Sindh govt, WB to fix garbage collection.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and World Bank Country director Mr Patchamuthu Illangovan have agreed to work together for making Sindh Solid Waste Management Authority more effective and introduce changing in cropping pattern to improve rural economy. This decision was taken here on Friday in a meeting between the two here at CM House. The meeting was attended by Chairperson P and D Naheed Shah and PSCM Sajid Jamal Abro. The chief minister said that the Sindh Solid waste Management Authority (SSWMA) has been established. He added that it was a new body and needed capacity building so that it could work scientifically with best efficiency. The world bank country chiefsaid that he would send solid waste management experts to Sindh government and through P and D a detailed plan would be worked out to improve capacity of the authority so that not only its efficiency in solid waste disposal and management could be improved but it must become a self-sufficient organization.

It was agreed that SSWMA's capacity building would ne made in such a way so that it could work all over Sindh in different phases. In the first phase it would start work in divisional headquarters and then in district headquarters. The chief minister said that our...

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