According to the bank website, The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cities Improvement Projects will improve the quality of life of the residents of at least four cities, including Abbottabad, Kohat, Mardan, and Peshawar, directly benefitting about 3.5 million of urban population. The KPCIP will help selected cities improve their access to quality urban services through two interlinked outputs: (i) enhanced municipal infrastructure and public urban spaces, and (ii) strengthened institutional capacities and efficiency of provincial, municipal and city governments and urban service companies. The project readiness financing (PRF) will finance the preparation and engineering design of the KPCIP and possible future pipeline of urban projects in KPK. The PRF will ensure high project readiness of the KPCIP, thereby facilitating the timely and cost-effective achievement of the project outcomes.
Responsible ADB Officer Nakamitsu, Kiyoshi
Responsible ADB Department Central and West Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Urban Development and Water Division, CWRD
Planning & Dev.Dept.,Gov't of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Peshawar, Pakistan
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