Karachi: According to news reports, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah revealed on Monday (November 22) that the province administration has envisioned a Union Council (UC)-based Poverty Reduction Programme (PRP) aimed at improving the quality of life for Sindh residents.
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According to him, the programme will be conducted as part of the Rural Support Programme (RSP), which has identified areas of society that require immediate assistance. Surveys were used to identify the homes, with a focus on women’s empowerment.
According to CM Murad, the RSP programme began as a pilot project in 2009 in the Shikarpur and Kashmore districts, with a budget of PKR 3.3 billion. The programme was later expanded to new districts in Jacobabad and Tharparkar with PKR 2 billion.
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It will train and assist, according to the project’s outline. Approximately 9,000 people will receive vocational training, and 10,000 people will be able to participate in kitchen gardening. In addition, the Village Improvement Programme will provide support to 103 union councils (UCs), as well as 71 company development groups to provide a platform for better product promotion.
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