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Relief Supplies to Flood affected areas in Baluchistan and Sindh

Project Detail

The Zalmi Foundation facilitated more than 2000 affectees of flood in the rural areas of Baluchistan and Sindh. The Zalmi Foundation team went to the far areas of Baluchistan and Sindh that often get ignored in relief work. The team provided the victims with food, clothing, and shelter supplies. Upon feedback from locals and general observations, it was noted that no other national or international agency had reached out to the specific areas the Zalmi Foundation targeted. Thus, reducing inequality in relief services received, and fostering tolerance, respect and understanding for local needs. More than 2000 youth members from the Baluchistan and Sindh participated in this activity. After a successful pilot, we aim to launch similar activities in other Commonwealth countries affected by catastrophes. We are also in the process of partnering with Peace land International (a Chinese not-for-profit) that specializes in Rescue Missions during natural disasters. We aim to take this expertise to other developing Commonwealth Countries in the coming years. 

The Flood Relief Program was carried out in collaboration with the Peace Land Foundation for the flood affected people of KP.

The Flood Relief Program was carried out in collaboration with the Peace Land Foundation for the flood affected people of KP. In the relief program, we distributed mosquitoes nets, mosquito repellents, soaps, hand sanitizers, shampoos, and other hygiene products in order to avoid the diseases that comes with the dirty water after floods. The activity was carried out in Nowshehra District with the help of local government. The relief packages were distributed to more than 2000 flood affectees.