The Karachi Development Authority (KDA) is a governmental organization in Karachi, Pakistan that is responsible for planning, development, and regulation of the city. The KDA is responsible for a wide range of functions, including land use planning, urban development, infrastructure development, and public health and safety.
The KDA was established in 1957 to oversee the planning and development of the city of Karachi. It is responsible for implementing the master plan for the city, and for ensuring that development projects are carried out in accordance with the plan. The KDA also works to promote the growth and development of the city, and to improve the quality of life for its residents.
The KDA is governed by a board of members that is appointed by the government of Pakistan. The board is responsible for setting the overall direction and policies of the KDA, and for overseeing its operations. The KDA also has a number of departments and divisions that are responsible for specific functions, such as engineering, finance, and environmental management.