KP Govt Decides Launch Poverty Alleviation Project
Peshawar: The govt of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), based on its lately launched "Ehsaaas" pilot initiative, has chosen to initiate for the province a poverty alleviation and welfare program. This project will address the centre's concerns pertaining to the duplication of resources (and for the province to finance the initiative out of its own accord).
Dr Sania Nishtar told the KP CM Mahmood Khan of a welfare system during the conference that was conducted in Peshawar on Tuesday. She is a Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Protection and Poverty Alleviation.
The project was intended to address four pillars, explaining the main elements of the program: the establishment of safety net for poor sections of the community; resource security against exploitation by the elite; creating new jobs and providing the promotion of the growth of Human Capital.
The officials involved have been responsible for compiling new poverty statistics to promote this measure, she added.
The KP Chief Minister responded by saying his govt wants to promote social welfare initiatives of the centre and to build up its own system for the province to use its own resources to initiate such type of projects.
In May, Sindh govt also have projected such type of steps for poverty alleviation and rural development
In Thatta, Sujawal, Badin and Tharparkar, a media outlet stated, the Sindh govt has assigned PKR 500 million in funding for rural hubs.
For this initiative to reduce poverty and rural development, the provincial govt has worked with the European Union (EU). The EU finances the project in the context of its Sindh Union Council and SUCCESS Programe.
In a recent effort to participate important stakeholders, the interested officials have organized a workshop on the programe. A pilot rural development center will be established in Sujawal district by the govt.
The center for rural development is a part of a collection of settlements that provide products and facilities both for their people and the neighboring regions. This strategy results in small unit costs and large-scale savings.
As a consequence of ongoing commitment, dialog and debate among diverse stakeholders recognized during the initial phase, poverty alleviation has been created.