Assets distributed among poor


Staff Reporter


On account of International Day for Eradication of Poverty, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) organized asset distribution ceremony in Shangla and Lakki Marwat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under the second phase of Livelihood Support & Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure Program (LACIP).
The LACIP project which has been financed by the Federal Republic of Germany through KfW and implemented via Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) & its partner organizations i.e. Sarhad Rural Support Program (SRSP) and SABAWON, targets the underprivileged population of Buner, Shangla and Lakki Marwat. It will benefit around 160,000 people through infrastructure development, asset transfer and by building linkages with local governments.
In Shangla asset distribution ceremonies were held at two different locations. In Union Council Shung asset transfer ceremony was chaired by Mr. Khurram Rehman Jadoon, Assistant Commissioner Besham. He distributed 20 assets amongst men from UC Malak Khel. Mr. Khurram Rehman Jadoon, Assistant Commissioner Besham appreciated the sincere efforts of PPAF towards poverty eradication. ‘Projects such as these can improve access to economic opportunities for the poor, enabling them to forge a better future themselves. The efforts of PPAF and KfW are truly commendable in this regard.’
In another ceremony in UC Shung the Chief Guest for asset distribution ceremony was Mr. Wajid Ali Khan-Assistant Commissioner, Alpuri who distributed 25 assets among men from UC Shung. The assets were transferred under different trades that included cloth shop, general store, cold drink shops, garments shops, poultry and vegetables shops and barber shop.
Mr. Wajid Ali Khan, Assistant Commissioner, Alpuri, highlighted the need to implement economic programs for empowering the future generations. ‘If we want to eradicate poverty from Pakistan and empower future generations.

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