The emergency project was prepared in response to the Government of Pakistan's request to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on 6 October 2022 to support its post-flood recovery and reconstruction response. The project will contribute to the economic recovery of flood-ravaged provinces of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh, while building longer-term resilience. It will finance the rehabilitation and reconstruction of high-priority transport (roads and bridges), irrigation, drainage, flood risk management, and on-farm water management infrastructure that were damaged by the devastating floods. The project will also support the restoration of economic productivity and livelihoods of the flood-affected rural communities. The project is part of ADB's multitiered flood response to Pakistan and was designed in close coordination and cooperation with the World Bank.
ADB Project Officer
Shafi, Mian S.
Central and West Asia Department
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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