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World Bank approves International Development Association credit of $50 million to increase availability of vaccines for infectious diseases for children in Pakistan

Islamabad, April 22, 2016 (PPI-OT):The World Bank approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of $50 million on Thursday to increase the availability of vaccines for infectious diseases, including polio, […]

South Asia remains world’s fastest growing region, but should be vigilant to fading tailwinds: World Bank

Islamabad, April 11, 2016 (PPI-OT):Led by robust growth in India, South Asia shows resilience in the face of turbulent international markets and remains the fastest-growing region in the world, with […]

Saudi Fund for Development hands over ambulances and medical supplies to FATA Health Secretariat and Khyber Pukhtoonkhawa Health Department

Islamabad: In a handing over-taking over ceremony at the WHO Country Office, Officials of Saudi Fund for Development handed over Ambulances, Emergency Health Care kits, Diarrhoea Disease kits, Secondary Care kits, Female hygiene kits, IT equipment and vehicles for surveillance officers to the officials of District Health Departments of Khyber Pukhtoonkhawa and FATA . Guest of honour, Chief Engineer Abdullah M. Al-Shoaibi from SDF handed over keys of ambulances to the respective Health Department representatives of KP and FATA. In […]

World Bank Officer meets Administrator Karachi

Karachi: Seema Mangi, World Bank’s Senior Infrastructure Officer for Europe and Central Asia called on Administrator Karachi Fazlur Rehman in his office on Monday. During the meeting she said that the World Bank was formulating a policy regarding funding in the infrastructure development projects for Karachi. Administrator Karachi on this occasion briefed the World Bank officer about the mega projects which have been completed in Karachi. He said work on many mega projects including S-3 and K-IV could be carried […]