Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) was established through an Act of Parliament in 1958. It is an autonomous and statutory body under the administrative control of the Federal Government. The Authority consists of a Chairman and three Members (Water, Power and Finance). Wapda was unbundled in the year 2007 whereby the functions of its Power wing were redefined asHydel Power Generation and Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of power houses. Following unbundling of its power wing, WAPDA’s mandate is, now development of water and hydropower resources in an efficient manner.
In order to meet the requirements of the country in both water and hydropower sectors with an ultimate object to put Pakistan on the track of development, WAPDA has planned to construct five multi-dimensional water storage dams during the next 3-12 years. The building of these dams will not only help address acute water challenge but also produce cheap and clean hydroelectricity.
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LAHORE: Shafiq Masih of WAPDA with an aggregate of 211 won the 35th Punjab Open ...
WAPDA Sports Board was established in 1960 for the promotion of sports in WAPDA with ultimate goal to uplift the National sports. We provide equal opportunity to all areas of Pakistan and for man and women alike. WAPDA is an affiliated unit of POA since 1984. Read More
WAPDA Medical Services with the MOTO of “CURE WITH CARE” is doing a commendable job in providing effective and efficient health care facilities through its network of hospitals and dispensaries in various parts of the country. Read More
The WAPDA Environment Cell (WEC) was created in 1987 to address environmental footprints of WAPDA Water Sector Development Projects, such asto carry out Environmental Impact Assessment(EIA) and Initial Environmental Examination (IEE). Read More
Conscious of its corporate social responsibility, WAPDA is providing education to WAPDA/Non-WAPDA students. Since majority of the students belong to lower strata of society in economic and social terms, the fees are quite nominal.Read More
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