PPAF shares commitment to inclusion at WHS
OBSERVER REPORT ISLAMABAD—Qazi Azmat Isa, CEO of the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, participated in the first ever World Humanitarian Summit held in Turkey. The international conference focused on multiple global humanitarian crises and was committed to supporting people who are affected by natural and man-made disasters.
After 2 years of worldwide consultations, gathering the voices and input of 23,000 people in 153 countries, more than 9,000 participants came together in Istanbul to chart the future course of humanitarian action. In total, the Summit brought together 173 Member States, 55 Heads of State and Governments, some 350 private sector leaders, and thousands of high-level representatives from civil society and nongovernmental organizations.
LAHORE: The representatives of DFID, Punjab Finance Minister Dr. Ayesha Ghaus Pasha in a meeting discussing tax and monetary reforms on Thursday.