27 Aug 2010

Pakistan Floods - AIF takes the lead

The Al-Imdaad Foundation has launched its relief operations for the severe flooding which has crippled the north-western areas of Pakistan. Relief planning and operations are well underway and communication with the South African Consulate in Islamabad, Mr. Cassim Peer has also been initiated. The immediate and much needed relief aid has been assessed and AIF will receive a firsthand assessment from it's Patron and Trustee, Mufti Raza-ul-Haq who hails from the affected region. In the past, AIF had delivered tons of relief aid a year back after the same areas were affected with relentless fighting causing a massive displacement of people. More rains have been forecasted for the next few days and AIF will be continuing to facilitate its relief efforts to the disaster areas. The immediate needs are tents, medical supplies, blankets, kitchen utensils and AIF will be delivering these vital and much needed commodities soon.
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