To construct a Dam for Nashpa Greater Water Supply Scheme (NGWSS) in District Karak, KPK, a Memorendum of Understanding has been signed between Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL), Energy and Power Department, Irrigation Department and Public Health Engineering Department of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. As a large population of Nashpa block had been facing acute shortage drinking water because of absence of ground water potential to feed folks with deep wells/ tubes-wells, this scheme will help to meet the water shortage. A suitable site with gravity flow maintained to 11 villages of Nashpa, i.e., Lorgai, Sanda Manzai, Salkhani, Sand Khurram, Nashpa, Faqiribanda, Zanrrakabanda, Pirmila, Paindibanda, Mir Kalam and Khazibai, will facilitate about 21,916 natives. The proposed dam is located at a distance of 24km north-east of Karak city. The site is accessible after 54 KM from Kohat on Indus Highway towards left side with an un-metalled road via village Shaheedan. Currently, OGDCL is providing drinking water through bowzers on daily basis to meet the requirement of locals of Nashpa area with cost of Rs16.63 million per year. The Nashpa Dam project for Karak was approved in principle by OGDCL on 13th May 2020 with the particular condition with analysis and proper estimation/ PC-1.