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The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) had agreed to provide a loan amounting to $82.6m to the Government of Pakistan (GoP) for NPGP on highly concessional rates, free of interest with 0.75pc per annum service charges and a maturity period of 40 years, including 10 years as grace period.
The ECC, therefore, approved relaxation in the relending policy for provision of $82.6m as grant to PPAF for BISP beneficiaries under the NPGP.
Congressional justification for denying the FY2013 preparedness grant consolidation included concern over the lack of congressional authorization for the NPGP and lack of clarity in how the program would be implemented.
Proposed in the President's FY 2013 budget, the NPGP would have required states to only pass funding to Urban Area Security Initiative recipients; the remainder of the funds--of which more than 80 percent is currently required to be passed directly to local jurisdictions--would have gone to the state to be distributed based on state and national threat and risk assessments.
Responding to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) lack of detail on how grants would be implemented and no assurances that the needs of localities would be met under NPGP, NLC sent a series of letters to both Congress and the Administration.
In collaboration with International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Government of Pakistan, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) is implementing National Poverty Graduation Programme (NPGP) in 17 districts across Pakistan.
NPGP aims to assist the ultra-poor and very poor in graduating out of poverty on a sustainable basis; simultaneously improving their overall food security, nutritional status and resilience to climate change.
FEMA's NPGP proposal does not provide substantial details on how the grant program may work, or what safeguards may be in place to ensure local threats and preparedness gaps actually are being met.
NLC, along with other national organizations representing state and local governments, law enforcement and fire services, was not consulted regarding the NPGP proposal before it was proposed in the FY 2013 budget.
ISLAMABAD -- The government will launch a project of National Poverty Graduation Programme (NPGP) and for this purpose Rs 9.5 billion (US $ 82.6 million) have been allocated during the next fiscal year 2018-19.
The NPGP allows distribution of assets to 156,240 households in 372 Union Councils across the country.
In collaboration with IFAD and Government of Pakistan, PPAF is implementing National Poverty Graduation Programme (NPGP) in 17 districts across Pakistan.
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