistan. It brought tears to my eyes. Im an Afghan and havent seen my country in decades.
Wow! These are the kind of infrastructure which contributes to nation building and bring in hope to humanity. As Indian, I wish peace and prosperity to this land which has undergone too much due to geopolitics!! Good job Afghanistan!!
Lately, I’ve been learning about this massive irrigation project from other YouTube videos as well. Your video explains it further from the engineering side which is very nice. With the amount of effort they’ve been putting in, I have no doubt the project will be completed on time. Quite impressive indeed. Wish the project every success!
As American I’m amazed and rooting for a peaceful and prosperous future for the Afghani people.
My salute to Afghan people for taking up such a big socially beneficial project. Hope this will help them in achieving self Reliance in agriculture.
This is quite common for post war countries if I’m not mistaken. Germany and Japan are both good examples of post war economies. They struggle but because of the skills people learned throughout wartime they manage to pull ahead.
Also Germany and Japan were also both at war with the US, needless to say I’m very excited to see Afghanistans future.
Such mega projects tend to have much bigger positive impact than even anticipated at the beginning. They may give people purpose, and that is priceless.
So glad to see countries doing great projects on their own without the ‘assistance’ from either the west orrr the east.. hopefully this will bring prosperity & a solid livelihood for the farmers & everyone living there!
While the leaders of my country are busy destroying the environment by filling up the canals and killing the rivers, I admire how Afghanistan is building an artificial river with its own funds and talents. It is a remarkable feat of engineering and resilience. I wish I could see such a positive change in my own land.
Just got back from Afghanistan. The new government is building highways, cutting the through the mountains. I saw hundreds of truck carrying goods to the northern states snd vise versa. Visiting after 44 years, I was happy to see this.
It is a brilliant piece of engineering, efficient management of project and lastly corruption free work ethic. Hard working Afghans have become an example for the world in putting a simplistic solution for a complex chronic problems. Well done Afghans. Your well wisher from Bharat.