PKSF’s Programme Implementation Unit (PIU) of the Pathways to Prosperity project held a number of virtual meetings with the technical staff recruited by the partner organisations.
Project Coordinators, Technical Officers and Assistant Technical Officers from 19 implementing partner organisations took part in the meetings.
The meetings discussed Hygiene and Self-Protection; Nutrition Situation, Livelihoods Intervention for the extremely poor households in the wake of Covid-19 outbreak and Post-Ampan situation.
The Prosperity programme, jointly funded by the UK’s Department for International Development and the European Union, supports extremely poor people to connect them with the mainstream economic growth and create income-generating opportunities for their sustainable development.
It aims to lift 01 million people from 2,50,000 households out of extreme poverty by March 2025.