Govt allotted Rs.5bn for climate change division’s six ongoing project.

The government has allotted over Rs. 5 billion for six ongoing projects based on climate change division with maximum funding for its flagship project of 10 Billion Tree Tsunami programme, technically termed as (10BTT).

The government has allotted over Rs. 5 billion for six ongoing projects based on climate change division with maximum funding for its flagship project of 10 Billion Tree Tsunami programme, technically termed as (10BTT).

The government has allotted over Rs. 5 billion for six ongoing projects based on climate change division with maximum funding for its flagship project of 10 Billion Tree Tsunami programme, technically termed as (10BTT).

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As per Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2020-21, the total approximated cost of the six real-time schemes of the Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) was over Rs. 125.482 billion and near about Rs. 9.231307 billion that were utilized over these projects till June 6, 2020 whereas Rs 116.250942 billion were throw-forward till July 1, 2020. However, Rs. 5 billion were allottted for this financial year.

The 10BTT programme which was Rs 4.9 billion, has had maximum funding allocated for it. Whereas Rs. 9.051 billion had been utilized and the total project worth was over Rs 125 billion.The project was approved from ECNEC on August 28, 2019.

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The Climate Resilient Urban Human Settlements Unit project was allocated Rs 38.788 million where the total approximated cost of the project was Rs 59.288 million and Rs 20.5 were spent till June 30, 2020.

About an amount of Rs. 23.204 million was allocated for the project of Establishment of Climate Change Reporting Unit in MoCC, the total estimated project cost was Rs 44.346 million and Rs 15 million were spent till June 30, 2020.

However, Rs 20.423 million was allocated for the Sustainable Land Management Programme to Combat Desertification of Pakistan where the total estimate cost of the project was Rs 105.430 million and Rs 85.007 million were spent till June 30, 2020.

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The Establishment of Pakistan WASH strategic Planning and Coordination Cell (Facilitating Achievements of Sustainable Development Goals 6.1 and 6.2) was allocated Rs 12 million for this year where the total estimated project cost was Rs 40 million.

However, the minimum amount of funding was allotted for the Establishment of Geomatic Centre for Climate Change And Sustainable Development as Rs 5.585 million were allocated for this year where Rs 43.30 million were utilized till June 30, 2020 and the total approximated project cost was about Rs 48.885 million.

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