Towards a bright future: UNDP Pakistan opens new sub-off ice in city - The Express Tribune Jul 29, 2015PESHAWAR: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has inaugurated a new regional sub-office in the city, stated a press release issued on Tuesday.
UNDP opens sub-office - Dawn News Jul 29, 2015PESHAWAR: The United Nations Development Programme opened on Tuesday a new regional sub-office in the provincial capital.
UNDP opens its sub-office in Peshawar - Frontier Post Jul 29, 2015PESHAWAR: Additional Chief Secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Dr. Hamad Uwais Agha and United Development Nation Program Country Director Marc Andre has official inaugurated a new regional Sub-office of UNDP in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa here on Tuesday.
When nature falls apart: What really happened in Chitral - The Express Tribune Jul 24, 2015PESHAWAR: Floods in Chitral not only swept away whatever little it boasted of infrastructure, they also washed away the elaborate Monsoon Contingency Plan that was in place. Is nature’s wrath mere eyewash or are we actually faced with phenomena that come without warning?
Glacier floods cause humanitarian crisis in Chitral - The Third Pole.netJul 21, 2015Floods have caused unprecedented devastation in the remote Chitral valley of northwest Pakistan, leaving hundreds of thousands of people stranded
EU/UNDP Joint Statement On Allegations of Women Being Barred From Voting in KP local Government ElectionsMay 29, 201529 May, 2015, Islamabad: According to recent media reports, candidates, community elders and religious leaders in some constituencies are preventing women from voting in the local government elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which are scheduled to take place on Saturday 30 May.
Underutilised: Pakistan spending 6% of budget on climate change-The Express Tribune May 26, 2015ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s first-ever Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review (CPEIR) report was launched on Monday focusing on federal and provincial budgetary allocations for climate change.
Climate Change Pakistan among most vulnerable countries-Business RecorderMay 26, 2015Pakistan is assessed to be one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to climate change with particulate threats to water, energy and food security, according to United Nations Development Porgamme (UNDP).
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