Global civil society activity in Faisalabad, Pakistan
Faisalabad, formerly known as Lyallpur, is the third-most-populous city in Pakistan, and the second-largest in the eastern province of Punjab. Historically one of the first planned cities within British India, it has long since developed into a cosmopolitan metropolis. Faisalabad was restructured into city district status; a devolution promulgated by the 2001 local government ordinance (LGO). The total area of Faisalabad District is 5,856 km2 (2,261 sq mi) while the area controlled by the Faisalabad Development Authority (FDA) is 1,280 km2 (490 sq mi). Faisalabad has grown to become a major industrial and distribution centre because of its central location in the region and connecting roads, rails, and air transportation. It has been referred to as the "Manchester of Pakistan". Faisalabad contributes over 20 percent of Punjab's GDP, and has an average annual GDP of $20.5 billion. Agriculture and industry remain its hallmark.
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Organizations based in Faisalabad
Past Events in Faisalabad
1998 Agro Environ : international symposium on agro-environmental issues and future strategies
1996 International symposium on nitrogen fixation with non-legumes – International Atomic Energy Agency
1996 Symposium – International Symposium on Nitrogen Fixation with Non-Legumes
1993 International symposium on biotechnology for sustainable development – International Atomic Energy Agency
1993 Regional conference – Afro-Asian Psychological Association
1989 Annual meeting – South Asia Partnership International
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