News file for: Pakistan
HelpAge International and University of Southampton professor Asghar Zaidi have developed an index to measure the wellbeing of older people.
A new study from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control shows the wide reach of global tobacco marketing among children aged five and six.
Extreme weather and hotter temperatures are reducing crop production, and Asia is struggling to adapt to climate change.
Poor education quality in Pakistan results in only one in three children completing primary school.
A third of babies born in Pakistan have low birth weight but the reasons behind these alarming numbers are not clear.
Researchers are testing a new strategy to effectively detect the dangerous stage of TB in Pakistani children for the first time.
Dr Mehreen Faruqi, the Greens member for NSW Legislative Council, was honored by the UNSW School of Chemical Engineering at its annual Women in Engineering Awards.
Several million children in Pakistan are out of school, exploited for their labor, and/or abused, says a new report by an Islamabad-based NGO.
Around 400 scientists from 80 countries have come together to declare that polio could be wiped off the face of the Earth in five years.
A new study suggests that the collision between India and Asia occurred only 40 million years ago – 10 million years later than previously thought.