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Mandate / Aims for Climate Change and Disaster Resilience

  1. Emergency
  2. Education
  3. Livelihood
  4. WASH
  5. DRR, School safety and CCA

Location of activity at Provincial Level

AJK and all Province of Pakistan

Location of activity at District Level

Chakwal, Vehari, Rajanpur, Layyah, Multan, Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan, and Muzaffargarh in Punjab; Chitral, Mardan, Peshawar and Nowshera in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Thatta, Ghotki, Saanghar, Badin, and Khairpur in Sindh; Islamabad Federal area, 5 districts of Gilgit-Baltistan and Neelum valley in Azad Jammu & Kashmir.

Current Projects contributing to Climate Change

1. SP2 ADB funded project in 5 districts of Pakistan

To improve the resilience of cities to disasters and climate change, including floods Plan International in Pakistan initiated its work on climate change under the Urban Climate Change trust fund. This project is being supported by Resilience with the financial support of Asian Development Bank. Under the project five cities Sahiwal and Sialkot) in Punjab and Peshawar, Abbottabad and Mardan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are being supported to integrate climate change into city planning, project development and implementation and knowledge sharing and capacity building to reduce the risk of increasing urbanization and climate change on urban populations, particularly the poor. Plan international in Pakistan is extending its technical support to city governments and URF. This project focus is more on coordination rather than actual service delivery.

2. School safety programme

  1. Conduct of Vulnerability and Capacity Assessments (VCA) in all schools .
  2. Development/assembling of materials on school safety and school based DRR including curriculum enrichment at school level.
  3. Training of teachers and non-teaching staff on first aid and disaster risk reduction including psycho-social care.
  4. Promote mutual learning and advocacy on school safety.
  5. Advocacy seminars at districts, provincial and national.

3. Livelihood projects

3Plan International  have been actively working in 13 Districts with support of our major donors;  Global Affairs Canada (GAC), Plan Canada, Department of Livestock & Fisheries- Assisted By World Bank, German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Government of Netherland. National level implementing partners include National Rural Support Program (NRSP), Empowerment Through Creative Integration (ECI), Lead Foundation, Institute of Rural Management (IRM), Bedari, Sarban and Department of Livestock & Fisheries, Government of Sindh. Plan International, Pakistan is also working with an international consortium partner Arch Novo to jointly implement a food security project. 

Contact Person

Tailal Masood
DRR Manager
92 051 2150031-32
tailal.masood@plan-international.org

UN Agency United Nations Development Program (UNDP)


Mandate / Aims for Climate Change and Disaster Resilience

1. Democratic Governance
2. Crisis Prevention & Recovery
3. Environment & Climate Change
4. Development Policy

Location of  activity

National – All provinces & Regions

Current Projects contributing to Climate Change

1. SCORE  (Supporting Community Resilience)
2. Strengthening the Governance of Climate Change Finance to Benefit the Poor and Vulnerable in South Asia
3. Community conserves natural resources to protect its future
4. Project: Scaling-up of Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) risk reduction in Northern Pakistan, to be able to strengthen capacities of vulnerable communities to address the GLOF, GCF resources to upscale ongoing initiatives on early warning systems and small, locally-sourced infrastructure to protect communities from GLOF risks. The interventions proposed for scale-up by this project will be based on activities implemented in two districts that have demonstrated success. In these districts engineering structures like gabion walls have been constructed and automatic weather stations, rain gauges and discharge equipment have been installed. Rural communities receiving this support were able to avoid human and material losses from GLOF events. The proposed GCF project will expand coverage of interventions to fifteen districts in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan provinces. It will strengthen the technical capacity of sub-national decision makers to integrate climate change and disaster risk management into medium- and long-term development planning processes.

Contact Person

Naeem Iqbal, National Project Coordinator DRR in Pakistan project
Environmental amd climate change unit UNDP Pakistan
051- 8461233
Cell 0333 5508139
Email: naeem.iqbal@undp.org