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Punjab Intermediate Cities Improvement Investment Project

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Other

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Projects in this Sector: 251

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Community health and safety

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 359

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Consultation and disclosure

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 526

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Displacement (physical and/or economic)

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 481

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Environmental

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 387

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Livelihoods

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 344

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Other

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 215

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Pollution

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 226

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Unknown

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Projects with this Issue Raised: 719

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Project Information

Investment ID: TA 9465-PAK

Bank: Asian Development Bank

Environmental Category: Unkno

Country: Pakistan

Region: South Asia

Approval Date: Dec. 15, 2017

Investment Types: Advisory services

Total Project Cost: USD 225000

Total Complaints: 4

Description

Pakistan's rate of urbanization is unprecedented, where cumulatively the population of its cities has expanded by over 70% during the past 2 decades alone. As a result, its cities have and continue to experience relentless urban densification and expansion, resulting in ever-increasing demand for urban services and growing pressures on urban service institutions to deliver. This situation has become acute in many cities, and especially Pakistan's intermediate cities, where urban delivery institutions are increasingly unable to cope, resulting in significant environmental degradation, unhealthy public spaces, and a severe shortage of civic amenities. The classic hallmarks of strained urban development are apparent in many cities, including unplanned and overcrowded settlements and residential areas, traffic-clogged streets and arterials, irregular and poor quality water supplies, and serious environmental and public health impacts caused by poorly functioning liquid and solid waste management systems.

Investments

Investment Type ID Amount Status Bank Client
Advisory services TA 9465-PAK USD 225000 Planned ADB