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Clark School to Work with Afghan Ministry of Public Works

Clark School to Work with Afghan Ministry of Public Works


The Clark School has entered into a collaboration with the Afghanistan Ministry of Public Works in the areas of transportation research, education and best practices.

Department of Civil Engineering Chair Ali Haghani signed a memorandum of understanding along with Najibullan Aoudjan, Afghan minister of public works, covering these specific areas of collaboration:

  • Improving ways of managing the regions' highways
  • Sharing experience in transportation research
  • Information exchange on providing safe driving conditions
  • Sharing best practices.

Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Director Tom Jacobs will help foster the relationship.

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August 30, 2012


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