Naseer Memon is a human rights activist and civil society professional. He may be reached at email@example.com.
The humanitarian aid received in 2022 is barely 9.3 percent of the support received in 2010
Desperation for shelter, food and other essential needs heightens vulnerability to temptation, deception and servility.
The term Build Back Better was first coined in Indonesia by the World Bank after the devastating tsunami of 2004 that played havoc with several...
There is an urgent need for developing climate resilient infrastructure and public services to avoid similar havoc in the future
The government should implement early recovery and rehabilitation projects in flood-hit areas
Devastating floods have submerged Sindh, leaving millions without food and shelter
A recent ADB report warns countries in the Asia and Pacific region will face worst calamities if changes in climate are ignored
Planners need to maintain fragile socio-economic and political balances while mulling over economic benefits of development projects
Over 50,000 public sector jobs in Sindh cannot end massive unemployment until private sector market is adequately explored
The current practice of unbridled discretionary allocations and spending will only widen the crevasse between haves and have-nots