Post merger reforms in tribal districts discussed


In an effort for smooth implementation of the post-merger reforms in tribal districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, GIZ Pakistan in collaboration with the Local Governance School (LGS) and the Local Government, Elections and Rural Development Department (LGE&RDD) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), organized three trainings (3-day each) workshops on the Tehsil Planning, Development, Budget, Accounts & Local Government System for staff and officers of the devolved offices from North and South Waziristan, Khyber, Kurram and Orakzai districts of the KP in Peshawar.

These training workshops were part of the post-merger reforms initiatives to equip the officers and staff of the devolved offices to gain necessary knowledge, skills, and expertise for setting up the new local government system in the merged areas and to provide public with efficient services delivery.

Those received the trainings were included but not limited to officers and staff from the elementary and secondary education, social welfare, sports, and youth affairs, agricultural (extension, livestock, OFWM, soil conservation, fisheries), population welfare, municipal services- water and sanitation, rural development, public health engineering, finance and planning and tehsil administration.


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