Sindh Flood Emergency Rehabilitation Project

P&DD Component, Government of Sindh

Phone: 021- 34166274

House#D1,Street-1, Block-3 Clifton, Karachi

Cash for Work

"Two Billion and counting: Cash for Work program continues to support livelihoods and drive economic growth."
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Shaheed Benazirabad

Project Director Mr. Ghulam Asghar Kanasro, accompanied by a delegation from the World Bank, conducted a visit to review the progress of rehabilitation work at District Shaheed Benazirabad .During the visit, the team inspected water supply scheme at village Gojar wah , Tehsil Daur and village Rehmanabad, Tehsil bandhi of Shaheed Benazirabad Distt.
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HYDERABAD

RECONDITIONING OF ROAD FROM SHEIKH BHIRKIO ROAD TO VILLAGE YARO RIND ROAD
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Karachi SFERP/PIU Office: May 29/30, 2024

World Bank Implementation Support Mission reviews SFERP ( P&DD Component ) activities in Karachi.
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Karachi SFERP/PIU Office: February 26, 2024

Briefing on Water Supply and Drainage
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Karachi Marriott Hotel: February 26, 2024

Consultative meeting to prevent Karachi from urban flooding held the consultative process for addressing the problem of flooding, due to rains, in Karachi has initiated and a meeting of all stake holders in this connection was held here in Karachi to find out a solution on permanent basis.
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Jamshoro & Thatta:

Rehabilitation (Resilient) of flood damaged roads are underway to improve access of key services (health facilities, schools, markets and urban regions) for flood affected communities.
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Karachi: January 11, 2024

Consultative Meeting between the Director General of the Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) and the Sindh Flood Emergency Rehabilitation Project Team to discuss the effective implementation of safeguards in project activities. During the meeting some innovative ideas were discussed regarding potential collaboration between SFERP and EPA for the adaptation of climate change measures through community participation.
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Project Development Objectives

Rehabilitate damaged infrastructure and provide short-term livelihood opportunities in selected areas of Sindh province affected by the 2022 floods.

Strengthen the Government of Sindh's capacity to respond to the impacts of climate change and natural hazards.

Project Development Objectives

Infrastructure Rehabilitation

This Component aims to enhance physical resilience through the restoration, rehabilitation, and improvement of water supply schemes, roads, and allied infrastructure in flood-affected areas.

Institutional Strengthening for Resilience & Technical Assistant

1 - Expansion of Sindh Emergency Rescue Services
2- Enhancing Preparedness for Floods.

Livelihoods Support

This component will support livelihoods by carrying out of a ‘cash for work’ program for communities across affected villages with the assistance a of a Social Mobilization Partner (SMP).

Infrastructure Rehabilitation

This Component aims to enhance physical resilience through the restoration, rehabilitation, and improvement of water supply schemes, roads, and allied infrastructure in flood-affected areas.

Institutional Strengthening for Resilience & Technical Assistant

1 - Expansion of Sindh Emergency Rescue Services
2- Enhancing Preparedness for Floods.

Livelihoods Support

This component will support livelihoods by carrying out of a ‘cash for work’ program for communities across affected villages with the assistance a of a Social Mobilization Partner (SMP).

Livelihood Restoration (CWF Program)

139.02

(Total Beneficiaries 139,020)

76850

Total Completed Male and Female Beneficiaries

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