RAHA project explorer

The Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) programme is an important element of the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees (SSAR) in Pakistan. The programme contains many small joint venture projects between the Government of Pakistan, UN agencies, national & international NGOs and communities in areas where Afghan refugees are living or have lived.

Since 2009, 4,185 projects have been completed by over 90 organisations. To find out more about specific RAHA projects use the links below to search for projects, view the projects on a map or analyse overall project implementation.

Improving education facilities in Killa Abdullah (Balochistan)

Provision of furniture and science equipment in GHS Anayatullah Karez

Construction of pour flush latrine in Quetta (Balochistan)

Latrine and lane sewer in Salim town, Quetta

Greenhouse installation in Killa Saifullah (Balochistan)

Improving household income through diversified livelihood opportunities in Killi New Kashmir

Improvement of basic health unit in Peshawar (KP)

Construction of waiting room in BHU Wadpaga

Street improvements in Swabi (KP)

Construction of street pavement and drains in Batlasi

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