Hyderabad—The Sindh minister for social welfare Shamim Mumtaz says, without economic development we cannot improve situation of food security in country.
She was addressing participant of an advocacy seminar on Food Security and Livelihood. Shamim Mumtaz said, food security is very important for us especially for the poor families of our country who do not have accessibility to adequate food. She said that Sindh Govt has handed over thousands of acres to power women of backward areas under Benazir Bhutto Shaheed scheme to alleviate poverty.
Ms. Samina Sardar, Child Protection Adviser, Plan International Pakistan said that Plan is working under Child Protection and Child Centred Community Development approaches.
On the occasion, Mr. Wajid Shams Memon, Mr. Punal Saryio, Mr., Ashraf Ali, of UN-food & Agriculture Organization, Professor Mohammad Ismail Kumbhar, Anwar Azad and others expressed their views at the seminar.