Mr Stephane Mund, Deputy Head of Mission, Belgium embassy in Pakistan accompanied Mr Mohammad Khan, ASF-Pakistan ED, on a monitoring mission. This was a tangible way of understanding the field situation and observe ASF work on the ground. Mr Mund is shown below being introduced to the Aman comittee, a group set up to enhance peace between shias and sunnis and prevent conflicts which may lead to extreme violence including acid attack, although the usage of acid from a religious group to target another is still marginal in Pakistan….We salute the initiative!
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