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Blome praises ‘Recharge Pakistan’ activity

Donald Blome has appreciated the introduction of ‘Recharge Pakistan,’ a seven year $77.8 million activity to use nature to help adapt to climate change

By Our Correspondent
December 03, 2023
US Ambassador Donald Blome signs the second US-Pakistan bilateral agreement on September 30, 2022. — APP
US Ambassador Donald Blome signs the second US-Pakistan bilateral agreement on September 30, 2022. — APP

ISLAMABAD: The US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome has appreciated the introduction of ‘Recharge Pakistan,’ a seven year $77.8 million activity to use nature to help adapt to climate change.

The ‘Recharge Pakistan’ was introduced by Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar at Pakistan’s Pavilion at COP28 in Dubai.

Donald Blome stated that “Recharge Pakistan is a groundbreaking partnership between our two governments, the Green Climate Fund, the Coca-Cola Foundation, and the World Wildlife Fund. Not only does it help Pakistan pivot towards ecosystem-based adaptation and green infrastructure, but it places this country’s communities at the center of climate and resource management decision-making.”