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One Day Training Session

Mr. Nadeem Iqbal CEO “The Network for Consumer Protection, giving presentation on Pakistan Consumer Protection laws during a One Day Training Session , at National Council of Social Welfare, Capital Administration & Development Division- Government of Pakistan on September 25, 2017.


Green Action Week 2017

TheNetwork for Consumers Protection commemorating Green Action Week 2017 at Hamdard University, Islamabad by launching the first ever "Shopper's Guide on Organic Food" in Pakistan.
#GreenActionWeek2017
#OrganicFoodAndFarmingForAll.


Pictorial Health Warnings

Orientation session with media persons of Attock on Pictorial Health Warnings & Effective Implementation of Anti Smoking Laws.



Press Releases

Go organic for a greener planet Launch of 1st ever Shoppers Guideline on “How to buy Organic Food” in Pakistan

Green Action Week 2017

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Civil society urges ministries of health, finance to implement ombudsman’s decision

TheNetwork

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On This World Heart Day Let your Heart live, Quit Smoking

Print Media

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Health Right Activists caution government of international tobacco industry’s false alarm of raise in illicit cigarette trade

TheNetwork

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Hundreds of Health Professionals urged the Prime Minister to enforce his decision of raising size of pictorial warning on cigarette packs to save children

TheNetwork

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Pakistan to have international high ranking with 85% Graphic Health Warning on Cigarette Pack

TheNetwork

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Appeal to Senate to not pass tobacco industry tainted legislation

The Network

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Iodization of salt most inexpensive way of preventing iodine deficiency disorders

Pakistan Observer

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Case Studies

“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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