Sindh People's Housing Foundation builds flood-affected homes

Sindh People’s Housing Foundation builds flood-affected homes

Karachi: According to a news source on February 15, Sindh Chief Secretary Dr. Muhammad Sohail Rajput said the province government formed Sindh People’s Housing Foundation (SPHF) to build homes for flood victims.

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The SPHF hosted a training on building homes for flood victims in Karachi. The chief secretary announced during the ceremony that the homes will be constructed in association with HANDS, the Thardeep Rural Development Program (TRDP), the Sustainable Actions to Access Financial Capital Opportunities (SAFCO) Support Foundation, the National Rural Support Program (NRSP), the Sindh Rural Support Organization (SRSO), and the SAFCO Support Foundation.

Additionally, the Chief Secretary emphasized that the project in question is not merely for the construction of homes but also for the upliftment of society. According to the survey, the province’s flash floods have caused entire or partial damage to 2.058 million homes.

The World Bank (WB) has consented to contribute USD 500 million to the housing project. The project will receive USD 250 million from the federal government and USD 250 million from the Sindh government. According to information that was disclosed, PKR 50,000 would be granted for partially damaged homes and PKR 0.3 million will be offered for entirely damaged homes.

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