Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR) is ready to address the dire need of the people of Khushab, especially the main issue of clean drinking water for the area, which is cry of the day, this was said by President COPAIR Ms. Amna Malik in a meeting with Deputy Commissioner of Khushab, Arshad Manzoor Buzdar.
At this occasion, the Deputy Commissioner highlighted the issues faced by the people of Khushab. He said that there is an intense requirement of collecting data regarding clean drinking water pockets in the area. The main reason for the failure of public schemes is only the lack of data and surveys, so after some time instead of clean water, saline water pumped out and water schemes failed.
He emphasized that input from different stakeholders is valuable in this regard, he sought COPAIR’s input to improve the situation. COPAIR President, Ms. Amna Malik said that we would like to initiate different welfare projects for the people of Khushab, especially clean drinking water is our top most priority, we can initiate micro-level pilot projects and can conduct surveys to find out the ways and mean for clean drinking water for the people of the area.
Ms. Amna Malik also highlighted projects of COPAIR and briefed on StartUp Pakistan, E-Women, Cyber Security Girl Scouts, PinkTaxi and other national level initiatives.