ISLAMABAD - Adviser to Prime Minister on Education, Sardar Assef Ahmad Ali on Monday said that the governments decision to hold Cabinet meeting in Balochistan was an effort to bring the people of the smaller province in the main stream by addressing their miseries sincerely To hold cabinet meeting at Gwadar was a message to Baloch people and their leadership that we are friends and want to solve their problems, he added. He said that there was dire need to compliment each other rather than to talk about the replacement of the government or derail the system. He was addressing a six-day training session of National Commission for Human Development (NCHD). The commission organised training for its newly inducted District General Manager to launch its programmes in 134 districts of the country. The training was held from 30 December 2009 to 4 January 2010. Sardar Assef said that he visited his constituency but nowhere people were talking about the replacement of the government. The concept of complimenting each other can maximise our strength and it would minimise weaknesses respectively, he opined, adding Public-Private Partnership was an exemplary idea. He appreciated the role of NCHD as the fast track initiative to improve the outcomes at the grassroots. The incumbent government intends to conduct a poverty survey through the aforementioned Commission in the country to sort out the miseries of citizens, he informed. We are working on some crucial projects in this connection, as we have planned to form different groups to accomplish the desired goals, he added. He said that NCHD was directed to support the government departments, civil society organizations and the local communities in education sector, basic health care and income generating activities at the grass-root level for positive social change and empowerment. NCHD identifies, and consequently presents innovative and cost-effective solutions to fill implementations gaps. Building the capacities of the involved agencies and stakeholders to effectively address the issues hampering the process. Through extensive training programmes and capacity-building workshops, which cater to all the stakeholders involved in the process, NCHD helps ensure a lasting impact. Keeping in view the potential role of NCHD as an exemplary public private partnership organisation working for the betterment of Pakistani communities as a whole, I shall ensure full support to NCHDs programme approved by the government for improving human development indicators in Pakistan at a cost of Rs8.20 billion for the three years (2009-12), he said. The Chairperson NCHD Nafisa Shah described the purpose of the training of District General Managers and said that the training had been conducted to provide adequate awareness about NCHD structures, its role, programmes, and its mandate of supporting government departments.