German donors team visits Chitral to examine different projects — Daily Patriot com | Read all coverage on latest development at border areas

CHITRAL: Aga Khan Rural Support Programme is proposing to support the communities in close to borders areas of Chitral such as Yarkhun-Broghil valley, Garam Chashma, Kalash and Arandu valley.

Under PATRIP (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Regional Integrated program) these areas have tremendous potential for promoting cross border trades and cultural exchange.

Broghil and Kalash festival are some examples of cross border cultural exchange and tourism development potentials.  Facilitated by Aga Khan Foundation Pakistan, Germany based senior officials of KFW and PATRIP Foundation visited the potential project areas such as Yarkhun-Broghil valley and Garam Chashma.

The communities showed deep appreciation for the support of KFW in terms of physical infrastructure projects undertaken (Water supply, bridges and micro-hydro units) by AKRSP through Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF).

The communities also identified a number of projects including link roads, irrigation channels and micro-hydro projects which can help improve the economic conditions in the cross borders areas leading promote cross border trades, eco-tourism and cultural exchange.

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Integrated development programme for border areas of Chitral in the offing —  by Zar Alam Khan on Chitral Today Net

 

KfW, visiting Chitral valley,

CHITRAL, April 26: An integrated development programme is being perceived by the German Federal Cooperation through its Pakistan-Afghanistan and Tajikistan Regional Integration Programme (PATRIP) Foundation KfW by providing community physical infrastructure including roads, trade and tourism promotion facilities in the border areas of Chitral.

A Germany-based delegation of PATRIP Foundation/KfW, visiting Chitral valley, here on Sunday was told by the local residents that three provinces of Afghanistan were heavily dependent on Chitral with special reference to healthcare facilities while roads were indispensable in the borders areas for regional integration.

The team members flew to Shusht village in the Yarkhun valley where the communities identified a number of projects including link roads, irrigation channels and micro-hydro projects which can help improve the economic conditions in the cross borders areas leading promotion of cross border trades, eco-tourism and cultural exchange.

Read full on Chitral Today Net

 

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KFW German team visited Chitral  — by G. H. Farooqui on Ground Report com

KFW team visited Chitral

KFW team visited Chitral

German donors team visited Chitral, examined different projects.

By: Gul Hamaad Farooqi

CHITRAL: Aga Khan Rural Support Programme is proposing to support the communities in close to borders areas of Chitral such as Yarkhun-Broghil valley, Garam Chashma, Kalash and Arandu valley. Under PATRIP (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Regional Integrated program) these areas have tremendous potential for promoting cross border trades and cultural exchange. Broghil and Kalash festival are some examples of cross border cultural exchange and tourism development potentials.  Facilitated by Aga Khan Foundation Pakistan, Germany based senior officials of KFW and PATRIP Foundation visited the potential project areas such as Yarkhun-Broghil valley and Garam Chashma.

Read more on http://groundreport.com/kfw-german-team-visited-chtral/

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Trade, tourism facilities to be set up in Chitral border areas — Dawn com Pakistan

CHITRAL: The German Federal Cooperation through its Pakistan-Afghanistan-Tajikistan Regional Integration Programme (Patrip) Foundation will construct roads and set up trade and tourism promotion facilities in the border areas of Chitral.

A visiting delegation of Patrip Foundation was told here on Sunday by the local people that three provinces of Afghanistan were dependent on Chitral with special reference to health care facilities while roads were indispensable in the border areas for regional integration.

The team members flew to Shusht village near Baroghil where the communities identified a number of projects including link roads, irrigation channels and micro-hydro projects which can help improve the economic conditions in the areas, leading to promotion of cross-border trades, eco-tourism and cultural exchange.

The people in border areas including Yarkhun-Broghil valley, Garam Chashma, Kalash and Arandu valley sought support under the Patrip as those had tremendous potential for promoting cross- border trade and cultural exchange.

 

Read more on http://www.dawn.com/news/1178495/trade-tourism-facilities-to-be-set-up-in-chitral-border-areas

 

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