From livelihood support programmes to projects focusing on renewable energy, each day PPAF ccontines striving to eliminate poverty through the country.
The Programme for Poverty Reduction (PPR) is focused on districts in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA and
is being implemented in the field by 17 Partner Organisations. It aims to reduce poverty amongst the
poopulation of the selected areas through the creation of sustainable conditions of social
and economic development.
The Livelihood Support and Promotion of Small Community Infrastructure (LACIP) was initiated by PPAF
in 2012 with the financial support of the Federal Republic of Germany through KfW. It aims to improve
general living conditions, reduce vulnerability to disasters and increase income-generating opportunities
for the poor in 8 selected districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Rs.3.5 billion Prime Minister’s Interest Free Loan (PMIFL) Scheme targets districts with low
socio-economic indicators, high food insecurity and social sector investment by PPAF. There are 44 districts
receiving coverage under this programme through the work of 26 partner organisations.