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Meeting with Prime Minister of Pakistan

Chairman RSPN Mr Shoaib Sultan Khan and CEOs of SRSP, NRSP, BRSP, SRSO, RSPN and GM AKRSP yesterday called on the Prime Minster of Pakistan Mr Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Chairman RSPN briefed the prime minister about the functions and working of RSPN that helps the poor break off shackles of poverty through fostering a three-tier social mobilisation network. PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi appreciated the efforts of RSPN and its contributions towards poverty alleviation in various parts of the country.

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Advance Automotive Mechanic Training in Nowshera

30 youth receive 45 days training on advanced automotive mechanic in Nowshera. The training was organized by SRSP’s technical and vocational center in Nowshera for the first time. Participants appreciated mobile training unit facility and were obliged for arranging such advanced level training at their door step. Closing ceremony was attended by Assistant Commissioner Nowshera. The activity is funded by the Government of Australia (DFAT). 


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45 days training on advanced automotive mechanic in Nowshera

Thirty youth receive 45 days training on advanced automotive mechanic in Nowshera. The training was organized by SRSP’s technical and vocational center in Nowshera for the first time. Participants appreciated mobile training unit facility and were obliged for arranging such advanced level training at their door step. Closing ceremony was attended by Assistant Commissioner Nowshera. The activity is funded by the Government of Australia (DFAT).







Three Solar Power Tubewells inaugurated in District Nowshera

District Nazim Nowshera inaugurates 3 solar powered tube wells in Walai village, district Nowshera. 
The scheme is irrigating 403 canals of land benefiting over 250 households of the village. The need was identified by the Marigold cultivators. The value chain interventions have created income generating opportunities for women entrepreneurs. Women make flower garlands and sell them in local market. The total cost of the project is PKR 5.1 million in which community share is PKR 1.26 million. The initiative was taken under Women Economic Empowerment and Market Development project funded by the Government of Australia through DFAT and implemented by SRSP. 







Creating Market Opportunities for Women of FATA

Handmade embroidery made by women of South Waziristan Agency was displayed in a national level exhibition held in Islamabad. The basic idea was to promote and encourage the skilled women and their local handmade embroidery work at national level. It was also an opportunity to create market linkages with costumers and buyers.
These women were trained by SRSP under a four years project funded by the Government of Germany and financed by KfW to support Reintegration and Rehabilitation for Temporarily Displaced Persons (TDPs) in FATA. 



Microhydro Projects in District Shangla

SRSP has completed Two micro hydro power projects under European Union funded PEACE Programme in union council Alpuri of District Shangla.  These power houses benefit more than 370 households in both villages of Bar Kalay and Kuz Kalay. Besides the local communities the inaugural ceremony was attended by Commissioner Malakand Division. The Total cost of the project is PKR: 5,416,506 in which EU share is PKR: 4,849,322 and community share is PKR: 567,182.

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700 KW electricity production MHP in Ayun Valley Chitral

Ayun, a gateway to Kalash Valley. 700 KW electricity production illuminates the valley.
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