Category Archives: info

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19 Nov
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Health

Pakistan currently spends 0.8 percent of its GDP on health: the lowest such investment in South Asia. Long-term under-investment and poor governance have left the country with a very poor health infrastructure that lacks adequate facilities, trained human resources and ...

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19 Nov
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Education

Pakistan’s progress has also been severely lagging in Goal 2, achieving universal primary education as it is off track in achieving the targets set for 2015 in all three indicators. In particular, the completion/survival rate seems to have declined rapidly ...

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19 Oct
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Environmental Health

Life began with water and it will end without it. Not water but safe drinking water can ensure protection from most water borne diseases.  The water-borne diseases accounts for nearly 60 percent of child deaths. Daily 630 children die from ...

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19 Oct
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Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women

In the MDG area of promoting gender equality and empowering women (MDG 3), Pakistan has achieved one of the highest ratios of women parliamentarians in the South Asia Region. The proportion of women in the national parliament (National Assembly and ...

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19 Oct
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Social Mobilization and Community Development

Social Mobilization as the primary means of supporting rural men and women in their efforts to change their lives towards poverty alleviation and organization. The essence of the process of social mobilization is encouraging men and women to form a ...

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19 Oct
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Emergency Program

Pakistan is situated in the South East Asia, neighboring India, Afghanistan, China, and Iran. Mountain ranges of the Himalayas, the Karakorams and the Hindukush form Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province, Punjab province is a flat, alluvial plain with five major ...

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19 Oct
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Poverty Alleviation

Poverty is widespread amongst the Pakistani population. Especially in rural areas and urban slums the majority is pronouncedly deprived in their well-being, and suffers poverty in many di­men­sions. 60% of Pakistan’s po­pu­la­tion is poor[1]: they live on under US$2/ day ...

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