Sindh govt to launch $200m SWEEP in Karachi.

 
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KARACHI -- Sindh government and the World Bank have agreed to launch a $200 million Solid Waste Emergency and Efficiency Project (SWEEP) for improvement and removal of waste from streets, drainage channels and canals/nadis in the city of Karachi.

Competitive and Livable City of Karachi (CLICK) operation and the proposed Solid Waste Emergency and Efficiency Project (SWEEP)

Delegation

This decision was taken in a meeting Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali held with World Bank delegation led by Catalina Marulanda, Practice Manager-South Asia, Urban here on Tuesday at CM House. The other delegation members were Lixin Gu, Program Leader, Sustainable Development, Suhaib Rasheed, Urban Specialist. The chief minister was assited by Minister Local Government Syed Nasir Shah, Chairperson P and D Nahid Shah, Principal secretary to CM Sajid jamal Abro, Secretary Local Government Roshan Shaikh, MD Sindh Solid Waste Management Authority (SSWMA) Asif Ikram, PD Competitive and Livable City of Karachi (CLICK) Zubair Channa.

The Chief Minister said that an ADP scheme of of 1.6 billion has been laiunched to improve all ssolid waste management disposal in the city...

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