6 November 2013
The UAE has decided to spend nearly $185m on 21 new developmental projects in Pakistan, including a hospital in Islamabad and a road linking several different regions.
Over half of the money – $108m – will be spent building the Emirates Hospital which will become the one of the largest health projects implemented in Pakistan, Emirates247 reports.
Four of the seven educational centres to be built in Pakistan will be for women (Credit: DFID/Wikimedia)
The remaining amount will be used to build seven educational centres and establish water treatment plants to provide safe drinking water for 12 remote villages.
Four of the seven educational centres to be built in Pakistan will be for women.
The developments will be managed by UAE’s ‘Project to Assist Pakistan’ scheme.