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Prefabricated schools in Khyber Agency FATA

The Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA, Engr. Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, and Ambassadors for European Union in Pakistan, Jean –Francois Cautain, inaugurated Pre-Fabricated School building at Government High School Hisara, enrolling 448 boys, in Khyber Agency under “Support to Returnees and Their Communities in FATA” Project. The delegates also visited GGPS Kalanga, which has an enrollment of 538 students. 
The project will improve 450 schools that will benefit 45,000 children in 4 agencies of FATA.
.Beside the local communities the event was attended by Additional Chief Secretary FATA, Country Director UNDP, Deputy Country Representative UNICEF, DG Directorate of Projects FATA, Secretary Education FATA, Education Directorate FATA, Political Administration Khyber Agency, and SRSP’s BoD and management.









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