49038-001: Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project | Asian Development Bank

Pakistan: Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project

Sovereign (Public) Project | 49038-001 Status: Active

The Asian Development Bank is working with Pakistan to rebuild and upgrade roads, bridges and other infrastructure damaged by the devastating September 2014 floods, which displaced over 2.5 million people. The project is rebuilding infrastructure to disaster-resilient standards in the worst-hit areas of Punjab Province and the districts of Haveli, Kotli and Poonch.

Project Details

Project Officer
Shafi, Mian S. Central and West Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Pakistan
Modality
  • Loan
  • Technical Assistance
Sector
  • Transport
 
Project Name Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project
Project Number 49038-001
Country Pakistan
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3264-PAK: Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 218.04 million
TA 8912-PAK: Capacity Building of Institutions Handling Disasters
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 2.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Knowledge solutions
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Rural flood protection

Transport / Road transport (non-urban)

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The project will contribute to the economic and social recovery of flood-affected areas in Punjab Province and the northern districts of Haveli, Kotli and Poonch (also known as _northern districts_) through the rehabilitation and reconstruction of high-priority infrastructure damaged and weakened during the floods in September 2014. The project focuses on the transitional phase of the emergency response for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of priority roads, bridges, irrigation and flood protection infrastructure damaged by the floods. Providing financing for the most urgently needed works, the loan and grant will enable the Government to redirect its own financing to housing and livelihood cash grants for the most vulnerable groups, thus restoring the economic activity essential to their survival. The project will also support ex ante disaster risk management (DRM) capacity building to mainstream resilience in development planning. Reconstruction of damaged and at-risk infrastructure in the flood-affected areas will use appropriate and cost-effective multi-hazard resistant design and construction standards to mitigate the potential impact of future disasters. The Project's design is based on the findings of the damage assessment reports prepared by the respective Punjab Planning and Development Departments (P&D) in January 2015 and facilitated by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and World Bank, in close coordination with the federal government and other donors.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy A late and concentrated monsoon, coupled with high flows in Pakistan's eastern rivers resulted in flooding in the northern regions of Pakistan, Punjab and Sindh provinces in September 2014. The flood affected 44 districts across the country. It lead to the displacement of more than 2.5 million people, with major displacement and damage in central Punjab, which resulted in 367 deaths, and injured over 600 people. Nearly 110,000 houses were partially damaged or destroyed, over 1.1 million acres of agricultural land and 250,000 farmers were affected. This resulted in the loss of standing food, fodder or cash crops. Non-farm sources of livelihoods and services were also affected, including many small enterprises, manufacturing and processing businesses and losses of wage employment due to disruption of the economy.
Impact Economic and social recovery from the 2014 floods by 2018 (National Disaster Management Plan 2012- 2022)
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Restoration and reconstruction of critical public and social infrastructure to multihazard resilience standards
Progress Toward Outcome

The work on three flood protection works (Left Marginal Bunds of Qadirabad and Marala, and Flood Protection Bund, Muzaffargarh) remained extremely slow and behind the schedule. The Loan Review Mission (June 2018) prepared fortnightly targets for all works and advised PIU PID and PMC to strengthen to monitoring and contract supervision of the ongoing works, and report on the progress on a fortnightly basis. The progress since than improved significantly, and the overall progress of the civil works is now 85%.

Extension of time has been granted on all ongoing contracts with revised completion dates between 31 August to 30 October 2018.

Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

1. Flood-damaged roads and bridges in Punjab Province and the districts of Haveli, Kotli, and Poonch reconstructed

3. DRM strengthened

2. Flood-resilient irrigation and flood management infrastructure in Punjab Province implemented

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

The Project is progressing well and is expected to complete before the loan closing date except for one Bridge contract in Kotli district. The project progress - by Outputs/components, is as below:

Output 1. Flood-damaged roads and bridges in Punjab Province and the districts of Haveli, Kotli, and Poonch reconstructed

All road contracts are awarded in Punjab and AJK. In Punjab out of 739 sub-projects, 723 retroactive contracting subprojects are complete. Work on the 2 out of 16 post effectivity awarded subprojects is ongoing which include the two major roads in Punjab. The work on major roads is expected to be completed by 30 October 2018. In AJK, all contracts for roads and one bridge are awarded and work is in progress. The bridge will not complete by the loan closing date, and the Government of AJK has agreed to finance the balance work after the loan closing date to execute using its own resources.

Output 2. Flood-resilient irrigation and flood management infrastructure in Punjab Province implemented

All works under advance contracting and retroactive financing, completed and financially closed.

Of 10 large contracts, two are already completed. The work on remaining eight subprojects is in progress with an overall progress of 85%. All works are expected to complete within the existing loan closing date.

Output 3. DRM strengthened

a. Multi-hazard Vulnerability Risk Assessments (MHVRA)

For phase 1 pilot districts MHVRA is in final stage of report preparation. For phase II and III district data collection is complete and data analysis is ongoing. MHVRA of 20 districts will complete by end-November 2018.

b. Irrigation DRM

The scope of this component is reduced by dropping the procurement of the dams safety equipment with an estimated cost of PKR 90.4 million, on EA's request, since this equipment is being funded by another ongoing Project funded by the World Bank. The reduced scope includes only development of SOPs, protocols and inspection manuals for dams safety. An individual consultant is working on these documents, and the draft documents are expected to be ready by end of September 2018.

In addition an ADB TA Consultant also developed training courses and material on disaster risk management for mainstreaming of DRM as a subject in the Engineering Academy of Irrigation Department.

c. Landslide Treatment through Bio-engineering

Treatment Plans for landslide area of over 800 hectares have been approved. The work is ongoing and physical progress is 80%.

d. Climate-Change Cell, P&DD AJK

A Climate Change Cell was established under Output 3. The Cell has developed the State's National Climate Change (CC) Policy, which stands approved by AJK Cabinet. Currently, the Cell is working on the sector road maps and strategies and action plans for implementing the CC policy.

e. Data Clearing House (DCH), P&D Punjab

A dashboard has been developed by the in house team of developers. The Socio-economic data collected from the project districts by the PDMA, has been integrated with the P&D through DCH. The DCH will also be integrated with risk, exposure, vulnerability maps generated through MHVRA, as well as inventory of Irrigation Department, and the C&W Punjab and provide access to the authorized users of the line departments for development planning. In addition, a Project Performance Monitoring system has also been developed which is being fine-tuned. This system is being used to monitor progress of a number of Projects in addition to FERRP, on pilot basis.

Geographical Location Azad Kashmir, Punjab
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement B
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The Project involves rehabilitation and reconstruction works across road network and irrigation network in Punjab and the road network in AJK to address the damage caused by recent floods in Pakistan. The civil work will be focused around the existing road corridor and lengths of irrigation canals. Therefore, environmental impacts will be limited to minor disturbance caused by construction works. An environmental assessment and review framework (EARF) will be prepared for the loan and will set forth the environment assessment and review methodology to be followed during implementation. The environment category of the project based on information available is B.
Involuntary Resettlement The Project involves rehabilitation and reconstruction (R&R) of the flood damaged roads, bridges Irrigation Schemes and flood protection works. Land acquisition is not envisaged for roads, bridges and irrigation schemes but flood protection work is expected to have some land acquisition and resettlement impacts. A land acquisition and resettlement framework (LARF) has been prepared in accordance with ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS 2009) and Pakistan's Land Acquisition Act 1894 (LAA) to address/ compensate the LAR impacts based on the land acquisition and resettlement plans (LARPs) to be prepared for the sub-projects, The project is tentatively assigned category B for Involuntary Resettlement.
Indigenous Peoples The project is located in Punjab and the northern districts of Haveli, Kotli and Poonch where no indigenous or tribal peoples, as SPS describes them to be, have been found living in or around the project areas. All displaced people (IPs) are Muslim and they do not recognize themselves as IPs. The ADB's policy on IPs is therefore not triggered. Therefore this project has been categorized as _C_ for IPs.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design

1. Participatory approaches and project activities. Preliminary discussions and consultations were held with the local communities and relevant departments to understand the potential impacts of the project. Focus group discussions were held with the representatives of the CSOs to hear their concerns and views about the project. Grievance mechanisms developed at various levels will ensure representation of the local communities and project affectees.

2. Civil society organizations. Given the scope of the project, the CSOs' role will be limited. But CSOs will be engaged for information sharing and collection of data during activities like multi-hazard assessment and mapping exercises.

During Project Implementation
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (April 2015, as amended from time to time).
Procurement Given the urgent Project needs, procurement of goods, works, and services will be carried out in a manner consistent with the simplified and expedient procedures permitted under ADB's Disaster and Emergency Assistance Policy 2004 in addition to ADB's Procurement Guidelines (April 2015, as amended from time to time),
Responsible ADB Officer Shafi, Mian S.
Responsible ADB Department Central and West Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Pakistan Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas
Islamabad, Pakistan
Planning & Dev. Dept., Govt. of the Punjab
[email protected]
CIVIL SECRETARIAT,
LAHORE, PAKISTAN
Planning & Development Department (P&D)
New Secretariat, P&D Building
Upper Chattar, Muzaffarabad, AJK
Pakistan
Timetable
Concept Clearance 12 Mar 2015
Fact Finding 08 Apr 2015 to 15 Apr 2015
MRM 08 May 2015
Approval 30 Jun 2015
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 25 Sep 2018

Loan 3264-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
30 Jun 2015 09 Jul 2015 24 Aug 2015 30 Dec 2018 30 Apr 2019 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 242.27 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 218.04 30 Jun 2015 172.01 0.00 79%
Counterpart 24.23 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 30 Jun 2015 155.76 0.00 71%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory

TA 8912-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
30 Jun 2015 04 Aug 2015 04 Aug 2015 30 Jun 2018 30 Jun 2019 -
Financing Plan/TA Utilization Cumulative Disbursements
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total Date Amount
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
2,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,000,000.00 30 Jun 2015 1,243,642.04
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory

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Title Document Type Document Date
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project – Communications and Works Component: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2016-June 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project – Planning and Development Department Component: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2016-June 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project – Planning and Development, Communication and Works and Irrigation Department Component: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2016-June 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project – AJK Road Component: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2015-June 2016) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Project Data Sheet (Urdu Translation) Translated PDS Sep 2015
Project Agreement for Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project Project/Program Agreements Jul 2015
Loan Agreement for Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Jul 2015
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Gender Action Plan Gender Action Plans Jun 2015
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Jun 2015
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Jun 2015

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards

Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Punjab Communication and Works Component Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Azad Jammu Kashmir Roads Component Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Punjab Irrigation Component Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Haveli, Kotli and Poonch Districts Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jun 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Punjab Communication and Works Component Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jun 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Punjab Irrigation Component Bi-annual Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jun 2018
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Thalair-Kotli Bridge Initial Environmental Examination Environmental Assessment and Measures Nov 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Pasrur-Narowal Road Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Apr 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Daska-Pasrur Road Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Apr 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Reconstruction of Daska–Pasrur Road Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Mar 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Reconstruction of Pasrur-Narowal Road Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Mar 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Jhelum City Flood Protection Bund Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Mar 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Muzaffargarh Flood Bund Remodeling Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Feb 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Taunsa Barrage Left Marginal Bund Remodeling Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Feb 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Qadirabad Barrage Left Marginal Bund Remodeling Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jan 2017
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Shujabad Branch Right Embankment Remodeling Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Dec 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Remodeling of Akbar and Nawabpur Flood Protection Bunds Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Nov 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Remodelling of Right Embankment of Shujabad Branch Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Nov 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Left Marginal Bund of Qadirabad Headworks Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Oct 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Left Marginal Bund of Marala Headworks Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Oct 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) Roads Component Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Sep 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) Component Social Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports May 2016
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Environmental Assessment and Review Framework May 2015
Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project: Land Acquisition and Resettlement Framework Resettlement Frameworks Apr 2015

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.

Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
GIS-Specialist - Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project Individual - Consulting Active 21 Mar 2019 27 Mar 2019
Individual Consultants for DRM component Individual - Consulting Closed 30 Jan 2018 13 Feb 2018
Individual Consultants for DRM component Individual - Consulting Closed 30 Jan 2018 13 Feb 2018
Exposure Vulnerability Assessment (Physical Infrastructure) Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Dec 2017 02 Jan 2018
Economist Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Dec 2017 02 Jan 2018
Smart Phone Application Developer Individual - Consulting Closed 28 Nov 2017 04 Dec 2017
Developer Individual - Consulting Closed 28 Nov 2017 04 Dec 2017
Visual and Publication Designer Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Nov 2017 25 Nov 2017
Project Manager Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Nov 2017 25 Nov 2017
Quality Assurance Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Nov 2017 25 Nov 2017
GIS and Remote Sensing Expert Individual - Consulting Closed 18 Oct 2017 24 Oct 2017
Agriculture Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 17 Oct 2017 23 Oct 2017
MHVRA Specialist - Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project Individual - Consulting Closed 26 Sep 2017 02 Oct 2017
Project Economist - Flood Emergency Reconstruction and Resilience Project Individual - Consulting Closed 04 Sep 2017 10 Sep 2017
Flood Vulnerable Reaches Assessment Consultant (Hydraulic Engineer) Individual - Consulting Closed 08 Jul 2017 10 Jul 2017

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
UMBRELLA PCSS FOR OPERATIONAL EXPENSES IN 2018 Loan 3264 31 Jan 2018 VARIOUS VARIOUS PAKISTAN Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas OTHERS 1,809,873.00 1,806,440.00
CONSTRUCTION OF RCC BRIDGE KOTLI TATTAPANI ROAD (B YPASS SLIDE INTERVENTION) Loan 3264 22 Dec 2017 M/S ZKA - IKAN JV BUILDING NO. 9, I-1/3 ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas CONSTRUCTION 3,153,600.00 2,840,294.00
REHABILITATION/RECONSTRUCTION (I) MEHMOODGALI-KAHU TA (PALANGI) ROAD (II) PALANGI CHIRIKOT ROAD Loan 3264 14 Dec 2017 M/S PROGRESSIVE TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES (PVT)LTD HOUSE 169, STREET 67, F-10/3 ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas CONSTRUCTION 3,242,485.00 2,838,728.00
REHABILITATION OF PASRUR-NAROWAL ROAD (DISTRICT SIALKOT & NAROWAL) Loan 3264 31 Aug 2017 VARIOUS VARIOUS SRI LANKA Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government CONSTRUCTION 8,996,950.00 8,095,333.00
REHABILITATION OF DASKA-PASRUR ROAD (DISTRICT SIALKOT) Loan 3264 31 Aug 2017 VARIOUS VARIOUS SRI LANKA Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government CONSTRUCTION 10,137,292.00 9,121,398.00
Remodeling of Left Marginal Bund (Lmb) Rd 1 500-80 000 Taunsa Barrage Loan 3264 30 Jun 2017 M/S Al-Memar Associates 740-B Faisal Tower, Lahore, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 3,431,128.00 3,076,566.00
Construction of Jhelum City Flood Protection Bund along Right Bank of River Jhelum Upstream Gt Road Bridge Package II Loan 3264 30 Jun 2017 M/S Sparco Construction Company 347 Q Block, Commercial Area, Phase II, Dha Lahore, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 8,193,667.00 7,346,960.00
Construction of Jhelum City Flood Protection Bund along Right Bank of River Jhelum Upstream Gt Road Bridge Package I Loan 3264 22 Jun 2017 M/S Sparco Construction Company 347 Q Block, Commercial Area, Phase II, Dha Lahore, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 8,412,992.00 7,543,980.00
Remodeling of Muzaffargarh Flood Bund Rd 0 000-188 000 Loan 3264 19 Jun 2017 Sparco Construction Company 347 Q Block, Commercial Area, Phase II, Dha Lahore, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 8,041,195.00 7,210,587.00
Remodelling of Selected Reaches of Jhang Flood Pro Tection Bund From Rd 0 000 To 64 000 and Thatta Ma Hala Flood Bund From Rd 0 000 To 31 000 Loan 3264 15 Jun 2017 Ghulam Rasool & Company (GRC) 6-A Lalazar Colony, Old Bahawalpur Road, Multan, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 4,902,614.00 4,394,596.00
Remodelling of Right Embankment of Shujabad Branch, Akbar & Nawabpur Flood Bunds Loan 3264 15 Jun 2017 Ghulam Rasool & Company (GRC) 6-A Lalazar Colony, Old Bahawalpur Road, Multan, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 7,739,724.00 6,937,720.00
Landslide Treatment Through Bio-Engineering Through forest Department (force Account) Loan 3264 17 May 2017 Forest Department, AJK Muzaffarabad, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 2,749,062.00 2,474,155.00
Protecting Sarai Alamgir Abadies on LMB Jhelum River Loan 3264 03 May 2017 M/S.Simcon Constrcutin Company 5-Ahmad Mian Mansion, Mian Mohd Trust Hospital Bldg., Faisalabad, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 1,108,590.00 996,287.00
Remodeling of Left Marginal Bund (LMB) of Marala Barrage Loan 3264 03 May 2017 M/S. Rana Traders Mohallah Line Par Farooqabad Vil. Teh And Dist., Sheikhupura, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 2,706,087.00 2,431,954.00
Rehab./Reconst. of Hajira-Abbaspur Road Loan 3264 03 May 2017 M/S Rustam Associates-Dynamic Constructors-JV Abbottabad ,Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 5,415,326.00 4,866,741.00
Rehab./Reconst. of Rawalakot - Hajira Road Loan 3264 03 May 2017 M/S Zka - Ikan (JV) Islamabad, Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 6,186,111.00 5,559,443.00
Rem of Minor Canals of Ramial Irrigation Subproject Including Improvement of Structures (Regadi MNR-1, Khajuria Mnr-1, Sa Radhapur, Kairatangar, Kirtanpur, Kalada, Dangapal) Loan 3264 22 Mar 2017 M/S. Rana Traders Near Railway Station Sucha Sauda Farooqabad, Sheikhupura Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 658,980.85 592,798.04
Remodeling of Sher Shah Railway Flood Bund Road 4.00 0 to 15 100 Tail Loan 3264 15 Mar 2017 Toyota Azad Motors Mirpur Azad Kashmir Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Supply of Goods 143,938.55 123,247.95
Procurment of Vehicle (Four)-Hilux Revo(V), Minimum 3.0L Diesel Engine, Double Cabin as per Specifications, Terms and Conditions Loan 3264 23 Feb 2017 M/S Zk and Associates Saddar, Rawalpindi Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Construction 7,773,798.12 6,995,697.26
Rehabilitation/Reconstruction of Azad Pattan - Rawalakot Road Loan 3264 15 Feb 2017 Various Various Pakistan Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Others 262,851.69 262,993.91

Procurement Plan

None currently available.