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Livelihood Support and Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure
The Livelihood Support and Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure (LACIP) was initiated with the financial support of the Federal Republic of Germany through KfW.
The successful implementation of the first phase of the programme led to the development of second phase which is also nearing completion now. So far, the programme has improved general
living conditions of the poor households, reduced their vulnerability to disasters increased income-generating opportunities and imparted good governance though linking local communities
with local governments in 71 union councils of 11 districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Livelihood Support and Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure Project (LACIP) was implemented from April 2012-2017 to improve the general living conditions and quality of life of the poor in 8 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Using some unspent funds, LACIP-I Extension was designed to invest in physical infrastructure, livelihoods, and social mobilisation of 2 UCs of Upper Dir. 9 out of 12 area upgradation projects have been completed while the remaining three are also near completion.
Following the satisfactory performance under LACIP-I, the second phase, LACIP-II, commenced with the overall objective of contributing to the betterment of the living conditions of poor people and stabilization of under-served areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. As LACIP-II concludes, the programme targets on institutional development, community physical infrastructure and livelihood and enterprise development have successfully been achieved.