Wednesday, May 3, 2017

CM KP met Hungarian Ambassador Istrian Szabo along with his entourage of diplomat’s trade and commerce attaches

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak met Hungarian Ambassador Istrian Szabo along with his entourage of diplomat's trade and commerce attaches at Chief Minister's House Peshawar and discussed various matters of mutual interest. The entourage included Emilia Szabo Istrian's, Dr. Istrian Balogh (commercial councellor) Balaz Balogh, (security advisor), Katalin Muller (Trade officer), Saindor Mihalko (consellor), Ms. Magpolna Mihalko and Ghulam Dastagir, Honorary counsellor of Hungary in Peshawar and Chairman EZDMC/CPEC.
The mission lauded steps of provincial government for ensuring good governance, improving law & order and creating congenial environment for industrial and trade activities in the province. The Hungarian ambassador also expressed desire of his government for increasing the volume of investment that was already being carried out by the foreign investors of Hungary over here.
          The Chief Minister, thanked the Hungarian Government for sincere cooperation in accelerating the pace of industrialization and investment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He specially mentioned the assistance of Hungarian oil exploration company MOL in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He welcomed the offer of more investment as well as arrival of investors from Hungary for investment in tourism, agriculture, energy, car manufacturing, small & medium enterprises and so many other sectors. He however looked to the Hungarian government to also help the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government in early and quality completion of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) being undertaken by his government for Peshawar.
Istrian Szabo assured the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for helping in the early completion of RBT Peshawar. He revealed that Hungary has arranged 200 scholarships for Pakistani students in various sectors of higher education wherein Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would get is share. He further told that the emissaries of Hungary have paid detailed visit to various tourist spots and scenic places of the province including Chitral, Hazara and Swat. He said the pictures, videos and data of these hill stations and historical places have been projected world over through social media and other sources of Hungarian embassy.  Similarly he said, his entourage in the current tour is visiting various historical places of Peshawar including Qissa Khawani Bazar and Tehsil Gorghatary and also attended a warm reception at Bala Hisar Fort. He said that all these activities would be displayed and showed to the international community to project the soft image of Pakistan accordingly

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

WORKING FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN IS DUTY OF ALL OF US. SIKANDAR SHERPAO

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Social Welfare and Irrigation Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao has said that Allah Almighty have bestowed a number of capabilities to special children and if these are used properly, they could play active role in the development of society. Therefore, he said it is the responsibilities of all of us to create awareness among all sects of society to help jointly the special children living in our society.
He expressed these views while addressing the inaugural ceremony of first established Government Middle School for Blind at Rajar, District Charsadda. Special Assistant to CM on Technical Education Arshad Umerzia, MPA Sultan Muhammad Khan, Additional Secretary Social Welfare Department Aadil Shah, Director Muhammad Naeem, Principal of School Syed Ali Bakhsh and a number of blind students were present on the occasion. Senior Minister said that a total 39 primary schools had already established in the province for special children but the provincial government under a comprehensive scheme was not only upgrading these educational institutes but higher education complex were being established at Divisional Headquarter under first phase where special children would get educational facilities from primary to inter level. He said hostels would be established in the complex for special children coming from far flung areas. He said planning had been made for Braille Press so that books for blind children could be published.

Monday, March 20, 2017

آج سے میرا ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال کے ساتھ کوئی تعلق نہیں ۔ محمد نایاب خان فارانی

 چترال (نمائندہ) گذشتہ کئی سالوں سے ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال کے ساتھ مختلف عہدوں پر رضا کارانہ خدمات انجام دینے والا  کاروباری شخصیت محمد نایاب خان نے ایک اخباری بیان میں کہا ہے کہ ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال ضلعی سطح پر نوجوانوں کے لیے کام کرنے والا واحد ادارہ ہےجس نے اپنے قیام سے لے کر آج تک قلیل مدت میں کار ہائے نمایاں  سرانجام دئیے ۔ ادارے کے ساتھ منسلک رہتے ہوئے  مجھے سماجی شعبے میں کام کرنے کا موقع ملا جس سے  بہت کچھ سیکھنے کا موقع ملا۔ اب چونکہ ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال کو  متنازعہ بنا دیا گیا ہے۔اس لیے میں ضروری سمجھتا ہوں کہ ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال سے علحٰیدگی اختیار کروں۔ آج کے بعد  ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال کی کسی بھی فورم پہ نمائندگی نہیں کروں گا اور نہ ہی اس کے کسی سرگرمی میں حصہ لونگا۔ ڈسٹرکٹ یوتھ فورم چترال سے متعلقہ تمام دستاویزات پہلے ہی متعلقہ عہدیدارون کو سونپ دی گئی ہے۔

Saturday, March 18, 2017

CM KP Pervez Khattak has directed the relevant quarters to finalize the agreements with the authorities of Frontier Works Organization

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has directed the relevant quarters to finalize the agreements with the authorities of Frontier Works Organization (FWO) for the construction of three mega hydropower, cement and housing projects in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The agreements are likely to be inked by the coming Monday with proper timeline, he issued these directives while chairing a high level meeting here on Thursday. There should be no hurdles in the execution of public welfare projects he told the meeting.
The Chief Minister directed the participants of the meeting to take all possible measures for starting construction works on the projects in time as the KP government would not tolerate any negligence and lethargy to this effect.
Future of the KP is bright as the huge investment was being poured in the province with each passing day, he said adding,  pace of industrialization has been geared up that would help create massive employment opportunities for the jobless in the province.
The interests of the people must be kept in mind while preparing designs for the housing projects as people were the focal points of all the reforms and uplift projects of the government. There would be no compromise on the welfare, and rights of the people.
The Chief Minister on this occasion also sought progress report on the Swat Motorway project. He was informed that construction work was underway at various points on Swat motorway whereas full construction work would start in the first week of April this year. The Chief Minister urged them to complete the project in the stipulated time.
 Earlier the meeting was briefed about three mega 520 Megawatt hydropower projects, construction of Cement Plant in Karak, and housing projects on GT Road and Motorway with the collaboration of the FWO.
Senior Minister for Irrigation Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao, Minister for Education Atif Khan, administrative secretaries of the concerned departments, Col Jamal Salman Qaisrani, representatives of the Oil and Gas Company and PEDO attended the meeting.

PPAF community woman bags Ladies Fund Award

 
Friday, March 17, 2017 Gul Nazar, a community resource person of Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF), from Kalasha Valley,Chitral won the Dawood Global Foundation Ladies Fund's Idol Award 2017.The Award recognizes the efforts of individuals who work to inspire and empower women in the less affluent areas. The award was presented by Governor Sindh, Mr. Muhammad Zubair at the Governor House, Karachi.
 
GulNazar's contribution under PPAF's Program for Poverty Reduction in areas of nutrition, disease prevention, water sanitation, hygiene and mother and child healthcarein Chitral was highly praised at the ceremony. Her dedication reflects inthe reduced susceptibility of numerous diseases especially among women and children in the Kalasha valley.
 
Having graduated with a masters' degree, Gul Nazar highly regards the importance of education and believes it is the foundation of growth and success. "More opportunities for higher education should be created to educate young adults,especially girls in the Northern Areas of Pakistan", she discussed while receiving the award. "It empowers them to make a difference in the society."
 
Besides being an active community resource person,Nazar is also the Chairperson for Kalasha People Development Network and an active member of Kalasha Culture Saving Society. She has also served as a volunteer teacher at Government Middle School in Kalasha valley.
 
The Programme for Poverty Reduction (PPR) is financed by the Government of Italy through the Directorate General for Development Cooperation, and is supervised by the World Bank.PPAF is implementing the Programme through its partner organizations in 38 union councils existing in 14 districts of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces as well as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).The Programme aims to transform the lives of poor and marginalized communities by establishing a social and productive infrastructure system supported by sustainable social safety nets.
 
Using the community driven development approach, PPAFhas developed more than 350 Community Resource Persons (CRPs) in community engagement, financial and procurement management and development of union council plans. CRPs with PPAF partner organizations facilitate communities to identify and address the key development issues to build healthier societies. So far, 287 Village Development Plans have been designed that laid the foundation of need based integrated programming that allow development of villages through Community Physical Infrastructure ,Education, Health & Nutrition (EHN), Disaster Preparedness & Management and Livelihood, Employment & Enterprise Development.
 
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