Over Two-Third Markets Sell Meat and Pulses Higher Than Official Prices

ISLAMABAD, July 22, 2020: Over two-thirds of Pakistan’s markets sold the key protein sources—meat (beef and mutton) and pulses—at higher prices than the officially notified rates, says the 12th Weekly Price Monitor issued by the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN).

Lax Enforcement Prompts Increase in Prices of Flour, Chicken, and Meat

ISLAMABAD, June 24, 2020: As the financial year 2019-2020 headed for a close, market prices of essential commodities, including wheat flour, chicken, and meat...

TDEA’s Paper: Engaging Civil Society Organizations in the COVID-19 Pandemic – Responses and Challenges

ISLAMABAD, May 06, 2020: TDEA’s paper explores the role of civil society organizations (CSOs) in Pakistan in responding to the largest public health emergency...

FAFEN Urges Govt to Strengthen Price Monitoring and Enforcement Mechanisms During Lockdown

ISLAMABAD, April 29, 2020: Despite no wide-scale shortage of essential commodities reported in the country, sporadic incidents of lax enforcement of officially notified prices,...

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