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Pakistan Earthquake Fund (PEF)
What is the PEF?
The Pakistan Earthquake Fund (PEF) was established in November 2005 in response to the special needs of Pakistan after the earthquake in October 2005.
What are the priorities?
The PEF is dedicated to delivering emergency grant financing for investment projects and technical assistance to support immediate reconstruction, rehabilitation, and associated development activities.
What kind of activities are eligible for the fund?
- introduction of results-based planning and budgeting techniques
- preparation of results-oriented national development plans and strategies, sector plans and roadmaps
- improvement of methods for measuring, monitoring and managing for results
- training of officials of developing member countries (DMC) on MfDR
Who is eligible to receive the funding?
Who supports the fund?
Australia, Belgium, Finland and Norway support the fund.