Home Business FINCA Celebrates “Greener Pakistan” on the Eve of Independence Day

FINCA Celebrates “Greener Pakistan” on the Eve of Independence Day

FINCA Microfinance Bank and its staff took an initiative on the eve of Independence Day to ‘Plant a Tree’ for the Greener Pakistan as part of the bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Under this initiative more than 1000 trees will be planted in Lahore in collaboration with Pakistan Horticulture Authority (PHA).

FINCA’s management emphasized that all organizations should play their role in building a healthy environment for generations to come and in this resolve each corporate employee should take self-responsibility of making “Greener Pakistan”.

Persons in Photograph: Mazoor Ahmed Janjua, Company Secretary; M. Mubashar Bashir, CFO, FINCA Microfinance Bank’s Staff & Pakistan Horticulture Authority – PHA’s Officials initiated tree plantation drive at Bagh-e-Jinnah, Lahore on Wednesday, 7th August 2019.

Must Read

Advanced Tech Gadgets and Smartphones at Mistore.pk

A cadre of Tech Experts have a firm believe that digitalization will expand its boundaries and will continue to create more opportunities for Tech...

Users beware as Huawei Y9A phone does not support many apps including Google Play Store

Users beware as the Huawei Y9A phone does not support many apps including Google Play Store Pakistani mobile phone users must read carefully this content...

TECNO “REAL HERO” Spark 6 with Heroic theme is expected to launch on a TV channel

The leading smartphone brand TECNO Mobile is all set to unveil its premium phone Spark 6 in a grand virtual launch event. Finally, TECNO...

Digital technology vital for country’s development, Federal Minister for IT Syed Amin Ul Haque

ISLAMABAD (16-9-2020): Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque has said that digital technology is vital for the development of the...

Pakistani consumers go cashless as trust in digital payments surges amid COVID-19: Visa survey

Pakistani consumers go cashless as trust in digital payments surges amid COVID-19: Visa survey   Current pandemic climate: 52% shopping more online,...