If the crop fails, the tenant remains in debt. As a result, he keeps borrowing from the landlord until the next crop
Dr Abdur Rehman Cheema
Govt's mainstream youth initiatives have an urban bias, are unlikely to reduce extreme poverty and urban-rural divide.
A community of beggars and snake-charmers struggles to change their lives
The dilemma of child marriages in rural Sindh
The idea of SEZs to increase GDP, create jobs, promote trade and foreign direct investment is easier said than done
Within the CPEC framework, hardly any attention has been paid to leveraging this economic opportunity for building the
“The day I found that my son could not even write his name though he was in grade 5, I became concerned about what...
Many microfinance banks serve the relatively less poor for a number of reasons: strict eligibility standards and a bias
A social innovation marries business with a birth control programme to great effect
Expansion of small hydropower, microgrids could tackle poverty in remote mountain villages in the Hindu Kush Himalayas.
The government has only one crop loan insurance scheme in place. Those who do not avail loan remain out of the ambit
The promotion and teaching of foreign languages, along with other professional traits.
Regional cooperation will invariably lead to a larger market size for products and services.
Climate change is putting human security in terms of food and calorie availability and consumption at risk, especially