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IBC STARTED EMERGENCY RELIEF ACTIVITIES IN PAKISTAN AFTER THE FLOOD DISASTER


In Pakistan, where flood waters caused heavy destruction, 1300 people lost their lives. In the disaster that affected 33 million people, 9 million people need urgent help.

IBC launched an emergency relief project involving 2000 families following the floods that hit Pakistan. While the Blue Crescent meets the basic food needs of 1000 families in the provinces of Sindh and Balochistan, which were most affected by the disaster, the project is aimed to reach 5000 families by the end of 2022.

IBC Pakistan Emergency Relief Team, which has been carrying out emergency relief activities in the country since the Kashmir earthquake in 2005, continues its work under the coordination of federal and local governments while reaching the needy who took shelter in temporary shelters in flooded villages.

In this context, the victims of the disaster greet IBC team, which tours from villages, saying, "Our friends in Turkey did not leave us alone again."

"You are the first organization to come to the region, Thank you to Turkey"

Perwez Eshra, one of the residents of the village, expressed her feelings as follows during the relief efforts in the village of Shellha.

"This is the first time help arrives here. We were very happy to see our friends in Turkey once again with us. We would like to thank IBC and Turkey."



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