USAID Support to North and South Waziristan - May 2011

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SUPPORT TO FEDERALLY ADMINISTERED TRIBAL AREAS
North and South
Waziristan Agencies
May 2011
Infrastructure: Roads
Implementing partners
Phase I
– 110 km Tank-Makin Road
– 105 km Kaur-Wana Road
Phase II
– 72 km Wana-Torwam-Makin Road
– 72 km Tank-D.I. Khan Road
– 80 km Bannu-Ghulam Khan Road
– 03 km Torwam-Shakai Road
Phase III
– 65 km Miranshah-Makin Road
– 58 km Miranshah-Datta Khel Road
Outcomes
FATA Secretariat and Frontier Works
Organization (FWO)
– Est. $42.7 million/78 percent complete
– Est. $ 46.3 million/68 percent complete
– Est. $ 33 million
– Est. $ 21 million
– Est. $ 47 million
– Est. $ 1.5 million
– Est. $ 33 million
– Est. $ 30 million
Easy accessibility within towns and to
major cities, livelihoods opportunities.
Quick Impact Project: NWA, SWA and Central Corridor
Infrastructure: Irrigation and Power Generation
Implementing partners:
– Kundiwam Dam
– Dhana Irrigation Scheme
Output
FATA Secretariat and FWO
Est. $ 31 million for both projects
Feasibility Survey and design underway
for both schemes
Both schemes will cover a command area
(Agriculture) of 6,500 acres and provide
drinking water for 20,000 people and
livelihood water for 5,200 people.
Kundiwam Dam Site: Aerial View
Kundiwam Dam: Location
DAM SITE
Dhana Weir: Location
Dhana Weir: Upstream side of the weir
Infrastructure: Irrigation and Power Generation
Implementing partners:
Phase I
– Gomal Zam Dam
– Gomal Zam Irrigation Scheme
Output
Water and Power Development Authority
(WAPDA) and Frontier Works
Organization (FWO)
– $40 million/ 81 percent complete
– $68 million/ 12 percent complete
Hydropower generation of 17.4 MW and
91 GWh (for 25,000 households); flood
protection; regular availability of drinking
water; Improved water storage and
irrigation over 191,062 acres;
opportunities for commercial fisheries
Gomal Zam Multipurpose Dam
Gomal Zam Multipurpose Dam
Infrastructure: Power Generation and Transmission
Implementing partners:
Phase I
– Wana Grid Station Upgrade
– 11KV and 33KV damaged lines
rehabilitation
– 132KV Power Transmission Line
(Gomal Zam to Wana Grid Station)
Outcome
FATA Secretariat and WAPDA
– $5.2 million/Design work and
finalization of PC-1 in progress
– $8.8 million/Equipment being
purchased and installed
– $ 11.7 million/ 15 percent complete
Supply of improved electricity to
approximately 18,000 people.
The 11KV and 33KV lines rehabilitation will benefit Spinkai Raghzai, Mandana, Sheikh
Nikka Ziarat, Noi Kuch, Murghiband, Raghzai and Kotkai; and Shinwam, Lower
Chagmalai, Upper Chagmalai, and Siplotoi villages respectively.
11KV and 33KV Lines: Location
11KV
33KV
Pakistan Transition Initiative
North Waziristan
South Waziristan
43 Activities/$1,884,399
• Provided furniture, IT and power
37 Activities/$2,026,458
• Provided drinking water supply sources
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equipment to government offices and
schools in Miran Shah and Razmak
Rehabilitated boys colleges and girls
schools in Miran Shah, and Darpa Khel
Constructed drinking water supply
schemes and flood protection walls
Supported FATA journalists by
rehabilitating/improving Miran Shah
and Mir Ali Press Clubs
Strengthened FATA media
infrastructure by supporting three
FATA radio stations
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to villages in Sararogha and Serwekai to
support the return of Mehsud IDPs
Provided IT equipment and furniture to
a public school at Musa Nikka and
Government Degree College Wana
Other Support: North and South Waziristan
Health
($970,000/1,145 activities)
• Through 1,145 activities,
improved health services
delivery by training healthcare
professionals and providing
supplies and equipment to
Agency Headquarters Hospitals
and Basic Health Units both in
NWA and SWA
• Held 2,414 child health days to
treat illnesses of mother and
vaccinate children
North Waziristan
Datta Khel
Dossali
Garyum
Ghulam Khan
Mir Ali
Miran Shah
Razmak
Shewa
Spinwam
South Waziristan
Birmal
Ladha
Makin
Sararogha
Serwekai
Tirza
Toi Khulla
Wana
Other Support: North and South Waziristan
Education
($870,000/315 activities)
• Trained teachers and education
officials
• Established classroom-based
libraries
• Provided in-country
scholarships to 139 students
North Waziristan
Datta Khel
Dossali
Garyum
Mir Ali
Miran Shah
Razmak
Shewa
Spinwam
South Waziristan
Birmal
Ladha
Makin
Sararogha
Tirza
Toi Khulla
Wana
Other Support: North and South Waziristan
Livelihoods
($129,000/19 activities)
• Trained farmers in off-season
vegetable production
• Provided vocational skills
training and grants in furniture
manufacturing, leather
footwear making, gemology
and lapidary
North Waziristan
Datta Khel
Dossali
Mir Ali
Miran Shah
Shewa
Spinwam
South Waziristan
Ladha
Sararogha
Wana
Other Support: Visual
USAID Health Activities in SWA
USAID Health Activities in NWA
USAID Education Activities in NWA

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