Islamabad: on Monday 11th January, it was reported that the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) provided approval for four social development projects with an estimated cost of Rs.20 billion. The CDWP sanctioned these schemes in a summit that was held under the chair of Mohammad Jehanzeb Khan, the Deputy Chairman (DC) of the Planning Commission.
The CDWP provided approval for the formation of a 200-bed mother and child hospital and nursing college in the district of Attock with a cost of Rs.5.82 billion. With another same project at the price of Rs.8.1 billion, according to a news source.
According to the news source, the initiative of these healthcare projects is to “improve and have easy access to maternity and newborn care services, that includes medical and surgical services to both mother and child and to make sure to strengthen precautionary services such as immunization and nutrition, etc.”
Furthermore, the forum authorized the ‘Feasibility of NIHD Centre of Excellence in Prevention, Cardiovascular Research, and Development’ at a projected cost of Rs.25 million.
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