PESHAWAR: A non-profit organisation has offered its assistance and technical expertise for speedy implementation of the Peshawar uplift programme.

The offer was made by Social, Education and Economic Development (Seed) during a meeting with Peshawar Commissioner Riaz Khan Mehsud here on Tuesday.

Seed’s programme economist Naazish Afraz, delivery associate Wajiha Aamir, Peshawar assistant commissioner Dr Ehtishamul Haq, project engineer Peshawar uplift programme Mohammad Adil and other relevant officials were also present. The meeting decided to acquire technical assistance of the organisation, and also arrange a visit of its officials to the selected sites of development initiative.

The commissioner directed to devise a strategy to complete the project within the stipulated time without causing any inconvenience to the general public.

Published in Dawn, December 1st, 2021

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