Component 1: Public Space and Mobility Improvements in Selected Neighborhoods.
Under This component interventions selected neighborhoods (Saddar, Malir and Korangi) are proposed under framework mechanism focusing on enhanced public spaces and pedestrian safety.
Component 2: Support to Improved Administrative Services and City Capacity Development; This component focuses on interventions for Automation of Construction Permits (one window facility for SBCA)and laying the foundation for better Management (IFMIS for KMC).
Component 3: Support to Implementation and Technical Assistance.
The project will benefit women in following ways:
Inclusion of voices: In all stakeholder consultation meetings, women are included and their opinions have been incorporated.
Increase access and mobility:The various aspects of the project such as improving neighborhoods through construction of roads and public parks which have designated seats for women directly increase access and mobility of women to the public places. In Saddar parking Piazza, separate area will be allocated for women driver.
Increase safety and security: The project will increase women safety and security by providing proper street lights, pelican crossing, proper road sign, separate washroom for women at park and other public places & separate waiting areas for women at the bus stops.
|PCRs protected under Antiquities Act 1975|
|S#||PCR protected under Antiquities Act||Distance (ft.)|
|1||Wazir Mansion, birthplace of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Bundar quarters, Kharadar, Karachi||4,708|
|2||Chaukhandi Tombs, near Landhi on National Highway, Karachi||82,960|
|3||Lakho Shaikh (Baluch) Graveyard, Kharkhro, Karachi||91,700|
|4||Khaliq Dina Hall and Library, M.A. Jinnah Road, Karachi||1,240|
|5||Frere Hall, Karachi||4,168|
|6||Flag Staff House (Quaid-e- Azam House Museum), Karachi||3,698|
|7||Mausoleum of the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Karachi||9,954|
|8||Jam Bijar Fort (or Banbhore), Mirpur Sakro, Karachi||169,810|
The neighborhoods have been selected in consultation with the Government and stakeholders according to such criteria and considerations as potential to demonstrate the project’s impact on livability; complementarity with ongoing or future public investment; low anticipated negative social and environmental impacts; ethnicity and political balance; and potential for engagement with low-income and vulnerable groups (including youth and women).