FATA & KP News – Latest News from Fata & KP at Radio TNN

 Breaking News


LG Minister Inayatullah launches CDLD program

LG Minister Inayatullah launches CDLD program

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister for local governments Inayatullah launching web portal of Community Driven Local Development (CDLD) in Peshawar on Monday.

January 11, 2016


PESHAWAR, 11 January: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Inayatullah Khan launched the communication strategy for the Community-Driven Local Development (CDLD) program here on Monday.

In his opening remarks, the minister said,“strategic communication management for CDLD is one of our main priorities with citizen participation as the focus of strategyimplementation, development of the communication material, launching of the CDLD website and activities for citizen engagement are some of the significant measures which are already underway”.

The minister also launched the official website www.cdldta.pkof CDLD program. “Our government is focused on bridging the gap between the state and citizens. Today’s launching of communication strategy lays down a strong foundation for the implementation of the strategic communication action plan,” the minster added.

Team Leader of the CDLD Program, Brian Fawcett briefed the participants about overall CDLD policy framework and its implementation progress. The participants were informed that the strategy has been formulated in a stepwise methodology to integrate the five key components of strategic communication including setting the communication framework, analyzing the communication stakeholders, formulating the core communication messages, specifying the communication tools and outlining the three-year communication action plan.

The communication strategy of the CDLD is stretched across a three-year time period to cover the broad spectrum of media communication and public awareness fields to enlighten, educate and engage target communities at the grassroots level. The CDLDProgram was rolled out in 2014 by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with the Euros 64 million financial assistance of the European Union to pilot the Provincial Government’s CDLD Policy in the selected districts of Malakand Division, including Chitral, Lower Dir, Malakand, Shangla, Swat and Upper Dir.


Related Articles


No Comments Yet!

There are no comments at the moment, do you want to add one?

Write a comment

Only registered users can comment.


Fata Reforms


  • Absenteeism of teachers, damaged buildings make 900 schools non-functional in FATA

    In tribal areas of Pakistan, more than 800 schools have been closed or still remained non-functional due to poor law and order situation in the region. A large number of schools were either damaged or destroyed by Taliban when they were in control of major parts of FATA.  Since majority of displaced populations have returned […]

  • Returnees and displaced families from FATA seek food security

    Hundreds of displaced families from North and South Waziristan and Khyber Agency are still living a displaced life. However, the IDPs and repatriated from Fata have claimed that government was, seemingly, least interested to facilitate and provide food to the terrorism-affected tribal people.

  • Political parties running campaigns to increase vote bank among repatriated people of FATA

    Political hustle and bustle have been gaining vigor at the in the areas of return in FATA with public gatherings being organized at hujras and local offices of political parties ahead of forthcoming general elections.During 2013 general elections thousands of families from different agencies of Fata were living in camps and with relatives due to military operations.


April 2018
« Mar