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Pakistan has not yet recovered from the disastrous earthquake that struck Northern Areas of Pakistan on October 08, 2005 and now, another devastating disaster has hit the country.
On 23 and 24 June, 2007 coastal areas of Pkautan were hit by tropical cyclone Yemyin, packing winds of up to 80 miles per hour (130 kph) rode over the Arabian Sea to the South of Karachi and hit the coast of the south west province of Balochistan, dumping torrential rain over Balochistan and Sindh Provinces.
October 24, 2005 - 2:45 p.m.: Carrying
over $2 million in essential medicines and medical supplies, MAP International
successfully airlifted greatly needed medical aid for survivors injured
in the October 8 earthquake in Pakistan and India.
Two Johnson & Johnson Disaster Modules were airlifted from the United States to Islamabad. These supplies are being used by medical teams in the northeast provinces of Pakistan.
(October 11, 2005 - 11:45a.m.) The death toll from Saturday's massive 7.6 earthquake in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan, continues to rise. Nearly 40,000 people have perished from this disaster.
MAP International anticipates its emergency relief response to the devastating earthquakes in central Asia will become one of its largest in recent years.
Based on early assessments from field partners, MAP anticipates it will supply emergency hospitals, clinics and mobile emergency medical units with several millions of dollars in essential medicines and medical supplies.
MAP needs to raise $500,000 to support its initial relief efforts.
MAP International is accepting cash donations from individuals to help provide aid to those in need.