Learning to Help

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Ending the Food Crisis

One in seven people in the world will go to bed hungry tonight. That’s more then 925 million people suffering due to the food crisis across the globe as estimated by the World Food Programme. For the majority in Pakistan the scenario is no different – masses of men, women and children suffer day and … Continue reading

Peoples Project – Call for Entries!

This project is being carried out to praise the little yet significant things of our natural habitat, that usually go unnoticed. The goal is to get a reflection essentially of all the simplicity and complexity, our Earth encompasses. Our primary focus is on natural things around us that we take for granted and don’t genuinely … Continue reading

Shia Genocide in Pakistan – Ignored & Concealed

PAKISTAN: Mass target killing of Shia is underway throughout Pakistan, especially in regions of Balochistan, Sindh and FATA. The killings recognized as the rise of genocide against the Shia populace has been unfortunately ignored and overlooked by media agencies, government machinery and the public in general. In a span of months the spate of attacks on Shia men, women … Continue reading

Afridi vs Polio

In the hope to finally eradicate Polio from the country the government of Pakistan has appointed international cricket star Shahid Afridi as the official goodwill ambassador for the cause. The campaign “Afridi vs Polio” sets out to eliminate the disease from Pakistan through a widespread awareness and vaccination program. Shahid Afridi expressed his full support and participation … Continue reading

5 Steps to Achieving Opportunities

5 Steps to Achieving Opportunities

Anywhere, Anytime by Anyone !

To Prevent or not to Prevent – that is the Question in Pakistan

  [Written for FutureChallenges, original published here.] As fatality from non-communicable diseases rises in Pakistan, the importance of prevention of such diseases as opposed to treatment is evaluated. The World Health Organization considers smoking to be a global disease. The prevalence and subsequent deadly effect of smoking in some regions of the world however is much … Continue reading

Well paid jobs for young people – not just employment

Originally published on FutureChallenges.org [http://futurechallenges.org/local/well-paid-jobs-for-young-people-%E2%80%93-not-just-employment/] Photograph by Farah S. Kamal In the 21st century scenarios such as rising inflation, lack of employment and a crippling economy have become far too common for people all across the globe. Limited by financial constraints, the people hit by them look to battle it out in the job market to … Continue reading

Affiliation with WWF-Pakistan

[This piece was written on appointment as a Youth Ambassador for WWF-Pakistan and its orignal version is framed and hung on the WWF Malaysia office] This world is my home; God has made me its Master. I am the one who crosses through its sea, ride through its wind, cultivate its land, carve its mountain, soak … Continue reading

The Climate Conundrum: Where does Pakistan stand?

[Originally published on FutureChallenges.org] http://futurechallenges.org/local/the-climate-conundrum-where-does-pakistan-stand/ Unstable climatic patterns, natural disasters, water scarcity, agricultural destruction and other evidence of environmental degradation is widespread today in most countries of the world. But the high impact of the deadly side of climate change has become much too common in the countries of the deprived. Among the countries worst … Continue reading