Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Capoeira

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 I am so proud of my students Mirwais Janbaz and Humair Qazi!!! Happy for you guys. You deserve all the success!


The Embassy of Brazil in Islamabad held a ceremony on 17-Feb-2015, at the Chancery, in honour of the Mr. Shayan Ali and Mr. Mirwais, Pakistani Capoeira athletes, who recently came back from Brazil. These athletes were sent to Brazil by the Embassy of Brazil in Islamabad for an advanced three week long training course in Capoeira at “ABADA Capoeira” training centre in Rio de Janeiro.











Patricia

Monday, February 16, 2015

CUIDADO, CIDADÃ BRASILEIRA

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Se você tem-se comunicado pela internet com homens paquistaneses e iniciou um relacionamento virtual...


Leia mais em:

http://islamabade.itamaraty.gov.br/pt-br/alerta_mulheres.xml





Patricia

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Pakistan National Things


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Patricia

Somos mesmo todos irmãos?

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Agora a moda aqui é explodir mesquita xiíta. Ai Ai


http://www.dawn.com/news/1163374/eight-killed-56-injured-in-blast-near-peshawar-imambargah



Patricia

Sem palavras

AoA,


nem consegui ver todas as fotos. Só veja se você tiver estômago forte.



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2949383/Hunted-piled-road-dumped-rubbish-pile-Dozens-dogs-killed-Pakistan-response-rising-numbers-strays.html



Patricia


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

AoA,

Ambassador of Brazil to Pakistan Alfredo Leoni looking at Brazilian Cotton used in Pakistani Textile Industry-Multan, Pakistan.
Brazil is at 5th position with reference to (Cotton and Yarn) supply to Pakistan.





Check our page on FB: https://www.facebook.com/EmbassyBrazilIslamabad?fref=ts



Patricia

Monday, February 9, 2015

Earthly matters: Zero hunger

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Implementation of a national strategy switched Brazil from an aid recipient to a model of success, can Pakistan do it?


Small farmers in Pakistan will be helped by the Zero Hunger Programme, photo by the writer

It is estimated that by 2050, five billion people will be living in cities and with agricultural production already adversely affected by climate change, food security is going to become a huge urban problem. Already it is estimated that 58 per cent of households in Pakistan are food insecure (National Nutrition Survey 2011).
The country needs to come up with some urgent strategies to ensure that no one goes hungry and that people are fed properly (already so many Pakistani children are growing up stunted due to lack of access to nutritious food).
It is a massive challenge, but the good news is that there is no need to reinvent the wheel as we can learn lessons from Brazil’s Zero Hunger Strategy.
In just over a decade, Brazil has achieved great success in overcoming hunger and promoting food security through its Zero Hunger Strategy.
Since the launch of the strategy in 2003, the promotion of food and nutrition security has become a major priority for the Brazilian government, and now they are more than willing to share their experience with other countries, including Pakistan.
In partnership with the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP), Brazil has set up the Centre of Excellence against Hunger to provide advice and technical assistance on programmes against hunger and poverty.
The Centre is currently supporting governments of the South to reduce hunger amongst schoolchildren through the promotion of school feeding programmes that are targeted, nutritious, cost-effective and use locally produced foods.
During the recent conference in Islamabad on “Pathways to Sustainable Development” hosted by the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Cynthia Jones who is the Deputy Director of the Centre of Excellence against Hunger in Brazil, was invited via Skype to explain the Zero Hunger Strategy and its relevance to Pakistan. She pointed out that a Pakistani delegation had recently visited Brazil (thanks to Alfredo Leoni, the Brazilian ambassador to Pakistan) to learn about Brazil’s successful social programmes, “which are pulling people out of hunger and extreme poverty”.
In fact, Pakistan’s Ministry of National Food Security and Research had already launched the national Zero Hunger Programme in 2012. Subsequently Brazilian food security experts visited Pakistan and offered to share their experience with Pakistani officials to help them accelerate the pace of the programme. In June 2014, a ministerial delegation from Pakistan visited the WFP Centre of Excellence in Brazil, which is now supporting the further development of Pakistan’s Zero Hunger Programme. “The need is for an integrated strategy which covers food access and agriculture for small farmers,” explained Jones.
The Zero Hunger Strategy is based on access to food and the strengthening of family farming. One of the biggest achievements of the strategy was the boost of Brazil’s school feeding programme, which now connects both elements of the strategy. Brazil has the second largest school feeding programme in the world, serving 44million students in public education with at least one meal a day during the school year.
Today Brazilian law recognises that school feeding is a right, and that it should be linked to family agriculture: at least 30pc of the funds must be spent on food purchased from small farmers. The link between school feeding and family farming is considered to be a groundbreaking strategy to combat hunger and poverty, as well as to promote food and nutrition security. School feeding contributes to increased school enrolment and attendance and prevents stunted growth in children. Through the purchase quota for family farmers, school feeding also provides a steady demand for local food production, increasing the income and resilience of small farmers. “Brazil needed social inclusion so the programme targeted the most vulnerable groups,” explained Jones.
The Zero Hunger Programme in Pakistan aims to provide a national system for food and nutrition security. The five-year plan targets a total of 61 million food insecure people across the country, with a total cost of $16bn. Unfortunately, it has not made much progress since it was launched in 2012. According to Jones, for the programme to succeed, what is needed is “a strong central policy, an integrated national strategy and a strong political will which comes from leadership”.
The programme implementation needs to be decentralised and should be done by local governments that are close to the beneficiaries, with oversight provided by the community and civil society. “It will take a lot of coordination from different ministries to achieve zero hunger,” according to Jones.
A representative from the Ministry of National Food Security and Research at the conference pointed out that a dedicated cell had been established at the Ministry for the programme and that a National Coordinator, Malik Zahoor Ahmad, had been designated. The WFP in Pakistan is providing the capacity building and a pilot project would soon be launched in rural Islamabad. “A PC-1 for the project is being prepared … We have also requested the provincial governments to appoint focal points for better coordination of the Zero Hunger Programme,” said the representative. The Ministry needs to speed up its efforts and start the implementation of this valuable programme as soon as possible.
Published in Dawn, Sunday Magazine, February 8th, 2015

Patricia


Sunday, February 8, 2015

Latest Technology Of Pakistan

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http://www.newsofpakistan.com/2015/01/18/latest-technology-of-pakistan-rana-tanveer-hussain/





Patricia

Atenção garotas!!!

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Meninas, vocês que estão se preparando para casar com um paquistanês prestem atenção e cuidado com o nikahnama. Tem um campo em que eles colocam um valor. Esse valor é o SEU!!! Então fiquem espertas. Esse valor vocês podem pedir ao seu marido em qualquer momento depois de casados. Negociem antes de  casar, não assinem nada sem antes ler. Em um casamento entre paquistaneses, quem negocia é a família da noiva. No nosso caso estamos completamente sozinhas. COMPLETAMENTE SOZINHAS. E outra: o nikahnama deve ser feito nos dois idiomas, Inglês e Urdu. Tem outro campo também que te dá ou não o direito de pedir divórcio. Repetindo: fiquem espertas. Leiam antes de assinar. Vocês vão estar sob pressão pois é tudo muito rápido e LOGICO eles vão querer que vocês assinem rápido pois não são idiotas.

Sejam espertas, estudem, vejam onde vocês estão pisando pois pra se divorciar depois meu amor, só por Deus.



Patricia

Saturday, February 7, 2015

O que são os xiitas?

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boa matéria da Folha sobre  essa divisão tão perseguida do Islã.



http://mundialissimo.blogfolha.uol.com.br/2014/12/08/o-que-sao-os-xiitas/




Patricia

A que ponto chegamos?

AoA


Pois é, o negócio tá feio por aqui. 


http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/mundo/2015/02/1585633-apos-atentado-em-escola-do-paquistao-professoras-aprendem-a-atirar.shtml?cmpid=%22facefolha%22




Patricia

10 Facts You Didn't Know About the Hijab

AoA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZCXAY7p4hs