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Mott MacDonald to help Pakistan reduce disaster risk

Mott MacDonald will provide technical assistance to Pakistan’s Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) for a climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction project in Punjab province.

In 2010 the Punjab province was affected by catastrophic floods. Since then the PDMA has been managing the post-disaster reconstruction programme.

Mott MacDonald will offer planning tools and recommendations on how to improve the resilience of spaces and structures to future extreme climate events.

Model villages will be developed to show how villages destroyed by the floods can be better planned, built to higher standards and with improved community infrastructure and facilities including schools, houses, health centres and other community infrastructure.

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