The district government is ready to facilitate AGAHE and WaterAid for preparation of District Wash Plan for both development and disaster context, said DCO Hafiz Shaukat Ali.
Addressing the seminar, he urged the non-profit organisations to focus on establishment of water filtration plants and provision of quality water in schools.
NGOs office-bearers Hina Kausar, Mubarak Ali Sarwar and Waheed Khan also spoke. DIG (Prisons) Shaukat Feroze, President City Press Club Dr Khalid Mehmood Chaudhry and other notables also attended the seminar.
The DCO promised the district government would help both the NGOs that were working on water and women health issues. He stressed the need for creating awareness among women about their health.  Speaking on the occasion, MPA Hamad Nawaz Tipu said that the Punjab government was focusing on health issues of the girls.
NGO Programme Coordinator Hina Kausar said that the main health problem for the rural women was sexually transmitted diseases, and reproductive tract infections. Important point was that, unfortunately, most of the rural women remain unaware to these disorders. The main reasons of the alarming situation were lack of education, health care centres and tribal customs that restricted the women from clinical tests, she added.
AGAHE CEO Mubarak Ali Sarwar said that the NGO with the support of WaterAid was calling participation of the government, media, academia, legislators, civil society organizations and other stakeholders for breaking the silence on MHM.
Agahe District In-charge Waheed Khan said that the AGAHE and WaterAid jointly launched MHM project for the district.