National Poverty Graduation (NPGP) Programme

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Project Briefing

Project Overall Aim:

To assist the ultra-poor and very poor in graduating out of poverty on a sustainable basis; simultaneously improving their overall food security, nutritional status, and resilience to climate change.

The Specific Objective:

Enabling the rural poor and especially women and youth to realize their development potential and attain higher level of social and economic well-being through a proven flexible and responsive menu of assistance.


BRSP with the financial support of PPAF is implementing National Poverty Graduation Programme (NPGP) in overall District Zhob. The program includes;

  • Market Assessments
  • Asset Transfers: Tangible and Intangible asset transfers
  • Interest Free loans
  • Trainings: Functional Literacy and basic business, Basic Enterprise,
  • Development Training, Training of Interest Free Loan Recipients, Common Interest Group Trainings
  • Social Mobilization: Revitalization/Formation of Community Organizations, Village Organizations, Common Interest Groups (CIGs)
  • Community and school-based disaster risk management
  • Awareness campaigns on SDGs
  • Youth engagement activities
  • Linkages development and coordination development
  • Annual Poverty Scorecard Survey (for baseline & poverty graduation validation tracking)