On 14 August 2018, leaders of Jamati institutions, girl guides, boy scouts and members volunteers corps came together in an iconic plantation campaign to commemorate the 71st independence day of Pakistan. More than 1000 pariticpants planted 1600 indigenous plants at different locations in Pakistan.
During Mawlana Hazar Imam's historic visit to Pakistan in December 2017, the Pakistan Post issued commemorative stamps to mark Mawlana Hazar Imam's Diamond Jubilee. The six stamps, denominated Rs10, celebrate the work of the AKDN in Pakistan. The stamps and commerative covers are now available to the Jamat in Pakistan at memorabilia stalls all over the country.
In the depth of winter, with temperatures as low at -17 degrees Celsius, Jamati volunteers have been working to prepare the Darbar site in Garamchashma, Chitral.
The Ismaili Council for Ishkoman Puniyal launched their Diamond Jubilee preparations with an inspirational Cleanliness Initiative, a unique event that saw a thousand members of the Jamat come together to clean and beautify their valley, demonstrating civic responsibilty and mindfulness of the environment.