Majority of wealthy countries is creating unhealthy, dangerous and noxious conditions for children across the world, says Unicef
Pakistan is the fifth largest contributor of uniformed personnel to UN Peacekeeping.
A high-tech processing facility with technology transfer will be set up for the export of fish from Pakistan to China.
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) and the World Bank (WB) jointly organised a workshop...
UN policy paper fears 12 countries could be hit hard because of their economic structure.
UN document says elevated prices will likely increase food insecurity across South Asia.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is now exporting honey worth approximately $10 billion to the world annually, Pakistan...
ISLAMABAD: Reviewing progress in efforts aimed at reviving the Pakistan Steel Mills, the ministries of ...
Severe heatwave in March and April has already devastated vegetation, water resources and livestock in desert region.
“Together, we will continue to strengthen communities and build a more prosperous and resilient Pakistan,” says USAID official.
Pakistan among nations affected by drought; extreme weather led to economic losses worth billions of dollars, report says.
ISLAMABAD: The World Bank has announced actions that it plans to take as part of a comprehensive, global response to...
ISLAMABAD: The United Nations in collaboration with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) launched on Tuesday an...
"Heatwaves are more frequent and more intense and starting earlier than in the past,” he says.
Summer heatwaves are projected to increase at a rate of 0.71 day per decade in the country, says Global Food Policy Report 2022.
Says action is important to prepare for the emergence of a new Covid-19 variant or another pandemic.
Report says nations’ current pledge to restore one billion degraded hectares by 2030 requires $1.6 trillion this decade.
Major cities in Pakistan record temperatures in excess of 40 degrees, Jacobabad touches 50.
Increase in remittances was powered mainly by government incentives and support from migrants to their families back home.
In Pakistan, the percentage in 2022 is 1.4pc as compared to 34pc in 2019, according to a UN report on desert locust.