UNDP Delegation Meeting Over Development Programs in KP
A group of representatives from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) driven by UNDP Delegation Samuel Rizk, met with the caretaker chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Muhammad Azam Khan, on Tuesday.
They discussed programs that UNDP upholds in the region that are intended to help people in general.
During the meeting, they examined how UNDP and the local government can cooperate better, particularly in places like the merged tribal regions.
The CM said that these regions have had issues due to dependable insecurity, so they need additional consideration and help from associations like UNDP.
He additionally discussed the need to build significant things like streets and buildings around there, and how UNDP can assist with that.
The CM said that they additionally need to make the police force more grounded to protect the district. He recommended that working with local groups in country remote regions could make development projects more effective and accessible to individuals who need it.
They additionally discussed the issue of youngsters involving drugs in the area, and how the public authority and associations like UNDP can cooperate to stop this issue.
The local government vowed to work intimately with UNDP on their projects to ensure they are effective. The CM said that UNDP has been assisting with various aspects of society in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for quite a while.