The project in the Wakil Jangle locality will improve irrigation water distribution and prevent water wastage, while giving access to 1,800 households to clean drinking water.
Despite the cold weather, farmers have started growing produce such as cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and okra in the 82 new greenhouses.
As part of the effort to help farmers plant dates and develop their orchards, the United Nations Development Programme built solar-powered irrigation systems worth about $2,000 each.
Built on the Arghistan river, the dam directly benefits more than 300 households in 10 villages, and makes previously useless dry land arable.
Almost 1,000 families in Herat received 47,700 AFN in cash assistance and are now able to pay for essentials such as rent, food and fuel.
The project, which cost $91,000 (8.1 million AFN) to complete, was completed in six months and handed over to beneficiaries on January 23.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has provided 47,700 AFN ($530) in cash aid to about 500 impoverished families in Kandahar and the surrounding area.
A growing body of evidence shows that China is extracting Afghanistan's natural resources through illegal workarounds, bribery and smuggling.
Japan and the International Organisation for Migration funded four key developmental projects in Samangan to help mitigate flood dangers and provide irrigation canals.
The benefits of rehabilitating rural roads are twofold: addressing commuting and accessibility problems and putting much needed food on families' tables.