“I don’t doubt the premier’s intention,” Bilawal says, adds that members of prime minister's team are "not fulfilling their promises”.
Will target the most "vulnerable communities of Balochistan and Sindh" impacted by last year’s floods.
Says that over 9.6m children still require access to “essential social services” six months after floods.
US embassy says the scholarships will assist the students in completing their degrees.
It is crucial for organisations working for flood-victims to prioritise access to mental health services and counselling for those affected by the disaster, in order to prevent further deterioration of their mental wellbeing.
Islamic Development Bank, World Bank collectively pledge $6.2bn.
Says large parts of Sindh and Balochistan remain inundated, flooded areas look like permanent lakes.
Islamabad will seek soft loans at donors’ moot.
The expected beneficiaries of this support are around 80,000 families, press release says.
Pakistani agri-businesses should be asked to manage the irrigation and drainage sector.
WB directors emphasise need for provincial, federal authorities to strengthen implementation systems in place.
Says estimates indicate an increase in multi-dimensional poverty from 37.8pc to 43.7pc.
Says Pakistan will not launch war on Kabul; claims Imran wants to rig elections through "his men" in army.
Offers condolences for lives lost in recent terror attacks, underscored America's resolute support as Pakistan combats terrorism.
"We consider that it's absolutely essential for the Taliban not to allow any ... terrorist activity that might have an impact in relation to Pakistan," he says.
Says appeals by UN have received only 30pc of $816m pledged by international community.
Parts of Dadu remain inundated; villagers start reconstruction of houses amid delay in govt aid.
The UN’s World Food Programme will run out of funds for Pakistan on January 15, said the director of its mission in the country Chris Kaye.
This year’s deluge has compounded our agricultural woes and food insecurity.
Minister refutes allegations; says govt can ask NDMA for a re-survey.
Financing includes $475m loan and $3m technical assistance grant from ADB, and $5m grant from government of Japan.
Loan will support NTDC in meeting growing electricity demand efficiently at load centres of Punjab, Sindh and KP.
Compensation to be paid to frontline staff; KP health dept employees demand restoration, salaries.
Spokesperson for UN chief says more funds urgently needed.
Most projects worth Rs233bn are in Sindh, which took brunt of damage after monsoon deluge since mid-June.
Murad opens debate; PTI’s Firdous Naqvi questions govt’s relief measures.
Aid is part of the $97m of US flood-related assistance to Pakistan this year.
Larkana commissioner admits 10 talukas are still under floodwaters.
Commuters forced to travel via ‘unsafe’ roads amid rail traffic disruption, officials say will take time to restore operations.
Flood protection plan cost goes up 51pc.