Welcome to MDTF
The Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Balochistan was established in August 2010 as one of the key instruments to support the reconstruction, rehabilitation, reforms and other interventions needed to build peace and create the conditions for sustainable development in the aftermath of the 2009 crisis. The MDTF is administered by the World Bank and supported by eleven development partners - Australia, Denmark, European Union, Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Turkey, UK, and the USA.
MDTF ROUND II
With Round I of the MDTF completing in June 2015 (with the exception of a few projects that will be extended), Round II is being planned. Drawing from lessons learned and other research studies, Round II will adopt a programmatic approach which is more flexible, strategic, responsive, and less fragmented. Consultative sessions have been held with the provincial governments and the FATA Secretariat to identify key development priorities for Round II. The three programme pillars are; growth and job creation, policy reform and governance and service delivery. Round II will also have a crisis response mechanism to provide support to the Internally Displaced Persons and a competitive window to reward good performance. The cross-cutting themes are gender, strategic communications, monitoring and evaluation, conflict sensitivity and state-citizen trust.
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