Lakki Marwat

Lakki Marwat came into being as a new district of Bannu Division on 1st July 1992.The area consisting of arid plains could not be developed due to an number of constraints,including water shortage and lack of irrigation networks-due to which it inherited an extremely weak agricultural base.

Transport and mineral sector are the main stay of the economic life of the people of the area,while agriculture is the main source of livelihood of the rural population.Total area of Lakii Marwat district is 3164 sq km with a population density of 238 persons per sq km.The total population of Lakki Marwat district is 753,672 in 2011-12 whereas total cultivated area in the district is 116,900 hectares.


The street pavement work of brick-soling is in-progress in village Kotka Imam Din, Union Council Marmandi Aazim, District Lakki Marwat. Male Community Based Organization (MCBO) Falah Behbood Amman is engaged in this scheme with the technical & financial assistance of KP-SADP.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Southern Area Development Project (KP-SADP) conducted "Fund Admin & Contract Management Training" for community capacity building of district DIKhan in which total 120 members of 30 Community Based Organization (CBOs) participated.
Students of Mass Communication Department, Gomal University DIKhan field activity at Vocational Training Center established by KP-SADP.
Mr. Ghulam Habib, Project Director Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Southern Area Development Project (KP-SADP) Pakistan receiving the Country Winner Award (South Asian Procurement Innovative Award-SAPIA) from Ms. Elmas Arisoy, World Bank South Asia Procurement Manager. Project Director KP-SADP is pleased the performance of HR/Admin, MIS & Procurement Section.
Commissioner DIKhan Division Abdul Ghafoor Baig inspecting different developmental schemes of KP-SADP in DIKhan along with project staff.