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UN Mission including UNDP, EU, UNICEF, FAO, DFID, DEVCO & SDC in South Waziristan Agency

A UN Mission including UNDP, EU, UNICEF, FAO, DFID, DEVCO and SDC was in South Waziristan Agency, yesterday. The mission was on a visit to various schemes supported with funds from their agencies. The visit included two sites, where SRSP as an implementing partner had conducted interventions. This included food distribution point under the WFP funded project where the delegation was briefed regarding the mechanism of the project. The mission visited Government Middle School Fateh Sher Kot Ghurlama, where SRSP had rehabilitated school infrastructure under UNDP funded FATA Recovery Programme. Community Members presented their work to the mission. The mission acknowledged SRSP’s efforts in the development of the area.






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