WFP urges global community to contribute to safe return of FATA IDPs
Country Director of the programme says extremism can be eliminated by improving living standard of people of FATA.
World Food Programme's Country Director in Pakistan Lola Castro says the international community needs to proactively contribute to sustainable food security and safe return of Internally Displaced Persons of Federally Administered Tribal Areas to their homes.
Talking to Radio Pakistan's News and Current Affairs Channel on Wednesday, she said that Pakistani government has been the major contributor in the rehabilitation process by distributing twenty-five thousand metric tons of wheat every month.
To a question, Lola Castro said extremism in FATA can be eliminated by enhancing living standard of people. She said that Pakistan needs to increase the pace of implementing the concept of fortified wheat to address the malnutrition issue.
To a question, the WFP Country Director said tourists should visit Pakistan as it is the most beautiful country in the world and people are quite hospitable.