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SANTA BARBARA, CA (August 10, 2007) In response to the recent monsoons and subsequent flooding in South Asia, medical aid group Direct Relief International is collaborating with partners in the affected countries to meet pressing healthcare needs compounded by contaminated and stagnant floodwaters.
In Pakistan, Direct Relief is supplying partner American Refugee Committee (ARC) with an Emergency Health Kit, containing medicines, IV solutions, and other supplies and equipment.
In response to the reported magnitude 7.6 earthquake near the India-Pakistan border, Direct Relief is preparing to respond as needed to emergency health needs.
Direct Relief Chief of Staff Annie Maxwell is in India on a previously scheduled visit with the leaders of BJS, an Indian nongovernmental organization with a nationwide disaster planning and response capacity, and has extended Direct Relief's offer of assistance.
Vice President of Programs Chris Brady has been in direct contact with a hospital administrator of a Direct Relief partner in Pakistan.