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Pakistan: National Disaster Risk Management Fund

Sovereign (Public) Project | 50316-001 Status: Active

The Project will provide financial and technical support to the National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF), which is being established as a government-owned non-bank financial intermediary with a corporate structure. The NDRMF will reduce the socio-economic and fiscal vulnerability of the country and its population to natural hazards by prioritizing and financing investments in disaster risk reduction and preparedness that have high economic benefits, taking into account climate change, as well as disaster risks and their impacts. The government will pass on ADB loan funds to the NDRMF as a grant, for on-granting by NDRMF to eligible implementing partners. The NDRMF will finance up to 70% of the cost of eligible subprojects that will enhance Pakistan's resilience to extreme weather events and other natural hazards. The NDRMF will also enter into insurance arrangements to develop markets for the transfer of residual risks that cannot be mitigated.

Project Details

Project Officer
Shafi, Mian S. Central and West Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Pakistan
Sector
  • Finance
 
Project Name National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Project Number 50316-001
Country Pakistan
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Grant
Loan
Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
Grant 0519-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Government of Australia US$ 3.36 million
Loan 3473-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Ordinary capital resources US$ 75.00 million
Loan 3474-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
concessional ordinary capital resources lending / Asian Development Fund US$ 125.00 million
TA 9246-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 1.00 million
TA 9246-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Government of Switzerland US$ 400,000.00
TA 9246-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Government of Switzerland US$ 50,000.00
TA 9246-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund
Government of Switzerland US$ 520,000.00
TA 9246-PAK: Capacity Building of Disaster Risk Management Institutions
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 1.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Sector / Subsector

Finance / Infrastructure finance and investment funds - Insurance and contractual savings

Health / Disease control of communicable disease - Health care finance - Health system development

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The Project will provide financial and technical support to the National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF), which is being established as a government-owned non-bank financial intermediary with a corporate structure. The NDRMF will reduce the socio-economic and fiscal vulnerability of the country and its population to natural hazards by prioritizing and financing investments in disaster risk reduction and preparedness that have high economic benefits, taking into account climate change, as well as disaster risks and their impacts. The government will pass on ADB loan funds to the NDRMF as a grant, for on-granting by NDRMF to eligible implementing partners. The NDRMF will finance up to 70% of the cost of eligible subprojects that will enhance Pakistan's resilience to extreme weather events and other natural hazards. The NDRMF will also enter into insurance arrangements to develop markets for the transfer of residual risks that cannot be mitigated.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy Pakistan faces significant disaster risk and requires substantial financing to tackle it. The country and its population and assets are increasingly exposed and vulnerable to various types of natural hazards. It features in the list of the ten most vulnerable countries impacted by extreme weather events from 1995 to 2014. Increasing natural hazard events over the last 15 years have resulted in significant loss of life, economic damage, and the undoing of development gains. Floods occur frequently and have caused the greatest physical damage. More than 30 million people were affected by just three major floods in 2010, 2011 and 2014, resulting in damage and losses exceeding $14.0 billion. A major earthquake in 2005 caused more than 73,000 deaths and $5.0 billion in losses. The country faces tropical cyclone risk and droughts, including a drought in 2014-2015 which affected more than 3 million people. These events severely impact livelihoods of the poor and vulnerable, result in mass migration, and disrupt trade and commerce, and destabilize markets. Such events negatively impact government budgets, periodically placing significant additional demands on limited public resources for humanitarian relief, early recovery and reconstruction.
Impact A more disaster resilient Pakistan with reduced socio-economic and fiscal vulnerability to natural hazards and climate variability and change (National Disaster Management Plan (2013-2022) and Draft National Flood Protection Plan IV (2016-2026)
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Increased and sustainable institutional and physical capacity to reduce the socio-economic and fiscal impacts of natural disasters and climate change.
Progress Toward Outcome None
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

NDRMF established and made operational

Increased investment to reduce vulnerability to disasters.

Analytical work and products to improve fiscal management of disaster risks.

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

The Project suffered substantial start up delays mainly related to: (i) full appointment of Board of Directors, of the National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF, or the Fund) a government-owned Section 42 company established under the Project under Company Ordinance 1984, (ii) office establishment and staffing of the NDRMF, and (iii) development of systems and procedures for the NDRMF operations.

However, the progress substantially improved after the mid-term review mission fielded in December 2017, and the Project is now back on track. As of September 2018, the project has achieved cumulative contract award amounting to $96.9 million, and cumulative disbursement of $108.1 million representing 48% and 53% of the net loan and grant amount of $203.4 million.

The overall progress on the three outputs of the project is given below:

Output 1: NDRMF established and made operational

The NDRMF has now been substantially established with an independent board. The focus of this output was to establish a robust quality control and due diligence capacity and system within NDRMF, to ensure the quality of investments in disaster risk reduction. The NDRMF has met the effectiveness and disbursements conditions of the ADB loans and grant. The Government of Pakistan (GOP) has also released its counterpart share of $25 million. The endowment fund of the NDRMF has also been established and funds invested in one year term deposits with the National Bank of Pakistan. . The core staff including, the chief executive, chief financial officer, safeguards team, managers, external auditors and company secretary, have all been hired. The NDRMF board committees for HR, finance, audit, nomination, risk management and procurement has been notified and are functional. The first audited financial statement of the NDRMF (2017) approved by its general body has been received by ADB. The NDRMF audited statement of compliance with corporate governance guidelines has been submitted to ADB and the regulator. All essential policies, guidelines and manual related to finance, audit, procurement, human resource, social protection and safeguard functions of the NDRMF have been developed and approved by NDRMF's board. A limit of authority manual has also been prepared and finalized for approval of the Board in the next BoD meeting. The NDRMF result-based monitoring framework and its enterprise resource planning application are currently being developed. Process of institutional procurement has started.

Output 2: Increased investment to reduce vulnerability to disasters.

A subproject review criterion was developed and an accreditation process to short-list fund implementation partners (FIPs) for project implementation was advertised in August 2018. The accreditation applications of FIPs are currently being evaluated. The accreditation of FIPs and sub-project review and approval that started in August 2018 are the two essential activities to deliver this output.

Output 3: Analytical work and products to improve fiscal management of disaster risks.

This output has three sub-components; (i) disaster risk modeling, (ii) development of disaster risk financing (DRF) strategy, and (iii) development of two DRF instruments, and piloting of one.

The disaster risk modeling is to be conducted by a firm whose terms of reference have been finalized. Due to sensitivity of data to be collected and processed for this purpose, the EA wants this to be single sourced to SPARCO, for which a formal request for ADB's approval is yet to be received from the borrower.

For DRF strategy development, the four individual consultants are yet to be hired who will work under supervision of an international consultant hired by the Swiss Development Corporation for this purpose. The terms of reference of the four individual consultants are being finalized.

A DRF workshop was held in April 2018 attended by major stake holders including the industry players to reach on a consensus on the approach and methodology for development of DRF strategy and instruments, and share each other's knowledge and experience on the subject.

The work on development and piloting of the DRF instruments can only start after completion of the above two sub components.

Geographical Location Nation-wide
Safeguard Categories
Environment FI
Involuntary Resettlement FI
Indigenous Peoples FI
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects

The project is classified as financial intermediary for the environment, involuntary resettlement, and indigenous peoples. The project will not finance any category A subprojects. No significant adverse environmental impacts are anticipated, as most civil works will involve retrofitting or rehabilitating existing facilities. Negative impacts during construction will likely be short term, site-specific, and mitigable. An ESMS document has been prepared. The project may finance subprojects classified as category B for the environment in line with the requirements set out in the draft ESMS document.

NDRMF will have a Safeguards and Gender Unit (SGU) under the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) to support the conduct of safeguards, social protection, and gender due diligence in the project appraisal, monitoring, and reporting. The Director, QAG will be the ESMS Focal Point for the Fund and consolidate inputs from the SGU technical staff. The SGU will have a core technical team composed of an Environment Officer (EO), a Social Safeguards Officer (SSO), and a Social Development and Gender Officer (SDGO), supported by 3 technical/field-support and 2 administration-support staff.

Involuntary Resettlement

The project is classified as financial intermediary for the environment, involuntary resettlement, and indigenous peoples. Proposals that involve no or limited involuntary resettlement impacts will be prioritized. An ESMS document has been prepared. The project may finance subprojects classified as category B for the involuntary resettlement in line with the requirements set out in the draft ESMS document.

NDRMF will have a Safeguards and Gender Unit (SGU) under the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) to support the conduct of safeguards, social protection, and gender due diligence in the project appraisal, monitoring, and reporting. The Director, QAG will be the ESMS Focal Point for the Fund and consolidate inputs from the SGU technical staff. The SGU will have a core technical team composed of an Environment Officer (EO), a Social Safeguards Officer (SSO), and a Social Development and Gender Officer (SDGO), supported by 3 technical/field-support and 2 administration-support staff.

Indigenous Peoples

The project is classified as financial intermediary for the environment, involuntary resettlement, and indigenous peoples. No impacts on indigenous peoples are anticipated. An ESMS document has been prepared. The project may finance subprojects classified as category B for the indigenous peoples in line with the requirements set out in the draft ESMS document.

NDRMF will have a Safeguards and Gender Unit (SGU) under the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) to support the conduct of safeguards, social protection, and gender due diligence in the project appraisal, monitoring, and reporting. The Director, QAG will be the ESMS Focal Point for the Fund and consolidate inputs from the SGU technical staff. The SGU will have a core technical team composed of an Environment Officer (EO), a Social Safeguards Officer (SSO), and a Social Development and Gender Officer (SDGO), supported by 3 technical/field-support and 2 administration-support staff.

Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design During the design stage, extensive consultations were made with all stakeholders including the Federal and Provincial Governments, international development partners, institutions handling disasters, civil society organizations, and academia (both public and private sector).
During Project Implementation

The NDRMF is the implementing agency for this project. It will provide financial and technical support to government and nongovernment partners to implement the NDMP and NFFP-IV. It will assess and prioritize subprojects for which ongranting is requested. The NDRMF will (i) adopt acceptable corporate and financial governance and management practices (e.g., the Code of Corporate Governance, 2012); (ii) have its accounts and financial statements audited annually by independent auditors in a manner acceptable to ADB; (iii) have adequate policies, systems, and procedures to assess and monitor subprojects' economic, social, and environmental impacts (e.g., adopt an environmental and social management system [ESMS], and prepare necessary safeguard documents, where applicable); and (iv) ensure that an economic internal rate of return (EIRR) of at least 12% for works and equipment subprojects is achieved. The NDRMF will also monitor the implementation performance of approved subprojects.

The Economic Affairs Division of the Ministry for Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics and Privatization, which is responsible for donor coordination across all sectors, will be the NDRMF's executing agency. It will ensure the effective coordination of NDRMF and other donor support for DRM through a common mechanism, which will oversee all DRM assistance in the country at the federal level. At the provincial and regional levels, coordination committees led by planning agencies and supported by the NDRMF will facilitate a coordinated approach and collective monitoring and accountability in the implementation of a DRM agenda across the regions. These committees, which will include representation from all key DRM stakeholders, will also provide an ideal platform for deepening DRM mainstreaming work in the provinces

Business Opportunities
Consulting Services As per approved procurement plan and following ADB guidelines.
Procurement As per approved procurement plan and following ADB guidelines.
Responsible ADB Officer Shafi, Mian S.
Responsible ADB Department Central and West Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Pakistan Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs
Block Q, Pakistan Secretariat
Islamabad, ICT, Pakistan 44000
Timetable
Concept Clearance 19 Jul 2016
Fact Finding 20 Jul 2016 to 05 Aug 2016
MRM 09 Sep 2016
Approval 23 Nov 2016
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 25 Sep 2018

Grant 0519-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
23 Nov 2016 02 Dec 2016 27 Dec 2016 17 May 2020 30 Nov 2021 -
Financing Plan Grant Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 3.36 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 23 Nov 2016 0.00 0.94 28%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 3.36 23 Nov 2016 0.00 0.55 16%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - Unsatisfactory - Unsatisfactory

Loan 3473-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
23 Nov 2016 02 Dec 2016 27 Dec 2016 17 May 2020 30 Nov 2021 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 100.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 75.00 23 Nov 2016 27.29 0.00 36%
Counterpart 25.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 23 Nov 2016 22.35 0.00 30%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - Unsatisfactory - Unsatisfactory

Loan 3474-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
23 Nov 2016 02 Dec 2016 27 Dec 2016 17 May 2020 30 Nov 2021 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 153.24 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 125.00 23 Nov 2016 104.84 0.00 86%
Counterpart 28.24 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 23 Nov 2016 111.42 0.00 91%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - Unsatisfactory - Unsatisfactory

TA 9246-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
23 Nov 2016 17 Mar 2017 17 Mar 2017 01 Dec 2019 31 Oct 2021 -
Financing Plan/TA Utilization Cumulative Disbursements
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total Date Amount
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
2,050,000.00 920,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,970,000.00 23 Nov 2016 780,567.38
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - - - Unsatisfactory - Unsatisfactory

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Title Document Type Document Date
Amendments to the Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations), Loan Agreement (Special Operations) and Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for Loan 3473 and 3474-PAK(SF) and Grant 0519-PAK(EF): National Disaster Risk Management Fund Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Jun 2020
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2016-June 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Mar 2020
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2018-June 2019) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2019
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2017-June 2018) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2018
پاکستان: نیشنل ڈیزاسٹر رسک مینجمنٹ فنڈ Translated PDS Mar 2017
Project Agreement for Loans 3473-3474 and Grant 0519-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund Project/Program Agreements Dec 2016
Loan Agreement (Special Operations) for Loan 3474-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund Loan Agreement (Special Operations) Dec 2016
Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for Grant 0519-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund Grant Agreement Dec 2016
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3473-PAK: National Disaster Risk Management Fund Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Dec 2016
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Nov 2016
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Gender Action Plan Gender Action Plans Nov 2016
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Oct 2016
National Disaster Risk Management Fund: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Oct 2016

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.

None currently available.

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

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Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Health Management Specialist (Pulmonologist ) National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Jun 2020 03 Jul 2020
Health Management Specialist (Epidemiologist) - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Jun 2020 03 Jul 2020
Project Coordinator (National) - National Disaster Risk Management Project Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Feb 2020 19 Feb 2020
Provincial Coordinator (Balochistan) - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Feb 2020 18 Feb 2020
Provincial Coordinator - Sindh - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Feb 2020 18 Feb 2020
Provincial Coordinator - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Feb 2020 18 Feb 2020
National Coordinator - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 05 Feb 2020 18 Feb 2020
Regional Coordinator - Northern Region -- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 04 Feb 2020 10 Feb 2020
Provincial Coordinator Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Dec 2019 22 Dec 2019
Tax Advisory Consultant- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 07 Dec 2019 21 Dec 2019
Disaster Risk Financing Consultant (International) Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Oct 2019 31 Oct 2019
Human Resource Management Specilaist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 09 Oct 2019 23 Oct 2019
Consultancy Services Firm - Consulting Closed 30 Jun 2019 29 Jul 2019
Infrastructrure Specialist, Water Resources Expert, Flood Management Expert Individual - Consulting Closed 22 Jun 2019 28 Jun 2019
Public Finance Management Specialist-National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Feb 2019 28 Feb 2019
Disaster Risk Financing Specialist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Feb 2019 28 Feb 2019
Agriculture Insurance Specialist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Feb 2019 28 Feb 2019
Insurance Specialist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 13 Feb 2019 28 Feb 2019
Audit Firm - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Firm - Consulting Closed 21 Dec 2018 07 Jan 2019
M&E Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 02 Nov 2018 08 Nov 2018
Project Economic & Financial Analysis Specialist- NDRMF Individual - Consulting Closed 11 Oct 2018 22 Oct 2018
Procurement and Conract Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 20 Sep 2018 29 Sep 2018
GIS Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
Infrastructure Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
Community based Disaster Risk Management Specialist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
Structural Design Engineering Specialist- National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
Hydrologist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
Climate Change Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Sep 2018 24 Sep 2018
National Coordinator Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Jun 2018 28 Jun 2018
Architect, Interior Designer - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 05 Jun 2018 11 Jun 2018
Communication Specialist NDRMF Individual - Consulting Closed 10 May 2018 16 May 2018
MHVRA - Climate Change Expert - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 26 Sep 2017 02 Oct 2017
Monitoring and Evaluation Expert Individual - Consulting Closed 30 Jun 2017 09 Jul 2017
Environmental Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Jun 2017 06 Jul 2017
Technical Advisor (Legal Expert) - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017
Economist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017
Monitoring and Evaluation Expert - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017
Disaster Risk Management Expert - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 06 May 2017
Financial Management Specialist - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017
Interdepartmental Climate Change Coordinator - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017
Disaster Risk Financing Expert - National Disaster Risk Management Fund Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2017 04 May 2017

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-NATIONAL DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (NDMA) Loan 3474 03 Feb 2020 NATIONAL DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY PRIME MINISTER OFFICE, 2ND FLOOR, G-5/1, CONSTITUTION AVE, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,796,021.74 1,007,959.13
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-EMERGENCY RESCUE SERVICES , KP Loan 3473 22 Jan 2020 EMERGENCY RESCUE SERVICES, KP HEADQUARTER ERS, SADDAR ROAD, PESHAWAR, KP, PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 3,969,236.72 2,780,974.21
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-HOME & PRISON DEPARTMENT & GB EMERGENCY SERVICES, GILIGIT BALTISTAN Loan 3473 21 Jan 2020 HOME & PRISON DEPT & GB EMERGENCY SERVICE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES, NEAR GPO G ARRI BAGH, GILGIT PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 2,263,337.23 1,585,859.78
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-MUSLIM AID PAKISTAN Loan 3473 21 Jan 2020 MUSLIM AID PAKISTAN 1ST FLOOR, EXECUTIVE BUSINESS CENTER, FE CHS, E-11/2, ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 2,591,847.95 1,816,038.43
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT, AJK Loan 3473 21 Jan 2020 COMMUNICATIONS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT, AJK SECRETARIAT, C&W, MUZAFFARABAD, AJK PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 4,008,211.50 2,808,446.44
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-PUBLIC WORKS, GILIGIT BAL TISTAN Loan 3473 21 Jan 2020 PUBLIC WORKS, GILIGIT BALTISTAN P&D, GOVERNMENT OF GILGIT-BALTISTAN, CIV IL SECRETARIAT, GILGIT PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 4,632,772.84 3,246,059.84
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-PAKISTAN POVERTY ALLEVIAT ION FUND (PPAF) Loan 3473 21 Jan 2020 PAKISTAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION FUND PLOT 14, ST 12, MAUVE AREA, G-8/1, ISB PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 5,327,678.16 3,732,961.38
SINGLE SOURCE SELECTION OF SUPARCO DEVELOPMENT OF GEOREFERENCED DATABASE FOR NATCAT MODELING Loan 3473 16 Dec 2019 M/S PAKISTAN SPACE AND UPPER ATMOSPHERE RESEA ST 12, MAUVE AREA, G-8/1, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs CONSULTANCY 2,514,446.64 2,261,967.97
SINGLE SOURCE SELECTION OF SUPARCO DEVELOPMENT OF GEOREFERENCED DATABASE FOR NATCAT MODELING Loan 3474 16 Dec 2019 M/S PAKISTAN SPACE AND UPPER ATMOSPHERE RESEA ST 12, MAUVE AREA, G-8/1, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs CONSULTANCY 2,514,446.64 2,261,967.97
PROTECTION OF VILLAGE ABADIES SHAHPUR CHANJORA, FA TEHPUR GUJRAN AND SUKHO CHAK AGAINST THE EROSIVE A CTION OF BEIN NULLAH IN DISTRICT NAROWAL Loan 3473 08 Oct 2019 PUNJAB IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT LAHORE PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,042,234.54 731,366.26
REHABILITATION/RESTORATION OF JALALA FLOOD PROTECT ION BUND FROM RD 0 000 TO 26 700 Loan 3473 08 Oct 2019 PUNJAB IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT LAHORE PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,004,969.15 945,420.14
REHABILITATION/RESTORATION OF HAJIPUR GUJRAN FLOOD PROTECTION BUND RD: 0 000 TO 37 750 Loan 3473 08 Oct 2019 PUNJAB IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT LAHORE PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 3,202,981.23 2,247,613.86
REHABILITATION OF OLD DEG NULLAH FROM DEG DIVERSIO N CHANNEL TO Q.B LINK CANAL Loan 3473 08 Oct 2019 PUNJAB IRRIGATION DEPARMENT LAHORE PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 2,466,317.82 1,730,679.92
NDRMF AGREEMENT WITH FIP-AGA KHAN FOUNDATION (AKF ) AS LEAD PARTNER AND AGAKHAN PLANNING AND BUILDI NG SERVICES AS 2ND PARTNER Loan 3473 07 Aug 2019 AGA KHAN FOUNDATION (JV) LEVEL 9, SERENA BUSINESS COMPLEX, ISLAMA BAD, PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 5,250,544.62 3,733,401.12
20 MONTHS CONTRACT EFFECTIVE FROM 15 MAY 2019 Loan 3473 20 Jun 2019 NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY PRIME MINISTER OFFICE, 2ND FLOOR, G-5/1, CONSTITUTION AVE, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,767,508.29 1,227,490.56
18 MONTHS CONTRACT EFFECTIVE FROM 15 MAY 2019 Loan 3473 20 Jun 2019 PAKISTAN RED CRESCENT SOCIETY NATIONAL HQ COMPLEX, H8, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,452,304.27 1,008,589.21
18 MONTHS CONTRACT EFFECTIVE FROM 16 MAY 2019 Loan 3473 20 Jun 2019 ISLAMIC RELIEF PAKISTAN AN ARCADE, ST 87, G-13/1, ISLAMABAD PAKISTAN PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,225,973.38 851,408.03
UMBRELLA PCSS FOR NDRMF OPERATIONS - 2019 Loan 3474 02 May 2019 VARIOUS VARIOUS PAKISTAN Ministry of Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs OTHERS 1,768,211.92 1,768,211.92

Procurement Plan