Recent flooding in Pakistan is a telling sign that climate change is a factual, existing threat to our planet. Pakistan produces less than 1 percent of GHGs emissions but is the eighth most effected country by climate change. The unusually high monsoon rainfall and consequent flooding in the country has wreaked havoc with people’s lives and livelihoods, about one-third of the country. The floods have affected 33 million people, swallowed life of more than a thousand people, damaged millions of acres farmland, livestock, destroyed homes, roads, buildings, and all in all caused a damage of Read More...
The Establishment of Pak Field Hospital-1 Mali, West Africa Thank you very much, doctor. We trust your abilities, as we have seen you making untiring efforts for saving the lives of our comrades today.” Hearing this melody of gr Read More...
Maj Dr Farah Bilal
Maj Rashida Waseem
Dr Anoosha Iftekhar