According to the bank document, "the Project Development Objective is to pilot alternative livelihood opportunities and improve capacity of households of fisher communities in four priority sites of the
Indus Eco region namely – Keenjhar Lake; Manchar Lake; Chotiari; and Nara Canal. This objectives will be accomplished by: 1. organizing targeted freshwater fisher folk into fisher groups; 2. introduction of better and sustainable fishing practices; 3. enhancing alternative income generation opportunities, for youth, women, and disadvantaged groups, through establishing community based cottage industries; and 4. developing effective and sustainable linkages to markets and local Government.
JSDF Trust Fund US$ 2.85 million
Rural Development Specialist, GSURR
WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE – PAKISTAN
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