Sindh government, the World Bank, and cooperation in the area of ​​solid waste management

Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and the World Bank Country Director for Pakistan Sindh, Patchamuthu Illangovan, solid waste management authority (SSWMA) have agreed to work together in order to be effective, the Chief Minister House said in a statement issued Friday.

This decision - to improve the rural economy, with the home includes a modification of the cropping, CM Shah was adopted during a meeting between Illangovan. As well as Naheed Shah, Sindh, Planning and Development (P & D), Chairman of the Board and the Secretary General and Chief Minister (PSCM) Sajid Jamal ABRO.

Speaking about SSWMA, the high capacity of this new body and, if necessary, to work with the best scientific and efficiency.

The World Bank President, said that he would send him a regional solid waste management experts.

Only with the help of the P & D, a detailed plan for solid waste disposal and management, and increase the opportunities for them to improve the efficiency of its own, as well as a self-sufficient organization that is designed to help, Illangovan added.

In the first stage, it will be the headquarters of the district, and later separated, and she will come.

Shah regional growers and farmers, the traditional high-deltaic, which deals with low-yield agriculture. "I deltaic plants that can be grown with high yield and cropping to introduce fundamental changes to improve the economy," he added.

CM separately cropping system, as well as small and growing need to develop proposals for the ministry said. "We are in the garden, Carla and cash crops in the hands of their need to increase their income," he said.

Illangovan Karachi global agricultural experts brought with him, and they have to prepare a plan for the implementation stage.

In this regard, the Shah, the provincial government, thar, including the various areas of maternal and child health and nutrition programs said they are working on. This has led to positive results, he added.

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