Pakistan: Record rains ease Islamabad’s water shortage

AlertNet: Islamabad is enjoying abundant water supplies for the first time in a dozen years after record winter rainfall. But experts warn that reforestation and better water management are needed in the long term for the Pakistani capital's growing population. Musarat Aftab is exhilarated that after years of water shortages she will no longer have to do without a piped water supply, now that the dam that supplies Islamabad is filling. The 40-year-old beautician lives in a two-story house in Islamabad's......

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