ADB approves Pakistan for 22 million dollars
Islamabad: Asian Development Bank 2014 floods in Pakistan affected by the construction and repair of infrastructure to more than $ 22 million financing is approved.
The roads, bridges and other priority infrastructure projects will help rebuild and upgrade. ADB’s Central and West Asia Department of Natural Resources and Agriculture Principal Specialist dunth Walton said. Pakistan floods that depends on agriculture as well as other acute effects musmaty suffer. Pakistan emergency aid to the disaster coordinating their infrastructure will help.
The money from the flood-hit areas of Punjab and mansion, Kotli and Poonch districts will be spent on the reconstruction of key infrastructure. Unforeseen disasters in the future to increase the capacity of relevant institutions for a $ 20 million technical assistance will be provided.