Which country insisted Pakistan Warsak Dam?

Which country insisted Pakistan Warsak Dam?

the Canadian Government
Warsak Dam was completed under the Colombo Plan in two phases and financed by the Canadian Government. The first phase was completed in 1960 and consisted of the construction of the dam.

How is the Warsak Dam useful?

irrigation of Indus River The Warsak multipurpose project on the Kābul River, about 12 miles (19 km) northwest of Peshawar, provides irrigation for food crops and fruit orchards in the Peshawar valley and is designed to produce 240,000 kilowatts of electricity.

Who started Mohmand dam?

Prime Minister Imran Khan
After completion of initial planning, study, financing, consultation and cooking up by previous governments finally, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated construction of Mohmand Dam on May 2, 2019. Its expected completion date is 2024. On May 21, 2019 WAPDA signed the contract agreement worth Rs9.

What government did Warsak Dam complete?

Warsak. Warsak Hydroelectric Project is located on River Kabul at about 30 KM from Peshawar in Distt. Peshawar (KPK). The Project was completed under Colombo Plan in two phases, financed by Canadian Government.

Is Warsak dam a small dam?

8. Warsak Dam. Warsak Dam is another huge concrete dam located at the Kabul River in the valley of Peshawar.

On which river is Warsak Dam?

Kabul River
Located in Northwest Pakistan on the Kabul River, the dam was built in the 1960s but is now suffering from dilapidated electromechanical equipment that has been heavily eroded and the siltation of the reservoir.

On which river is Warsak dam located?

the Kabul River

What is the capacity of Mohmand dam?

1.239 MAF
Mohmand Dam Project

On Swat River about 5 km upstream of Munda Head Works in Mohmand Tribal District, KP. View Videos of Mohmand Dam
Gross Storage 1.239 MAF
Live Storage 0.676 MAF
Power Generation 800 MW

When did Warsak dam built?

1960Warsak Dam / Opened

Which dam is biggest in Pakistan?

Tarbela Dam
Tarbela Dam is located in Pakistan and is the world’s largest fill-type dam. It is built over the River Indus near the small town of Tarbela in the Haripur District of the country.