• Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif,Federal Minister for Finance,Ishaq Dar , Federal Minister for Planning, Development & Reforms, Ahsan Iqba and Chair PWP & Chief, WPC, Pakistan Naseer Ahmad Gillani, the launching of Pakistan Vision 2025 at Jinnah Convention Center.
  • Installation of tube well in remote area of Tharparkar on November 15,2015
  • The Inaugural session concluded with signing of the (MOU) between the World Youth Parliament for Water and Pakistan Youth Parliament for Water by Mr. Bart Devos, Mr. Muhammad Raza Ali Gandapur and Mr. Muhammad Wasif Bashir Baber, representatives of the organizations.
  • The Inaugural session concluded with signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the World Youth Parliament for Water and Pakistan Youth Parliament for Water by Mr. Bart Devos, Mr. Muhammad Raza Ali Gandapur and Mr. Muhammad Wasif Bashir Baber, representatives of the organizations.
  • In situ observation at follow up of COP 21: Climate Change Challenges for Baluchistan December 8, 2015
  • GWP Executive Secretary Dr Ania Grobicki, Dr Pervais Amir GWP South Asia & Director PWP, GWP Chair Dr Ursula Schaefer-Preuss.
  • Independence Day of Pakistan The day when Pakistan was independent is called 14th August 1947.
  • IWMI Director Colin Chater, GWP Executive Secreatry Dr Ania Grobicki, GWP Technical Committee Chair Dr Mohamed Ait-Kadi, Sri Lanka Water Partnership Chair Kusum Atukorala & Former GWP South Asia Chair Sardar Tariq.
  • GWP Senior Advisor and former Executive Secretary Khalid Mohtadullah.
  • Pakistan Water Partnership-Launching idea of Area Water Partnership in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Neelum-Jhelum Area Water Partnership
  • Securing Sustainable Water for All 2015, International Water Conference, Karachi Pakistan. 17th and 18th November 2015
  • Seminar on water crisis in Baluchistan as an effect of climate change and need for an urgent water cooperation.
  • Bio-Gas Plant Donated by Colonel Sher Agro Seed Corporation to Gomal Damaan Area Water Partnership (GDAWP) on World Water Day 22 March 2014 Shaawal Model Farm Dera Ismail Khan Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Pakistan.
  • Seminar on water crisis in Baluchistan as an effect of climate change and need for an urgent water cooperation.
  • Pakistan Water Partnership-Launching idea of Area Water Partnership in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Neelum-Jhelum Area Water Partnership

Water Is Life, Conserve It.

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Water News and Activities

High Level Panel on Water 21 January 2016 – The Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the World Bank have announced today their intention to form a new panel to mobilize urgent action towards the sustainable development goal for water and sanitation (SDG6) and related targets. The announcement was made at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting 2016 and comes days after WEF’s Global Risk Report 2016 lists water as the number one global risk of highest concern in the next ten years, and fifth year in a row as a top three global risk of highest impact. The announcement further states that countries experience water stress and water-related disasters that will grow worse due to climate change without better policy decisions. “Water is a critical issue for humanity, and is central to sustainable development and climate change,” President Braga explained. “The major impacts of climate change are in the water sector with longer droughts and more severe flooding. We cannot raise anxieties about climate without providing solutions for the consequent water problems.” Convened by the United Nations Secretary-General and the President of the World Bank Group, the panel will be co-chaired by the Presidents of Mauritius and Mexico and will comprise a group of heads of State/Government from developed and developing countries. The panel will focus on motivating action and promoting efforts to mobilize financial resources and implementation strategies.

World Population Milestones 8 Billion (2024)

The most recent United Nations estimates, the human population of the world is expected to reach 8 billion people in the spring of 2024.According to the World Meteorological Organisation water use has raised six fold since 1900, more than double the rate of population growth. With the world's population projected to top 8 billion by 2024 from 7, 248, 069, 8417 now, freshwater supplies will not be able to keep pace with rate of growth in population. Even conservative estimates indicate that the population of Pakistan will grow to 208 million by the year 2024. About 50 per cent of the population will be living in the urban areas thus exerting additional pressure on the already strained existing facilities. Live world statistics on population, government and economics, society and media, environment, food, water, energy and health.
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