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Stakeholders’ emphasis on collective action to ensure gender equality & to break gender stereotypes in Pakistan

Islamabad: The Pakistan Humanitarian Forum marked International Women’s Day by organizing a virtual session on current year them “Breaking the Bias and gender stereotypes”.

PHF Round-table Discussion with media

Collective Actions Requires to Address Humanitarian and Development Challenges

Islamabad, 8th December 2021 - Pakistan Humanitarian Forum (PHF) organized a media round-table discussion and launched the COVID-19 snapshot which highlighted contributions of INGOs to combat pandemic...

Stress on the Need for International and Regional Cooperate to Mitigate Risk of Disaster on IDRR Day

ISLAMABAD – October 13, 2021: The Pakistan Humanitarian Forum marks International Disaster Risk Reduction Day by organizing a virtual session with a focus on the current year theme “International cooperation...

PHF Annual Report Launch

INGOs collaborate with govt to prevent Covid-19

ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Humanitarian Forum (PHF) launched a report on humanitarian assistance and development programs in Pakistan encompassing the immense contribution of its members through mobilizing over Rs 25 billion in funding...

PHF-NHN

INGOs, NGOs offer all-out support to govt in the fight against coronavirus

The Pakistan Humanitarian Forum (PHF) and the National Humanitarian Network (NHN) have offered all-out cooperation and support to the government in the ongoing battle against coronavirus outbreaks in the country.

Malik Amin Aslam

Youth emerge as leaders to take climate change issue at COP-25: Malik Amin Aslam

ISLAMABAD – Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said the youth had emerged as leaders to take climate change issue at the 25th conference of parties (COP-25) under United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)...

Zartaj Gul

Crop stubble burning continues despite smog: Zartaj Gul

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul Monday said the crop stubble burning was continuing in Punjab despite smog as no authority had been monitoring the situation. "I recently traveled on the motorway from Dera Ghazi Khan to Islamabad where the stubble burning is going...

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