The Pakistan Community Support Project (PCSP) technical reviews, according to a June 19 news source, are complete. The review process included outings and discussions about the project’s progress.
The Project Implementation Units and the PCSP Project Management Unit conducted a week-long schedule of meetings and talks with the World Bank group under the direction of Project Director Shakeel Ahmed.
The delegation visited the finished community infrastructure projects in the Landi Kotal, Badaber, and Jalozai target regions. In addition, they had the chance to communicate with the people who benefited from these development programmes, as stated.
The technical review got underway with a thorough update on the PCSP’s development, considering every project component. The 165 approved community infrastructure sub-projects are also moving along quickly. With the completion of 50 of them throughout the three PCSP districts.
PKR 1,372 million will be spent on these approved community infrastructure sub-projects, anticipated to benefit 548,752 residents of the project’s target districts. The remaining 165 sub-projects are anticipated to be finished by September 2023. While the remaining 83 are projected to be finished by the end of June 2023.
The World Bank crew visited several well-carried-out initiatives during the technical review mission’s field component, including government-run primary schools for girls and basic health facilities in Badaber, Peshawar, and Landi Kotal, Khyber. Jalozai, Nowshera also examined community infrastructure projects, including farm-to-market routes, paved streets, and water delivery systems.
The conclusion of the technical assessments emphasises the advancements and successes of the Pakistan Community Support Project. It will bring about good change and aid in developing the targeted communities.