OUR STAFF REPORTER ISLAMABAD - The funding gap for Early Recovery projects has been reduced from $570 million to $413 million, the United Nations reported on Friday. According to a new flood update issued by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), agricultural inputs, till date, have been distributed among 340,000 households and essential medicines have been provided to 14.7 million flood affected people. The UNDP claimed water sanitation services for 1.6 million households. Over 450,000 One Room Shelters were provided in flood-affected areas. Community Physical Infrastructure schemes are benefiting 1.5 million people. More than 1000 One Window operations were established connecting over 4000 beneficiaries with relevant services. Nearly 750,000 people were provided educational support, 1200 community members were trained in Disaster Risk Management while 0.3 million people benefited from Cash for Work schemes, the UNDP claimed.