- January 27, 2020
- Posted by: Pakistan Water Partnership
Media Talk/Presentation, Meet the Editors in Collaboration with Council of Pakistan
Newspapers Editors (CPNE) and Farozaan Magazine
Pakistan is the worst at its water governance and management. Capacities of institutions dealing with
water are exhausted and need to be enhanced. We developed national water policy after 72 years but
this also needs to be effective. Water saving and water conservation has to be strictly followed in all subsectors as water use efficiency is at its poorest.
This was shared by Sardar Muhammad Tariq, a water expert, CEO Pakistan Water Partnership (PWP),
former member (water) WAPDA and former regional chair GWP – South Asia while addressing an
informative session on “Water Security in Pakistan: Present Situation & The Way Forward” organized by
the Pakistan Water Partnership (PWP), Council of Pakistan Newspapers Editors (CPNE) and Farozaan at
Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) Editors Club at its secretariat in Karachi.
Session was attended by Dr. Jabbar Khattak, Secretary General CPNE, Hamid Hussain Abidi, Chairman
CPNE Editors Club, Tahir Najmi, Mehmood Khalid, Sher Muhammad Khuhawar, Muhammad Bashir, , Lala
Hassan, Akhtar Shaheen Rind among a host of editors of various newspapers.