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Project list

FAO implements a wide range of development and emergency assistance projects in Pakistan. Projects are funded by organization’s own funds, bilateral and multilateral aid agencies, and governments including the Government of Pakistan. Below is the list of currently implemented projects grouped by the type of funding.

A. Government Cooperation Programme (GCP)

A. Government Cooperation Programme (GCP)

Is an agreement between three parties: FAO, one or several donors/financing institutions and the beneficiary country or countries.

• GCP/PAK/141/AUL - Australia Balochistan Agri-business Programme-Phase Two (AusABBA II)

• GCP/PAK/140/AUL - Empowering Women in Balochistan through Agri Entrepreneurship

• GCP/PAK/125/USA - Building Provincial Capacity in Pakistan for Crop Forecasting and Estimation.

• GCP/PAK/113/USA - Balochistan Agricultural Project.

• GCP/PAK/123/USA - Support to Increase Sustainable Livestock Production. (Progressive Control of Foot and Mouth Disease in Pakistan).

• GCP/PAK/127/USA - Control of Transboundary Animal Diseases in Pakistan - Progressive Control of Peste Des Petits Ruminants (PPR) in Pakistan.

B. Projects funded by various countries as emergency and rehabilitation assistance

B. Projects funded by various countries as emergency and rehabilitation assistance

OSRO stands for Office for the Special Relief Operations - the former name of the FAO emergency and rehabilitation unit.

• OSRO/PAK/109/UK - Emergency Livelihood Assistance To Support Flood-Affected Vulnerable Farmers in Sindh Province, Pakistan

• OSRO/PAK/203/UNJ - Social Cohesion and Peace Building Programme for Refugees Affected and Hosting Areas Adjacent to the Peshawar-Torkham Expressway.

• OSRO/PAK/206/UNO - Livelihood Restoration and Protection and Sustainable Empowerment of Vulnerable Peasant Communities in Sindh Province.

• OSRO/PAK/302/EC - Food Security and Livelihoods Analysis and Response Frameworks in Pakistan.

OSRO/PAK/303/CHA - Emergency Assistance for the Protection of Critical Livestock Assets and Improved Household Food Security for Conflict Affected IDPs of Tirah Valley.

OSRO/PAK/304/UK - Support for the Recovery of Agriculture Based Livelihoods of Vulnerable Farmers Affected by 2012 Floods of Sindh and Balochistan Provinces in Pakistan.

OSRO/PAK/301/BEL - Emergency Support to the Restoration of Agricultural-Based Livelihoods of Returned Families in Kurram Agency of FATA.

• OSRO/PAK/401/CHA - Critical Livelihood Support to Protect and Restore Agriculture Based Livelihoods of Conflict Affected Farming Families in Kurram and Khyber Agencies of FATA.

• OSRO/PAK/402/CHA - Emergency Support to Protect the Livestock Affected by the North Waziristan Crisis through Provision of Critical Veterinary Supplies and Feed.

• OSRO/PAK/402/BEL - Emergency Support to Protect the Livestock Affected by the North Waziristan Crisis through Provision of Critical Veterinary Supplies and Feed.

C. Project funded by FAO, as part of the Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP)

C. Project funded by FAO, as part of the Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP)

 

TCP/PAK/3402 - Symposium on Rangeland Resources of Pakistan.

• TFD/11/PAK/001 - Capacity Building of Farmers for Mastitis Control by Improved Management and Early Detection of Sub Clinical Mastitis.

D. Projects funded under the United Nations Joint Programmes (UNJPs) - Delivering as One UN

D. Projects funded under the United Nations Joint Programmes (UNJPs) - Delivering as One UN

 

• UNJP/PAK/121/EDF - Mainstreaming Livelihood Oriented DRM into Public Sector Organizations and Communities through Piloting, Research and Capacity Building Interventions under the One UN Framework.

• UNJP/PAK/128/UNJ - Sheep, Wool and Vaccine (including Polio) Farmer Field School Preparation.

E. Projects funded by the Government of Pakistan, through the Unilateral Trust Fund (UTF)

E. Projects funded by the Government of Pakistan, through the Unilateral Trust Fund (UTF)

Funds are made available either from national resources or through loans, credits and grants by international finance institutions or bilateral donors.

• UTF/PAK/106/PAK - Sindh Water Sector Improvement Phase-I, WSIP-I.

• UTF/PAK/108/PAK - Support to the Fisheries Resources Appraisal in Pakistan.