Naval Chief meets Ambassador of Indonesia to Pakistan at Naval Headquarters Islamabad.
As the nation is rigorously fighting against the corona virus surge in the country, Pakistan Navy reaches out to aggrieved families in coastal and creeks area to distribute ration among the deserving families during the Holy month of Ramzan. Pakistan Navy in collaboration with Sahil Welfare Association distributed ration bags to over 1100 deserving families of Sindh and Balochistan.
Amabassador of Republic of Azerbaijan to Pakistan calls on Naval Chief at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.
Pakistan Navy in collaboration with Sahil Welfare Association (SWA) organizes various welfare activities to support local populace of Coastal/ Creeks area. In this context 350 x ration bags carrying daily commodities (one month ration package) were distributed in Damb and Gaddani.
Pakistan Navy has been continuously reaching out and helping underprivileged sections of the society since the outbreak of COVID 19 pandemic. During the recent campaign, Pakistan Navy Women Association (PNWA) in coordination with philanthropist organisation shared the happiness of Holy month of Ramadan by distributing hundreds of ration bags with deserving families.
Pakistan NavyShip NASR arrived at Karachi Port after completing three months long successful Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Mission to African countries. During the deployment to African continent, PNS NASR delivered 1000 tons of rice as gift from people of Pakistan at Djibouti, Sudan, Benin and Niger.
Pakistan Navy Annual Safety Review 2019-20 was held at Karachi. Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
In an impressive Investiture Ceremony held at Bahria Auditorium, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi conferred military awards upon Pakistan Navy personnel. The recipients of Sitara-l-lmtiaz (Military) were Cdre Khyber Zaman, Cdre Shafquat Hussain Akhtar, Cdre Adnan Majeed, Cdre Muhammad Imran Rana, Cdre Rizwan Ahmed, Capt Noaman Imam, Capt Khalil Ahmed, Capt Atif Raees Khan and Capt Farhan Ahmad Siddiqi.
Pakistan Navy has launched Mangroves Plantation Campaign in the Coastal Areas of Sindh and Balochistan provinces. Commander Coast, Vice Admiral Zahid Ilyas graced the occasion as Chief Guest and inaugurated Pakistan Navy Mangroves Plantation Campaign 2021 by planting mangrove sapling at Port Bin Qasim AOR.
Mangroves make up one of the world's most unique ecosystems and provide host of benefits including protection of land from erosion and limit sea intrusion. Since mangroves are adapted to survive in saline and sheltered coastal areas, approximately 1/4th of the world's tropical coastline has mangroves estimated to be spread over an area of approx 181, 000 sq km of 112 countries.