Badin District Website Launched

Badin district is situated between 24º-5` to 25º-25` north latitude and 68 21’ to 69 20’ east longitude. The district is bounded on the north by Hyderabad district on the east by Mirpurkhas and Tharparker districts, on the south the Arabian Sea and Rann of Kutch, which also forms the international boundary with India, and on the west it is bounded by Thatta and Hyderabad districts. The total area of the district is 6,726 square kilometers and the district consists of five talukas, they are Badin, Matli, Tando Bago, Golarchi and Talhar and with the introduction of the Devolution System the talukas have been sub-divided into the Union Councils numbering 49, Tapas 109 and Dehs 511.

While IUCN Pakistan Programme is helping District Government Badin to help them formulate Strategy for Sustainable Development for District Badin, IUCN's Knowledge Management Unit has launched Badin District website as an Information sharing tool on various aspects for the District. The website offers geographical, topographical, historical and cultural information. It gives details of the hierarchical administrative and political setup, along with details of the district’s health units, educational institutions and business centers. The website also features a picture gallery and a list of all the hotels and restaurants of the district. The website is accessible at

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