FEBA UK – Pakistan
WEEKLY SUMMARY: FEBA established its regional office in Pakistan in May 1974. The station ZKS (Along with Life) went on the air in 1988 and is still broadcasting every evening. Programs are produced in six languages: Urdu, Sindhi, Saraiki, Punjabi, Pashto and Balti. These shortwave programs are a safe haven for a country like Pakistan, where 96% of the community is Muslim. The ever growing intolerance, terrorism, persecution, poverty and low literacy rate are making shortwave radio a strong tool to bring about change in society.