Pakistan

It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

Chronic malnutrition remains prevalent across South Asia as many poor South Asians cannot afford nutritious foods or don’t have the relevant information or education to make smart dietary choices.
In Sri Lanka, as in the rest of South Asia, improving …

by · Monday, 25 June 2018 · Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

Chronic malnutrition remains prevalent across South Asia as many poor South Asians cannot afford nutritious foods or don’t have the relevant information or education to make smart dietary choices.
In Sri Lanka, as in the rest of South Asia, improving …

by · Monday, 25 June 2018 · Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia

Chronic malnutrition remains prevalent across South Asia as many poor South Asians cannot afford nutritious foods or don’t have the relevant information or education to make smart dietary choices.
In Sri Lanka, as in the rest of South Asia, improving …

by · Monday, 25 June 2018 · Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
Why should we care about changing attitudes on gender roles in Pakistan?

Why should we care about changing attitudes on gender roles in Pakistan?

Our recent research suggests that attitudes related to women’s roles at home and in the public space are in flux and moving towards greater gender equality, at least in aspirations.
In recent focus group discussions with women conducted by the Pakist…

by · Wednesday, 20 June 2018 · Pakistan
A Pakistani daughter and her destiny

A Pakistani daughter and her destiny

Koshi is 4 days old. She was born in a small village near Hyderabad (Sindh, Pakistan) and is one of four siblings – all girls, all under the age of 10. Her parents were hoping that this time it would be a boy, but perhaps better luck next time? Her m…

by · Wednesday, 13 June 2018 · Pakistan
Climate-smart agriculture is “common-sense agriculture”

Climate-smart agriculture is “common-sense agriculture”

Climate-smart agriculture profiles for Bhutan, Pakistan and Nepal provide an important step forward in creating a sustainable food system in South Asia. Photo: Neil Palmer / CIAT

According to a recent study published in Science Advances, climate c…

by · Wednesday, 6 December 2017 · Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan

How to protect Pakistan’s home-based workers

Women working from home make a significant contribution to Pakistan’s economy, but their work is undervalued and home-based workers are denied any form of legal protection.

by · Tuesday, 16 August 2016 · Pakistan