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Partners Meeting

TheNetwork for Consumer Protection held a meeting on January 30, 2014 with partners including Tobacco Control Cell, World Health Organization, Sustainable Development Vision, Coalition for Tobacco Control and Technical Officer International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases to share and finalize the Legal Roadmap, The Legal Roadmap is documented to explore the possible options for advocacy for comprehensive Ban on Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and sponsorship (TAPS) in Pakistan.


Taxman’s job is to collect taxes

December 16, 2013: Demanding for the enactment of Taxpayers Bill of Rights, TheNetwork for Consumer Protection has said that the government should take steps to promote tax justice by eradicating tax heavens, bringing more people under tax net and ending dependence of retrogressive indirect taxation.


Income Tax March in Jhelum

TheNetwork for Consumer Protection's (TN) campaign on Taxpayer Bill of Rights has received wide recognition in District Jhelum - on December 10, 2013.



Press Releases

Online tobacco control resource launched in Islamabad

TheNews International

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Workshop of Consumer Protection

The NEWS

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Need to implement Islamabad Consumer Protection Act 1995 Underscored

Business Recorder

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Legal Fraternity Demands Effective Implementations

Daily Times

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Need for a consumer council in Islamabad highlighted

The Express

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Consumers confounded by new meters

Tribune

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Unethical promotion of baby formula milk continues to go unchecked in the country, putting the lives of infants in danger

Tribune

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As many as 74 out of 1,000 infants die before reaching the age of one year and 94 of them die before their fifth birthday.

DAWN

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Success Stories

“I am feeling more proud of my contribution in providing safe food to my family and community and saving on health budget”. said 43 years old Aasia Bibi resident of Sihala Gagri, a village adjacent to capital city Islamabad. She is a mother of four school going children.  Her husband is unable to work due to sever health problems.Aasia owns a small family land (1 Kenal), secured with brick walls, where she practices organic farming. She grows vegetables, sells them and earns her living through farming.

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