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Join World Communiy To Save Pakistan

Thursday, August 19, 2010

After Three weeks from the start of crises now world community has started to ramp up assistance to Pakistan against Flood Crises.

Saudi Arabia is Leading one announced a aid, whereas Japan said it would send helicopters to help share out food, water and medicine. Saudi Arabia has donated a further $80 million to Pakistan.

In the start of this week Saudi Arabia launched a national campaign to raise aid for the flood sufferers, with the campaign already collecting more than $26.7 million. The United Nations revealed that contributions and pledges of $272.4 million have so far been received for planned activities of the Pakistan Initial Floods Emergency Response Plan (PIFERP), lagging it behind by $187.3 million.

Manuel Bessler, The County Director UNOCHA, has told to reporters in a media briefing that clusters are now working to insert projects into PIFERP. An efficient version of the PIFERP, including projects, is due to be finalized by August 25.

More, he said the contributions in the context of the PIFERP, which intends to complement national efforts led by the government, donors have donated or promised at least $255 million directly to the government, to the Red Crescent/Cross Movement, and to other organisations for activities out of PIFERP.

With reference to Japanese embassy in Islamabad on Thursday said: “As the need is judged to be high for Japan Disaster Relief (JDR) activities with helicopters of the Self-Defense Forces (SDF), Japan started necessary preparations for a swift dispatch of the SDF unit as a JDR team”.

Algeria has also announced a $1 million contribution for the sufferers.

Uzbekistan has promised to give 40 tonnes of relief goods to Pakistan for the flood victims. The aid will contain tents, blankets, drinking water, medicines, flour, rice, canned baby food, adults and children’s clothing worth $300,000.

Two loader planer were flown to Pakistan with more than 73,000 kilogrammes of humanitarian aid.

Finland will donate a grant worth $4.1 million for the affected people.

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies had increased its appeal to donors for $73.6 million. The federation had initially appealed for $3.3 million on August 2. agencies.

Clampers Death on Private Lands

Monday, August 16, 2010

On Tuesday Government will announce a policy that Wheel clampers are to be banned from operating on private land.

The ban comes after 20 years the practice was outlawed in Scotland, with only unlicensed vehicles able to be clamped in Northern Ireland. After application of law , anyone who clamps a vehicle or tows it away on private land will face big fines or even jail.

Home Office Minister Lynne Featherstone has said "The coalition government has an agreement and a commitment to tackle rogue wheel clampers on private land and that's what we're doing. The decision is to ban them."

Trading Standards officers in Birmingham have been calling for a ban on clamping for more than 20 years.
According to Chris Neville "A big warning sign at the entrance to the car park is normally sufficient to keep people away but what's happened historically is that wheel clampers wouldn't do that because really they just want people to park on land as an income generating tactic."
The head of AA public Affairs has welcome this announcement and said "It is a momentous decision that will end a scourge that has blighted the name of parking control in private parking areas for so long.”

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Flood View in Pakistan

Sunday, August 15, 2010

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited to flood-devastated Pakistan.

Mr Ban told disaster was greater than anything he had seen before.

According to Pakistani government up to 20 million people have now been affected by the monsoon floods.

Near about 1,500 have lost their lives. Death rate in Flood areas is increasing rapidly. The UN has already confirmed at least one case of cholera among the victims.

Efforts on local and international level are required to handle this disaster let watch a clip about people in trouble:

The shortage of food is natural result. Many welfare institutes have begun to deliver food packets which contain rice, lentils, flour, and water purification tablets. To handle the threat of diarrheal diseases they are distributing Rehydration Solution sachets. Additionally, medical team for assessment of health needs have been sent in the affected communities.

Deadly Flooding Leaves Millions Displaced - Pakistan

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


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