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  • Reply to: A Pakistani daughter and her destiny   5 days 11 hours ago

    World bank world health organisation's and united nation institution for cultures educations forum are doing specially health care programme for child and mother educations sports cultures and all many other institutions through out the world specially poor country such africa Nigeria etc to enhance thelife humanities I like human care programme too much

  • Reply to: South Asia: A bright spot in darkening economic skies?   5 days 20 hours ago

    Inflation in countries will be addressed in reducing the cost of commodity prices for all products through a comprehensive balance in the eradication of poverty and in addressing all the problems of countries

  • Reply to: South Asia: A bright spot in darkening economic skies?   6 days 4 hours ago

    Economic investment must be converted to social development value to improve poverty, corruption, disciplined fiscal system &business operational area of interests .
    Why must the bottom line be "institutional infrastructure to establish & retain accountability & legal liability" management system in all sector of economies?
    Otherwise economic growth will be accelerated but social problems must be deteriorated under cascading & communicable diseases like social value erosion will be the root cause of all forms of chaos & instability.

  • Reply to: Land records go digital in Punjab, Pakistan   1 week 12 hours ago

    very nice for the people of punjab

  • Reply to: South Asia: A bright spot in darkening economic skies?   1 week 2 days ago

    While hosting 3 million Afghan refugees, Pakistan is now one rank behind Afghanistan in terms of Human Capital Index. Using such indices detracts from this otherwise sensible blog. Another area of concern is the quality and sustainability of the projected growth. South Asia is arguably the most climate stressed region of the world. How does climate change figure in these growth predictions ? Or is the World Bank still obsessed with growth irrespective of its quality.