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Board Decision Date: 2012-03-20
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Loan Amount (USD): $ 250.00 million
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Project Cost (USD): $ 423.50 million
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Punjab Irrig Agri Productivity Improvement Program Project
The project's main objective is to improve productivity of water use in irrigated agriculture. This will be achieved through improved physical delivery efficiency and irrigation practices, crop diversification and effective application of inputs that will translate into greater agricultural output per unit of water used. The project?s objectives would contribute to increased agricultural production, employment and incomes, higher living standards and positive environmental outcomes.
Contact: Masood Ahmad
Title: Lead Hydropower Specialist
Contact: Tahira Syed
Title: Senior Rural Development Speci
Name:Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Contact:Mr. Tariq Pasha
Name: Directorate General Agriculture (Water Management)
Contact: Malik Muhammad Akram
Title: Director General
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