Support to Returnees & their Communities in Tribal Districts
The project is funded by UNDP & UNICEF with an aim to improve local capacities and education in tribal districts of North Waziristan, Khyber, Kurram and Orakzai. Some of the key achievements comprised rehabilitation in 280 local schools including 280 pre-fab structures, installation of tents, provision of WASH facilities, constituting Taleemi Islahi Jirgas and developing capacities of 1,000 teachers to overall benefit 67,000 children.
Economic Revitalization Programme (FERP)
The project is funded by UNDP aiming at improving local livelihoods through initiation of community infrastructure schemes, delivering technical & employable skills training & improving business management skills in North & South Waziristan. The project will benefit at-least 30,000 members in target areas.
The project is funded by RSPN and BISP with an aim to improve enrollment/retention of children of BISP beneficiaries in Tribal district Mohmand and DI Khan and Dir (Upper). So far the project has been able to initiate activities in 2,552 schools to benefit 303,000 children
DRR & Emergency preparedness in Schools of KP
The project is funded by UNICEF to initiate DRR & emergency preparedness activities in 262 schools of Swat, Buner and Mansehra to benefit over 50,000 children. Some of the major interventions comprised enhancing interaction between school parents and education department and creating mass awareness regarding safer schools. Hazard assessment in all 262 schools have been completed followed by formation of 262 disaster management committees.
KP Education Sector Project
The project is funded by Adam Smith Intl. to initiate activities in selected 4 districts of Malakand Division, Kohistan, Haripur, Battgram, Torghar, Bannu and Charsadda. The project aims to provide comprehensive, flexible, quality technical assistance at multiple levels for improving education in targeted districts of KP. Expected benefits include increased learning outcomes, enrollment and retention.
Transition & Recovery Programme & Joint Partnershi
These two projects are funded by UNDP initiate livelihood improvement activities in North Waziristan. The project has initiated 110 small scale infrastructure schemes, mobilized communities, & provided support to community members for improving livelihoods. The project aims to benefit 50,000 community members.
Recovery & Community Engagement Programme
The project is funded by UNDP initiate livelihood improvement activities in South Waziristan, Khyber & Kurram. The project has initiated small scale infrastructure schemes, mobilized communities, & delivered Business Management Skills Trainings to benefit 15,000 members.