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Development in Complexity Workshop

SRSP, UNDP, and UNICEF have partnered to deliver a large-scale European Union funded project, which focuses on social cohesion and improving access to education in FATA. A two days Orientation Workshop was organized to plan activities. Sessions were delivered by management including the CEO SRSP who described ‘Development in Complexity’. The project will be delivered in collaboration with the Government of Pakistan represented by FATA Secretariat.
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