The project funded the repair and maintenance of units 14 at the Jamshoro Thermal Power Station located near the city of Hyderabad in Sindh. The project aimed to regain the power generation capacity that had been lost over the years due to the aging of the equipment and deferred maintenance at the station.
The program seeks to strengthen Pakistan's power generation and transmission systems and promote relevant policy reform. The project provides advice and technologies, as well as oversees USAIDfunded construction and repairs of thermal power plants and dams. Through these and other efforts, the project is helping the Government of Pakistan to put more power on the national grid, decrease losses in revenues, and increase cost recovery by the power generation institutions.
This project funded the repair and rehabilitation of the Muzaffargarh Thermal Power Plant located 45 kilometers southwest of Multan City in southern Punjab. The power station has a 1,350 megawatts (MW) installed capacity, but before the USAID funded repairs, the plant was only producing 835 MW due to the aging equipment, deferred maintenance, and lack of proper fuel.
This project helped modernize three (out of the total of 14) generators at the Tarbela hydroelectric power station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa near the border with Afghanistan.
Through this project, USAID funds the repairs and maintenance work at the Guddu Power Station in northern Sindh. Upon completion, the project will increase the station's generation capacity by at least 75 megawatts enough power to supply electricity to about 100,000 households.
This project performs a comprehensive assessment of environmental and social impact of the proposed multipurpose Kuram Tangi dam and irrigation system.
The program works to increase the amount of power that is available to consumers by helping various entities in the power distribution chain to improve their performance.
Through this project, USAID funds the construction of the Satpara Dam, a multipurpose water and power facility at the edge of the Skardu City in GilgitBaltistan near the border with China and India.
The Demographic Health Survey Project supports the implementation of the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) 201213. This survey provides highquality data and analysis to support evidencebased health policymaking and programming in Pakistan. The survey is similar to ones funded by the U.S. Government in 85 countries over the last 27 years. A previous Pakistan DHS supported by USAID was released in 20062007, and it focused on providing data about the status of key maternal and child health and family planning indicators in the country.
Last updated: April 01, 2015