Quality of Life in Karachi, Pakistan

Purchasing Power Index 21.26   Very Low
Safety Index 45.01   Moderate
Health Care Index 56.98   Moderate
Climate Index 71.32   High
Cost of Living Index 17.13   Very Low
Property Price to Income Ratio 16.89   Very High
Traffic Commute Time Index 42.19   High
Pollution Index 89.76   Very High
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 78.04   Very Low

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Last update: March 2023

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1 Comments so far
Faz on Mar 29, 2021:
I grew up in Karachi. I left Karachi in the early '90s. It used to be an intriguing city with very bright lights at night and a busting place in the day. I visited Karachi in 2019 after 25 long years. I was stunned and disappointed. The only change I saw was too many people, too much filth on the street, and too many houses, buildings. The resources are incredibly low. There is no reliable govt transportation and there are no entertainment centers for the people. The city is decaying with politician negligence. The people are suffering from no one to turn to. Overall, Karachi is in ICU and desperately needed CPR.