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Partners meeting on EQ and FloodsDec 10, 2015The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa convened an international partners’ dialogue to seek collaboration on the early recovery frameworks for areas affected by the October earthquake and flooding in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province. The framework was developed with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and presented at a workshop hosted by the KP Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) and UNDP. The frameworks were presented by Mr Amer Afaq, the Director General of PDMA’s Provincial Reconstruction, Rehabilitation & Settlement Authority. The chief guest was Mr Pervez Khattak, Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
- "I am Shukria Syed, from Kohat district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. I'm currently working with UNDP #Pakistan as a Community Engagement coordinator for the FATA Recovery Project. We are supporting the government of Pakistan with the sustainable return and rehabilitation strategy for FATA in five areas: rehabilitation of Infrastructure; social cohesion & peace building; improving livelihoods; strengthening law and order and expanding government service delivery. FATA Recovery programme is the flagship project of UNDP Pakistan not only because of its portfolio but also being the most challenging in terms of accessibility. I have been working for the uplift of affected and marginalized communities in the conflict affected areas of KP and FATA for almost 18 years. I have seen great potential in our communities, especially in women communities and I am hopeful we will bring a visible change through community engagement in FATA in the coming years. I am motivated to work for the conflict affected communities of FATA and strongly believe that we will rebuild FATA again for a better and prosperous future of our youth." #FacesofUNDP United Nations Development Programme - UNDP 21 minutes ago
- Telenor Pakistan and UNDP jointly pursue development goals in #Pakistan. Building on its efforts to empower Pakistani #youth, Telenor Pakistan and the Royal Norwegian Embassy/Government of Norway have jointly inaugurated the second community center in Dera Ismail Khan. Part of the comprehensive UNDP Youth and Social Cohesion project, the joint inauguration was followed by the signing of a MoU between UNDP and Telenor Pakistan which sets the framework for both partners to cooperatively pursue convergent development goals in Pakistan. Tore Nedrebø Marc-André Franche Norway Embassy Friday AT 01:30 AM
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