KARACHI – May 26 (APP): US Ambassador Donald Bloom visited the areas of Karachi, Thatta, Jhampira and Jamshoro in Sindh province to highlight the framework for the US-Pakistan "Green Alliance" to promote mutual relations with Pakistan. According to a statement issued on Friday, American Ambassador Donald Bloom inaugurated the PowerGrid station in Jhampir funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and wind power generators with the financial support of the United States Financial Institution for International Development (USIDFC). Visited Wind Energy Limited project.
This plant supplies 50 MW of renewable energy to Pakistan's National Grid Station, which is enough for more than 10,000 homes. The USAID-funded power transmission infrastructure is capable of integrating 780 MW of wind-generated electricity into Pakistan's national grid. It was established through a $1.2 billion partnership agreement between USAID.
On this occasion, the ambassador spoke about the partnership between the US and Pakistani universities that strengthens new trends in research in the fields of agriculture and environment. The US government is engaged with its partners across Pakistan under the US-Pakistan Green Alliance framework to continue supporting clean energy and water sustainability. On this occasion, US Ambassador Donald Bloom said that returning to Sindh province It is a great pleasure for me to meet with our partners who play a supporting role in the framework for the "America Pakistan Green Alliance".
He said that during this visit to Sindh, there was an opportunity to further highlight US investment in the region and cooperation with Pakistan, which will increase the capacity to combat climate change, improve the energy sector and promote joint economic development. Plating also has a key role to play. He said the framework for the Green Alliance will continue to help meet current and future environmental, energy, water and economic needs jointly.
Donald Bloom also visited the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund UNICEF project in Karachi funded by the US government, which desalinated salt water for the local population through a solar-powered AROW plant installed in a mosque. And cleaned. Through this project, positive effects are being made on the lives of Afghan refugees and other Pakistani citizens living around. The US ambassador also reviewed the mobile facility for malnutrition screening, where the relevant authorities informed that this mobile screening project will provide immediate medical care to every child and pregnant women in suburban areas where basic health facilities are not available. Provides assistance.
The Ambassador congratulated the recently graduated students of the Vocational Training Institute for Women. With the financial support of the US government, UNICEF teaches technical skills to Afghan refugees and other Pakistani women. Donald Bloom also visited the historical cemetery of McLee, which is one of the largest cemeteries in the world. Along with the representatives of Sindh Minister for Culture and Heritage Foundation, he examined the 4-year-old shrines of "Sultan Ibrahim and Amir Sultan Muhammad".
Among the masterpieces of historic buildings in Mukli are the two shrines mentioned above, which have been restored and preserved with a $260,000 grant under the American Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP). During the last twenty years, EFCP has provided 7.1 million dollars to support 32 projects related to conservation and restoration of cultural heritage in Pakistan. Apart from this, American Ambassador Donald Bloom also visited the National Museum of Pakistan in Karachi, he observed ancient artifacts and objects in various galleries that reflect the masterpiece history of Sindh and Balochistan.
The National Museum provided an opportunity to convince the American ambassador that Pakistan's history and archeology are worthy of respect for the United States. It also provided an opportunity to gain more awareness about the activities taking place under
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