12th August 2016
A meeting of the Cabinet Committee
A meeting of the Cabinet Committee was held on 12.08.16 under the chairmanship of Minister Zakat & Usher in the committee room of BOR, Punjab to review flood arrangements. Representatives of all department were also present .

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8th October 2015
Observation of National Disaster Awareness Day
The 8th day of every October reminds us of the devastating earthquake of 2005 that wreaked havoc in Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of the country. It brings to our memories countless human miseries and the huge loss of lives, property and infrastructure. The day therefore is an occasion to express solidarity with all those families who suffered this calamity and many of them still bear the scars of that horrific tragedy on their minds and bodies. The observance of this day as “National Disaster Awareness Day” is also an occasion for stocktaking and to reiterate our commitment to make greater efforts for preparing ourselves to face all such adversities. In consonance with the significance of the occasion, the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Punjab, in collaboration with Rescue 1122, Civil Defence, School Education Department, District Administration Lahore and other relevant stakeholders has organized disaster awareness walk/rally from Nasir Bagh to Town Hall on 08.10.15 (Thursday) at 9:30 AM. 

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7th May 2015
Inauguration Ceremony of the Humanitarian Response Facility Harbanspura, Lahore
The facility is constructed with generous support of World Food Programme (WFP), funded by Japan, Canada, Australia, the Netherlands, Denmark, USA and the Government of Pakistan. It is part of WFP's capacity building initiatives for the emergency response for PDMA Punjab. The facility is strategically positioned to store contingency supplies, having total Area size: 8.55 Acres / 28,605 m2, covered storage: 4,400 Metric Tons and open storage: up to 15,000 Metric Tons. It is located close to key logistics corridors and easily accessible in times of flooding or natural disasters.