Fata Reforms

KP Police, Japan and UNDP launch the first ever Policing Plans for the Merged Areas

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police, Government of Japan, and UNDP launched the first ever Policing Plans for...

KP launches second phase of AIP for merged areas

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government  announced details of its most ambitious interventions in the merged areas with...

Merged Areas Rising: People driven development through consultative sessions of KP govt

On Friday, February 25, there was an unusual rush of people in the Jirga Hall,...

Market linkages help merged areas women-owned businesses thrive

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government with support by USAID and technical assistance from the United Nations Development...

SC forms larger bench to hear petition against Fata merger

Tayyab Mohammadzai Supreme Court of Pakistan has decided to form a larger bench to hear a...

UN report says access to formal financial services in the merged districts one of the lowest in Pakistan

PESHAWAR: A United Nations Development Programme report about access to finance for private sector in...

Centre to provide funds for merged districts till NFC decision

The National Assembly was informed that the Centre has so far provided Rs270 billion for the development of merged tribal districts.

Governor model schools in merged districts brought under KP govt scope

Governor model schools across merged districts faced issues of pending salaries of teachers and other financial issues after abolition of FCR.

Rs2.26 billion released for strengthening police in merged districts

Over 1.8 million trees have been planted in North Waziristan, and hospitals in Spinwam and Shewa have also been made functional.

Asaan Insaaf Markaz project to be extended to merged districts

Transforming police stations into Insaaf Marakiz was aimed at bringing changes in police culture and providing improved services to visitors.

Fata Qaumi Jirga demands reversal of merger

The Fata Qaumi Jirga on Tuesday organised a massive anti-merger Jirga outside the National Press Club in Islamabad.

Dissenting voices force govt to stop appointing outsider nurses in merged districts

Currently, the government is appointing 481 charge nurses for hospitals of merged districts on contract for Rs20,000 monthly remuneration.

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