SPDC report 'Gender and Social Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Study of Disaster Prone Areas in Sindh' referred to in a presentation to the Minister of Science and Technology by the Pakistan Council of Research In Water Resources (PCRWR).
An article by Dr. Pervez Tahir in the Express Tribune of January 13, 2017, refers to research conducted by Mr. Haroon Jamal entitled Quantifying Sub-National Human Development Indices from Household Survey Data. In this article he appreciates the estimates produced by him on the Human Development Indices (HDIs) for Pakistan at regional, provincial and district levels.
Ms. Meher Noshriwani, Regional Vice-Chair of Asian, CEESP, in an article, Climate Change and its Impact on Gender in Rural Areas of Sindh, Pakistan, published on the IUCN website, referred to SPDC’s research, Gender and Social Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Study of Disaster Prone Areas in Sindh – 2015.
Pakistan’s casino economy: a blueprint for inequality
Press coverage of the book launch: ‘Governance Deficit: A Case Study of Pakistan’ by Mr. Saeed Ahmad Qureshi, Chairman, SPDC Board of Directors, August 18, 2016 in Islamabad.
'Who is The Spin Doctor?' Response to government rejoinder
Poverty reduction and providing equal opportunity remain scary in Pakistan
Who is the 'Spin Doctor'?
The reality behind the budgetary façade
Think tank calculates GDP growth at 3.1%
SPDC estimates growth rate at 3.1 percent for 2015/16
‘Devolution without delegation’
Barhti Ghurbat Kam Hoti Shehri Sahulatain – press coverage of launch of SPDC’s Annual Report 2014-15 entitled ‘The State of Social Development in Urban Pakistan’ Daily Ausaf, April 29, 2016, Karachi
Mulk Ki Samaji Taraqqi Main Sab Se Bari Ruqawat – press coverage of launch of SPDC’s Annual Report 2014-15 entitled ‘The State of Social Development in Urban Pakistan’ Daily Nawa-i-Waqt, April 29, 2016, Karachi
SPDC’s annual report: Corruption, insecurity and poverty impede development
SPDC launches its 13th Annual Review 2014-15 entitled ‘The State of Social Development in Urban Pakistan’ in Karachi on April 28, 2016.
Pakistan’s urban economy falls 3.5 percent in last six years
State of affairs: 41% of country’s idle youth belong to Sindh: SPDC
Press coverage of SPDC’s 13th Annual Review 2014-15 entitled ‘The State of Social Development in Urban Pakistan’ launched in Karachi on 28th April 2016.
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