Generator Handover to Learning Centre

Shojawal is a place in the city of Pakistan in the province of Sindh and was one of the areas worst affected by the 2009 floods. A request came from a learning centre in this area to assist with providing lights and Gift of the Givers donated a generator. This centre was also identified as a feeding point to approximately 1000 people for the month of Ramadaan. GOTG representative, Sabir Sayed

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Gift of the Givers Responds to Pakistan Earthquake

Dear Recipients

Following the 7.7 magnitude earthquake in Balochistan, Pakistan, on Tuesday, 24 September 2013, Gift of the Givers had fifty volunteers, comprising Search and Rescue experts, dog handlers, and Trauma Specialists, on standby to depart for the disaster zone.  No call was made for international assistance.

On Saturday, 28 September 2013, the area was struck by a second earthquake

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Pakistan Flood Relief Day 34 - 71 Part 2

The village where the major breach at Manchar Lake took place is Nangar Khan Barohi. Here 300 families were assisted. The teams then moved on to Bhan Saeedabad, which is between Sehwan and Nangar Khan Barohi, and here also delivered 300 food parcels. Then it was onward to Dadu, where another 300 families were the fortunate recipients.

In the meantime our teams from Islamabad were also active in
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Pakistan Flood Relief Day 38 - 71 Part 1

Working in Sehwan City, the epicentre of the flood, it was absolutely clear to our teams that increasing the pace and the geographical area of FOOD DISTRIBUTION was the major challenge facing everyone.

Over the next 34 days this proved to be really complicated: with the national highway washed away, the link road between Sehwan and Dadu destroyed, with suppliers running out of supplies and Karachi  Read more  

Generator Handover to Learning Centre (2)

Shojawal is a place in the city of Pakistan in the province of Sindh and was one of the areas worst affected by the 2009 floods. A request came from a learning centre in this area to assist with providing lights and Gift of the Givers donated a generator. This centre was also identified as a feeding point to approximately 1000 people for the month of Ramadaan. GOTG representative, Sabir Sayed

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Pakistan Flood Relief Day 34 - 71 Part 2 (2)

The village where the major breach at Manchar Lake took place is Nangar Khan Barohi. Here 300 families were assisted. The teams then moved on to Bhan Saeedabad, which is between Sehwan and Nangar Khan Barohi, and here also delivered 300 food parcels. Then it was onward to Dadu, where another 300 families were the fortunate recipients.

In the meantime our teams from Islamabad were also active in
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GOTG on Standby

Gift of the Givers is on standby to respond to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Baluchistan, Pakistan that took place on the afternoon of 24 September 2013. We are in touch with the relevant authorities as information is scanty presently given that the area is very remote, rural and very difficult to access. Being night there already, it complicates matters and security is a huge concern in the

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Pakistan Flood Relief Day 38 - 71 Part 1 (2)

Working in Sehwan City, the epicentre of the flood, it was absolutely clear to our teams that increasing the pace and the geographical area of FOOD DISTRIBUTION was the major challenge facing everyone.

Over the next 34 days this proved to be really complicated: with the national highway washed away, the link road between Sehwan and Dadu destroyed, with suppliers running out of supplies and Karachi  Read more  

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