U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project engineer Mitchell Thomas inspects work being done at the Herat University Women’s Dormitory Project. Corps officials are overseeing construction of the Commander's Emergency Response Program project that will benefit the large number of women trying to get a higher education after years of being denied under Taliban rule. The three-story dormitory will house 372 students, bunked four to a room. The structure includes locations for study areas and computer labs on each floor. A separate, attached building will house a library with additional study and computer areas. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Bill Dowell/released)
|Date Posted:||03.20.2014 05:03|
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