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ISLAMABAD: The Government of Pakistan has pledged US $1 million as contribution for utilisation towards the reconstruction and rehabilitation process currently ongoing in Nepal after the devastating earthquakes that hit the country earlier this year.
The announcement was made by the acting head of Pakistan's Mission in Nepal during the International Conference on Nepal’s Reconstruction, held in Kathmandu on June 25.
In continuation to Nepal earthquake relief efforts from the government of Pakistan, another one C-130 sortie was sent today carrying 2920 Tarpaulin.
A total 19xC-130 sorties carrying relief assistance have successfully been handed over to Nepalese government for the earthquake affectees.
In continuation to Nepal earthquake relief efforts from the government of Pakistan, another one C-130 sortie was sent today carrying 3000 Tarpaulin.
A total 18xC-130 sorties carrying relief assistance have successfully been handed over to Nepalese government for the earthquake affectees.
The total relief dispatched so far includes 2531 Tents, 3 ton Food Packs (13 kg/ 29 kg each),1000 NDMA Blankets and additional 12.5 tons of Medicines, 15 Community Shelter, 17000 Tarpaulin Shelters, 20 ton Rice, 0.5 tons Lentil , 500 kgs ( 3024 litres) Water and 3000 MREs.
In continuation to Nepal earthquake relief efforts from the government of Pakistan, another two C-130 sortie were sent today carrying Tents120, Rice 13 ton and Tarpaulin 2000.
A total 17xC-130 sorties carrying relief assistance have successfully been handed over to Nepalese government for the earthquake affectees.
22nd May 2015
In continuation to Nepal earthquake relief efforts from the government of Pakistan, another C-130 sortie were sent today carrying 362 tents.
A total 15xC-130 sorties carrying relief assistance have successfully been handed over to Nepalese government for the earthquake affectees.
The total relief dispatched so far includes 2411 Tents, 3 ton Food Packs (13 kg/ 29 kg each),1000 NDMA Blankets and additional 12.5 tons of Medicines, 15 Community Shelter, 12925 Tarpaulin Shelters, 7 ton Rice, 0.5 tons Lentil , 500 kgs ( 3024 litres) Water and 3000 MREs.
NDMA has dispatched further two C-130 aircrafts today to Nepal carrying humanitarian relief assistance as part of ongoing relief operation for the Nepal earthquake affectees.The consignment comprised of 3175 Tarpaulin Shelters, 200 Tents and 5 tons of Rice.
The total relief dispatched so far includes 2049 Tents, 3 ton Food Packs(13 kg/ 29 kg each),1000 NDMA Blankets and additional 12.5 tons of Medicines, 15 Community Shelter, 12925 Tarpaulin Shelters, 7 ton Rice, 0.5 tons Lentil , 500 kgs ( 3024 litres) Water and 3000 MREs sent via 14xC-130 aircrafts.
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NDMA Pakistan continues with the relief efforts for Nepal Earthquake Affectees. Today two more C 130 flights were sent to Nepal, thus bringing the total number of flights to 12.
The total relief provided till to date is:- 1849 Tents, 9750 Tarpaulin Shelters, 15 Community Shelter , 1000 Blankets, 12.5 tons Medicines, 2 Tons Rice, 500 kgs ( 3024 litres) Water, 3 tons Food Packs, 3000 MREs, 0.5 tons Lentils
In pursuance of the directives of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, NDMA continues with its relief operations for Nepal earthquake affectees.
On 8th May 2015, another relief flight was sent to Nepal with 3000 tarpaulin shelters and 15 large community shelters.
This plane was also accompanied by Chairman NDMA, Major General Asghar Nawaz along with NDMA officials. The Chairman NDMA visited the earthquake affected areas of Nepal to further assess the ground situation and also to identify further relief needs of the calamity hit communities.
NDMA dispatched further two C-130 aircrafts today as part of sustained relief operation to Nepal earthquake affectees.
The humanitarian assistance comprised of 700 tents and 400 kg of medicines. NDMA is making all possible efforts to ensure immediate transportation of shelter to address the much needed support and assistance for the affectees of Nepal Earthquake.
On the directives of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to meet the requirement of shelter for the earthquake affectees of Nepal on immediate basis, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) with the assistance of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has planned a sustained relief operation.