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01.09.2013, KSA – Prominent Islamic Scholars (the Ulama) from Pakistan, other Muslim countries and the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA) haved pledged to support the Polio Eradication Program in Pakistan. The scholars disclosed this during a two day session organised by the Islamic Development Bank at its headquarters in Jeddah, KSA, where they discussed the challenges hindering the implementation of the Polio Eradication Program (PEP) in Pakistan. The Ulama also commended IDB for its contribution to the Polio Eradication Program.
03 August, 2013 – Dr. Ahmad Mohamed Ali, President of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group, joined world leaders on 27 September 2012, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and called for global solidarity to win the fight against polio. Subsequently, the IDB approved its financing of US$227 million for Pakistan on 11 November 2012, for supporting its Polio Eradication Program.
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During an urgent meeting convened at IDB Group headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, members of the Board of Executive Directors approved a mechanism for providing assistance to Pakistan and decided to focus on scaling up the bank's strategic engagement, in response to the unfolding disaster, through the planned Member Country Partnership Strategy (MCPS) .
A technical delegation of Islamic Development Bank Group has arrived in Pakistan to contribute to immediate relief efforts and see into the basic needs of the victims of the recent flooding which still continues to wreck havoc in the country.
In meetings with officials from Pakistani ministry of finance, the National Crisis Management Cell (NCMC) and other relevant ministries and government bodies, the delegation sought possible ways and means for delivering immediate assistance to the affected people whose number reportedly stands at more than 20 million with more than 2 million …
Islamabad : Wednesday, May 10, 2006 - Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has asked Islamic Development Bank (IDB) to participate in the consortium being formed to finance the construction of water reservoirs in Pakistan.
The President Leaves for Pakistan to See for Himself the Devastation Caused by the Earthquake