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F-11 slums in deplorable conditions

It was a great experience for me to visit the slum areas of Islamabad for field survey where people spend their lives hands to mouth. It was pleasant to see smile on the faces of innocent people who assumed that we had come for some help, to solve their problems of water availability and waste disposal by conducting survey for concerned authority.

CDA Water Filtration Plants: Too pitiful to be useful

It is a common scientific research that human body can survive for three weeks without food but in case of water, there is a different story. Water is an essential component of our diet without which we humans are unable to survive for more than three days. This illustrates the worth of water in our lives.


I don’t really know where to begin from. I’m thinking how to start the amazing experience I had of visiting a slum area of Islamabad. In my entire life, I’ve never been to any place like this. It was really an eye opening to actually see how people live over there. The one we visited were Mehr Abadi or Baykah Saeeda.

ISLAMABAD: Beautiful or A Two Faced City?

As a child is born, he brings along his right to basic necessities of life. As Article 25 of The Universal Declaration of Human Right states:

“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care…”

Fatima Jinnah Park

I remember a time when every street and every road of Islamabad was covered with a lush canopy of trees. Now, it is a rare sight. The Capital used to be an example of a Green City, but currently, it is buried under heaps of solid waste. And instead of the fresh air, the citizens of Islamabad experience foul odor of decaying trash at every corner.


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