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Water management is one of the biggest issues that Pakistan has been facing in recent decades. At the moment, our water storage capacity is close to 10 per cent, which is very low compared to the world, where the average is about 40pc.

This was stated by Malik Amin Aslam, special assistant to the prime minister and federal minister for climate change, during a virtual dialogue organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-P) on Thursday.

The event participated by government officials and national and international experts was about ‘Recharge Pakistan’, a 30-year programme focusing on building the country’s resilience to climate change through ecosystem-based adaptations for integrated flood-risk management.

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