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Protection of Village Abadies Shahpur Chanjora, Fatehpur Gujran and Sukho Chak against the Erosive Action of Bein Nullah

Protection of Village Abadies Shahpur Chanjora, Fatehpur Gujran, and Sukho Chak against the Erosive Action of Bein Nullah

Project Code:  GB-05

Fund Implementing Partner: Punjab Irrigation Department

Project Profile

Grant Implementation Signing Date

19th September 2019

Project Start Date

19th September 2019

Project End Date

10th June , 2023

Completion Time (Duration)

44 Months

  • Thematic Area: Flood Resilience
  • Entity: Public


The Data is Not Available



1.  Number of flood protection/river trainning works constructed/improved
  • Construction of Spurs 9 Nos.
  • Construction of stone pitching 5 Nos.
2. KM of critical flood disaster risk reduction structures retrofitted and /or reconstructed
  • Rehabilitaion of embankment 1.16 KM
  • Funding Ratio :

70%-NDRMF Share

30%-FIP Share

    Project Size: Medium (<500)

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Total Project Cost
  • Status :
Project Objective
  • Improve resilience to flooding
  • Rehabilitate and raise existing flood defence and manage the risk of flooding
Project Outcome

 Increased physical capacity to reduce the socioeconomic and fiscal impacts of natural hazards

Project Impact

A more disaster-resilient Pakistan with reduced socioeconomic and fiscal vulnerability to natural hazards and climate variability and change

Geographical Coverage

 07 villages of Tehsil Shakargarh, District Narowal

Geographical Coverage

Project Gallery

InterventionsProvinceDistrictProject Site
1. Construction of Sloping Studs 5 No.PunjabNarowalShahpur Chanjora
2. Construction of Ganda Bund 2 No.PunjabNarowalFathehpur Gujran
3. Construction of CunnettePunjabNarowalFathehpur Gujran
4. Restoration of BundPunjabNarowalChakra
5. Construction of StudPunjabNarowalChakra
6. Construction of Stud 4 No.sPunjabNarowalNegrota
7. Restoration of Embankment and Stone Pitching at Side SlopePunjabNarowalGole

Targeted Beneficiary

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Indirect Beneficiaries
Project Description

Bein Nullah enters into Pakistan from Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, near the village of Sukmal in Tehsil Shakargarh and falls into River Ravi. The Nullah poses a severe threat to the villages nearby because of its average steep slope. During the years of 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, erosion was observed in Bein Nullah, endangering life and property in nearby villages. There was dire need to build this mitigation scheme which will serve communities especially farmers, laborers and the poor living in these 07 villages.

Contact Person

Name Rizwan Shahzad

Designation: Deputy Manager (Projects and Operations)

Tel: +92(300) 4898771           Fax: +92-51-9108300                         Email: rizwan.shehzad@ndrmf.pk

Address: 5th Floor, NDRMF EOBI House G-10/4 Islamabad

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