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KFW Delegation "Germany" visited SRSP's projects

KFW Delegation (Germany) visited Pakistan to oversee development programs financed by KFW in KP and FATA. The delegation first visited district Shangla where SRSP is implementing (LACIP-II PPAF) project. The delegation met with activists of Local Support Organization (LSO). They also had a meeting with Assistant Commissioner and District Nazim Shangla. 

On another occasion the delegation along with European Union (EU) representative participated in a stakeholder’s workshop on, “Aid to Uprooted People in Pakistan” which is EU funded programme in FATA. Secretary Social Sector and Development (FATA) chaired the workshop. Important stakeholders included Directorate of Projects, Directorate of M&D, Directorate of health and education, Additional Secretary Law & Order FATA secretariat, European Union, GIZ and UNDP.

The delegation also visited District Mansehra to see the recently re-constructed Govt. Primary and Middle Schools under UNHCR-RAHA program implemented by SRSP, financed by the KFW. District Education Officer Mansehra welcomed and briefed the guest on the achievements of the program, in particular, while generally elaborated current and future endeavors of education department.



Meeting with Assistant Commissioner, District Shangla. (LACIP-II PPAF project)

Group photo with local support organization (LSO) members in District Shangla. (LACIP-II PPAF project)

The school reconstructed/rehabilitated by SRSP under RAHA Programme, District Manshera. (UNHCR-RAHA program)

The delegation visited the Schools reconstructed/rehabilitated by SRSP in District Manshera. (UNHCR-RAHA program)

Stakeholder’s workshop on, “Aid to Uprooted People in Pakistan” held in Peshawar

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