Great Opportunities for Investment in Energy-President and PM welcomes His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan


The President and PM welcomed His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan and discussed great opportunities for investment in energy in the country.

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Prince Karim Aga Khan– the spiritual leader of the Ismaili community met president and the prime minister on Monday and discussed the great opportunities for investment in energy sector. Both the president and the prime minister appreciated the developmental projects and the services of Prince Karim Aga Khan across the world particularly in Pakistan.
Aga Khan Development Network has provided its services in the sectors of education, health, poverty alleviation and the socio-economic uplift of society. It is a model network for the other development organizations, it develops, designs and executes its various project related to health, education, poverty alleviation, cultural heritage, and socio-economic upliftment with scientific lines and focuses on the improvement of the quality of life.
The Aga Khan Development Network Paksitan has helped socio-economic upliftment of the people through its various projects particularly in the northern areas of Pakistan. These projects have made tremendous impact on the lives of the people in improving the quality of life, provision of the better health facilities, access advanced education system and better infrastructure.
Northern Areas have various opportunities which can be utilized to overcome the energy crisis in Pakistan; the government of Pakistan in collaboration with the Aga Khan Development Network will explore the opportunities in order to overcome the energy crisis in Pakistan. The resources if utilized will have a positive impact on the economy of Pakistan as a whole.

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