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Agriculture Recovery Project


USA has been always supportive when it comes to Pakistan. The Government of USA has helped Pakistan when ever needed. Besides that they have established several projects for the development of Pakistan. As they have initiated a project related to Agricultural Recovery and this project took place in September 2010 and continued till March 2010. The government of USA has ... Read More »

Dairy Project


It is the fact that dairy and domestic animals contributes up to 11% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Pakistan. According to an estimate there are about 7 million families dealing with farming and almost 67 million cattle and buffaloes are found within the country. Punjab is the hub of the dairy farmers as half of them lies within ... Read More »

Agribusiness Project of USAID


The government of USA has intended several programs for the stability of Pakistan. Pakistan has been helped extensively through these programs. One of the most concerned issues of Pakistan is agriculture and for its betterment Agribusiness project has been introduced by USA Government, which will help to improve the economical level of the country through agriculture. The USA government commenced ... Read More »

Balochistan Agriculture Project of USAID


In Pakistan’s economy Balochistan plays an essential role however is rigorously undeveloped as compared to other provinces. This province of Pakistan is the prominent source of domestic animals, agriculture and minerals.   Balochistan put forward plenty prospects for livelihood and financial intensification but needs intensive modification to make possible new methods of doing business.   The Government of Balochistan is widely supported ... Read More »

Medjool dates


Medjool Dates are usually produced in the Middle East and North Africa, these can easily be cultivated in desert like areas in the world. Medjool’s are among the expensive dates and these are mainly valued for their large size. These dates are sugary in taste and are quiet juicy even when dried. There are number of dates present today but ... Read More »

Dhakki Date


In the history of mankind date palm has played an essential role in providing food and shelter to numerous people. Pakistan is the great cultivator of date palm that is why it is known to be the 4th largest producer in the world.   In world’s production it contributes about 11%. Dera Ismail Khan is well-known for producing a prominent local ... Read More »

Begum Jangi Date


In Islam dates have considerable value; this was the favorite fruit of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Many Hadiths and verses are present related to this magnificent fruit. In Pakistan, more than 150 varieties are grown in the areas like Sindh and Balochistan, but among all these very few are commercially viable. Dates are grown in deserted areas. Dates are of different ... Read More »

Ajwa Date


In the food items dates have significant importance and even in Islam they have prominent place. There are number of dates grown nationally and internationally. Mostly these are grown in desert areas. Like in Pakistan dates are grown in areas like Sindh and Balochistan. Among all dates Ajwa date   have noteworthy importance as these were the favorite dates of our ... Read More »

Sindhri mango


Mangoes have always been a favorite fruit due to its rich taste, as it is very juicy and pulpy. In Pakistan, mangoes are cultivated in a large amount and are found in a variety in our country. Pakistan exports a large amount of mangoes to many countries. Mangoes in Pakistan are produced in Saraiki Belt, Multan and Sahiwal. Among all ... Read More »

Langra Mango


Mangoes!! A prominent fruit in summer and known to be the King among Fruits. We all are aware of the deliciousness and magnificent taste of this fruit. Almost thousands of varieties exist now days. Mangoes of different kind are cultivated in Pakistan and due to their superb quality they are heavily exported in number of countries and are quiet popular. ... Read More »

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