Water, Scarcity, Pakistan, PRCRWR, Policy
Muhammad Saad

is a graduate of School of Economics of Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. He has specialized in the field of development and political economics with additional non-credit courses of Environmental Economics and Monetary Policy. Currently, he works at the CSCR.

  • sibghatullah Reply

    April 29, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    solutions are good.water policy recently announce and it made no mention of establishing reservoir to ward off the issue in long term. water is serious for country’s survival. country’s natural resource i.e. water has been squandering due issues whether domestic i.e. among provinces over due shares or transboundries i.e. afghanistan ans india. and policy makers must put efforts to rationalize the importance of water issue among public through seminars, campaign so as politician niche water issue an important place in there manifesto. landowning by feudal s and no agriculture tax, climate pattern change, and water use in non sustainable way due to poverty i.e. increased ecological footprints in ecosystems or over population.

  • Khadam Hussain Reply

    September 16, 2018 at 11:13 am

    Thank u sir for discussing the informative and serious issue of Pakistan. I had developed many methods for dealing with that problem but I was a student of medical at intermediate so no one trusts my service, although I had served in an iternational project for pakistan and its in operational mode. i often think that which type of hydrologist i am that i can not be consider for national jobs because i had a medical past. Policy maker need to focus on such issues that we people like me can sevre our nation.

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