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North Waziristan Irrigation & Link Road

Village MG Zarit, with about 80 Households (600 individuals) mobilized collective action to implement critical infrastructure schemes. Funding assistance from UNDP under FATA recovery project and WFP funded Food for Asset/Training project has enabled SRSP to facilitate holistic support to communities. Photographs depict their stories. The irrigation channels irrigates 750 kanals of agriculture land completed under WFP funded Food for Asset/Training project. 1400 feet lengthy under construction Link Road will improve access for 80 HH (600 individuals) initiated under UNDP funded FATA Recovery Project.
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