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Agri-Innovation Strengthening Program: Bridging Pakistan-Canada Research Bonds

Welcome to the “Agri-Innovation Strengthening Program: Bridging Pakistan-
Canada Research Bonds.” In this pioneering initiative, we bring together the
dynamic agricultural landscapes of Pakistan and Canada to foster a
collaborative platform that transcends borders and cultivates cutting-edge
innovative agricultural research.

Drawing on the expertise of distinguished university professors from Pakistan’s esteemed Agriculture Universities, and with the generous backing of the subsidiary company 15162394 Canada Inc. of BWO Researches Pakistan, we are committed to propelling agricultural innovation to Canada for new Agri-business heights. This program not only nurtures the growth of visionary research projects of Pakistani researchers but also provides the essential link to propel these initiatives from conception to fruition in Canada. Aligned with the visionary goals of the Government of Canada, this initiative ensures that researchers are provided with the necessary resources and funding to undertake transformative research projects. By offering an opportunity to work in the dynamic agricultural research ecosystem of Canada, participants not only contribute to the global advancement of agricultural science but also gain a chance to enhance their own professional journey.

A significant feature of this program is its potential to pave the way for Permanent Residency opportunities in Canada upon successful completion of the research projects. This unique pathway not only rewards academic excellence but also underscores the commitment to nurturing enduring academic and cultural ties between Pakistan and Canada.

Join us in this remarkable journey of Agri-Innovation Strengthening, where collaboration knows no boundaries and where the seeds of research sown today will yield a harvest of sustainable agricultural solutions for a better tomorrow.


Our vision is to create a robust global network of agricultural innovation, catalyzing a transformative exchange of knowledge and ideas between Pakistan and Canada. We envision a future where groundbreaking research conducted through our collaborative efforts redefines agricultural practices, fosters sustainability, and addresses pressing global challenges to develop Canada as Agriculture Heaven.


Our mission is to bridge a bond between the seamless convergence of Pakistani agricultural academia and Canadian research excellence. Through the “Agri-Innovation Strengthening Program: Bridging Pakistan-Canada Research Bonds,” we aim to empower visionary researchers to explore uncharted territories in Canada, discover novel solutions, and co-create a brighter future for agriculture. By building bridges across borders, we strive to nurture a vibrant community that thrives on shared expertise and a collective commitment to agricultural advancement.


Research Synergy: Foster collaborative research projects that merge the unique strengths of Pakistani and Canadian agricultural academia to drive innovation.

Knowledge Exchange: Facilitate the exchange of insights, best practices, and technologies to address current and future challenges faced by the agricultural sector.

Sustainable Solutions: Develop research initiatives that prioritize sustainable agricultural practices, resource optimization, and environmental stewardship.

Professional Growth: Provide a platform for researchers to expand their horizons, refine their skills, and contribute to a global network of agricultural experts.

Permanent Residency Pathway: Offer a chance of transformative opportunity for scholars to gain Permanent Residency in Canada, thereby strengthening cultural and academic ties between the two nations.


The “Agri-Innovation Strengthening Program: Bridging Pakistan-Canada Research Bonds” is a collaborative effort of subsidiary company 15162394 Canada Inc. of BWO Researches Pakistan to develop a Research Bond between Pakistan’s esteemed Agriculture Universities professors and Canadian Agriculture Research Universities, institutions, and the Government. The program operates as a dynamic platform, facilitating seamless interactions, knowledge-sharing, and resource allocation to ensure the success of each research endeavor.

Commitment by BWO Researches (15162394 Canada Inc.):

BWO Researches, through its subsidiary company 15162394 Canada Inc., is fully committed to ensuring the success of the “Agri-Innovation Strengthening Program.” Our commitment encompasses:

Services for Securing Funds: We pledge substantial services for securing the funds to conduct the submitted and approved research projects, ensuring that researchers have the resources and necessary expertise for groundbreaking explorations through the project.

Research Infrastructure: We ensure to provide access to state-of-the-art research facilities, cutting-edge technologies, and data-driven insights to bolster the quality and impact of the research conducted.

Networking and Collaboration: We foster an environment that encourages cross-border collaborations, enabling researchers to connect, collaborate, and contribute to a global agricultural research community.

Guidance and Mentorship: We offer mentorship and guidance from experienced professionals at our panel, facilitating the seamless progression of research projects from inception to fruition.

Permanent Residency Pathway: We proudly support the PR pathway, recognizing outstanding researchers and their invaluable contributions, while also promoting long-lasting bilateral relations between Pakistan and Canada on successful completion of the projects.

Through our unwavering commitment, we aim to build a legacy of agricultural excellence that resonates across generations, transcending geographical boundaries and making a tangible impact on the world of agriculture. Together, we embark on a journey that promises innovation, collaboration, and the transformation of the agricultural landscape between Pakistan and Canada.

Agriculture and Artificial Intelligence

The purpose of BWO Researches Pakistan and Canada regarding innovative research on Agriculture and Artificial Intelligence development in 2024 is to drive cutting-edge advancements at the intersection of agriculture and artificial intelligence. The aim is to explore novel solutions and applications that optimize agricultural processes, enhance productivity, and promote sustainable practices. The achievement will be reflected in groundbreaking research outcomes that contribute to revolutionizing the agricultural sector through AI-driven technologies, fostering increased efficiency, resource optimization, and resilience in food production systems. By spearheading research in this domain, BWO Researches aims to position itself as a leading authority in agricultural innovation, shaping the future of sustainable agriculture and artificial intelligence development for global benefit.

Panel's Scientists

Dr. Mubashir Mehdi is currently working as Associate Professor at MNS University of Agriculture Multan in the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. He completed his basic degree in Agriculture Sciences with and thereafter diversified the qualification through acquiring my Master Degree in Management Sciences. The diversified experience of learning gave me the confidence to explore the research interest that would be of multidisciplinary and applied in nature. As a result, I got an opportunity to undertake my PhD studies in the School of Integrative System Management, university of Queensland Australia. The main focus of my PhD studies was to explore the principles of adult learning in the context of a whole of chain approach in rural industry development in developing countries.

Dr. Muhammad Ishaq earned a PhD Degree in Computer Science with Distinction from Harbin Engineering University as a HEC Scholar in 2012. Dr. Muhammad Ishaq seems to have several years of professional experience where he has served at various well-reputed universities. He has total of almost twelve (12) years post-PhD teaching experience.

Tenured Associate Professor, under HEC Tenure Track System (TTS), Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Post-doc: Endeavour Award, 2014 at University of Queensland, Australia. Supervisor: Prof. Steve Adkins. Assistant Professor, under HEC Tenure Track System (TTS), Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Assistant Professor, under HEC Interim Placement of Fresh PhDs Program (IPFP), Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. Post-doc. Gyeongsang National University, Korea. Supervisor: Prof. Young Ryun Chung. Ph. D. (Biological Sciences). Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea. M. Sc. (Hons.). (Agronomy). University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. B. Sc. (Hons.). (Agri). University College of Agriculture, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.

Dr. Munir Ahmed is currently working as an associate professor at Department of Entomology, FCFS, PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. His Research Institutes in Insecticide Resistance Management, Entomological Industries Development and Controlled Environment Pest and Pollination Management and have total 77 publications with a total experience in of 23 years in this field.

Muhammad Ishfaq Khan is PhD from Pakistan and Australia and Postdoc from the University of Edinburgh Scotland UK. I have 15 years teaching and research experience. He is senior Associate Professor [Tenured] and likely to be promoted to the position of Tenured Professor soon. Moreover, He had over 60 published research articles and completed Three Research Projects as a Principal Investigator and co principal investigator on weed management. Currently he is the General Secretary Weed Science Society of Pakistan and managing editor of Pakistan Journal of weed science research. He have visited 18 countries with 22 international professional visits.

Dr. Abdul Saboor is serving as Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Professor of Economics in Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi. He did his post-doctorate from University of Oxford, UK and diploma in Social Sciences from Said Business School of the same university. He has completed a Leadership Training Course from Leicester University, UK. He has completed one Year Non-Resident Fellowship with Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. With 30 years of experience in teaching, public policy, administration, academic, financial & project management, he has won Best University Teacher Award (2015).

Dr. Muhammad Tariq, a distinguished entomologist, completed his Ph.D. at Imperial College London, UK in 2011, establishing a foundation for a prolific career in academia and research. Currently holding the position of Associate Professor, Dr. Tariq has garnered recognition for his outstanding contributions to the field. With an impressive track record, Dr. Tariq has authored 60 research publications, showcasing his commitment to advancing knowledge in entomology and sustainable pest management. His research endeavors have been instrumental in shaping contemporary approaches to pest control. Dr. Tariq’s leadership extends to his role as the Focal Person for the National Entomological Reference Laboratory, where he plays a central role in guiding national initiatives and research in the field of entomology. His influence is particularly evident in his emphasis on developing new formulations for sustainable pest management, incorporating smart pest management techniques and innovative drone applications.