Faisalabad Uni Develops Sanitizers Conforming WHO Standards

The University of Agriculture, Faisalabad (UAF), has introduced a hand and surface sanitizer at par with the standards of the World Health Organisation (WHO).

The Biochemistry Department of UAF worked hard on the project and prepared an antibacterial and antiviral sanitizer on the directives of UAF Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Muhammad Ashraf.


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The sanitizer was developed, keeping WHO’s directions in which high-quality chemicals were used. It works equally well when applied on hands or surfaces, UAF experts said.

Sanitisers works as a tool to fight the coronavirus.


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Those interested can get it from the main gate of the varsity, and Molecular Care Collection Centre opposite the Institute of Business Management Sciences between 10 am and 3 pm.


  • WHO- recommended formula , each and every Pharmacist preparing since 1980
    Faisalabad university ist aware about sanitizer and make news, if they have some capability prepared vaccine. world people when read their news they feel Pakistan is 2decade back .

  • Wow creating a hand sanitizer from the recipe WHO gave is such a feat for a university’s *Biochemistry department*
    Seriously? This is the innovation our country is producing

  • Its not a big deal! The youtube has hundreds of videos on how to make a hand sanitizer and that one too meeting the WHO standards. Its not about making it all over again but to distribute it to the public.

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