Islamabad, (27 June, 2019): High Commissioner for the United Nations World Humanity Commission (UNWHC) Robina Ali, believes Pakistani women have the potential to play their key role in social and economic development of the state.
According to Baaghi TV’s reports, Robina Ali, High Commissioner for the UNWHC says that Pakistani women have the talent to pay vital role in development of the state.
She said that necessary steps will be taken for the progress of women so they may be able to play their part in the society.
Robina Ali further stated during an address at a women’s chamber in Islamabad on 27th June, 2019 that the promotion of health as well as education, business and peace activities will be included in the UNWHC’s priorities to eradicate poverty from Pakistan.
Moreover, Ali stated that a world exhibition will be organized in Islamabad to be held in August for which 28 countries will be invited. Local products will be promoted through this exhibition to help enhance the state’s image in the global world.
Consequently she said that business women will be provided with loans so they can better run their businesses in a manner so as to extend their ventures.
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