Karachi: In a piece of recent news, Mahenau Agha, the UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Karachi Chapter’s Incharge Program, has volunteered to modernise the Karachi Safari Park and other development initiatives in the city.

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Ms. Agha stated this after visiting Safari Park and meeting with Administrator Karachi Laeeq Ahmed. She voiced her dissatisfaction with the lack of accessibility to Karachi’s Largest Safari Park. She said that the Safari Park lacked adequate animal containment and feeding facilities, as well as tourist entertainment.

She also offered Mr Laeeq financial and technical support in a variety of other development programs throughout the conversation. Ms Agha expressed particular interest in development initiatives relating to the renovation of Clifton’s Safari Park and Bagh Ibne-Qasam.

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She also noted that the way Safari Park is constructed leaves a lot of space for improvement and that it can only be characterised as an average park in its current state. It’s vital to remember that the Safari Park was established in 1970 and spans 148 acres. For the enjoyment of tourists, the Park contains a zoo.

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