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1. GENERAL SITUATION & TURKISH RED CRESCENT ACTIVITIES
TRC operations in Pakistan started in the wake of the 2005 earthquake, with the TRC and Pakistan Red Crescent signing a MoU for activities such as: capacity building & development. On the 8th of March 2009, TRC established its Head of Delegations. Since then, TRC activities within the region has been coordinated through this office.
2. FOOD ITEMS & NON-FOOD ITEMS
Turkish Red Crescent responds to country-wide disasters and emergencies in coordination with National Disaster Management through 9 District and 24 Local Disaster Management & Operation Centers. The Disaster Response Activities are conducted with the involvement of 260 disaster relief staff and other staff that work in other units of the institution across country.
Throughout 2013, there were approximately 134 emergencies as a result of the natural and man-made disasters. The emergencies and disasters responded by the Turkish Red Crescent in 2013 are as follows:
Turkish Red Crescent responses to countrywide disasters with the coordination of National Directorate General for Disaster Management, through 9 District and 24 Local Disaster Management & Operation Centers. The disaster response activities are conducted with support of 260 expert disaster personnel and personnel that work in other units of the institution across the country.
REPORTING PERIOD 23 SEPTEMBER 2011 – 06 OCTOBER 2011
Pakistan Red Crescent and Turkish Red Crescent Joint Flood Operation Response Mechanism
Disaster Response Activities of TRC/PRCS
TRC's Completed and Ongoing Activities in Pakistan
Activities in Emergency Phase
Distribution of Humanitarian Relief Items
Psycho Social Support Activities
Provision of Medicine
The unprecedented floods which triggered by seasonal monsoon rains have wiped out 3 provinces; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), Baluchistan, Punjab and AJ&K as well in Pakistan. According to the official reports; at least 3,000,000 people have been affected and the forecasts show that this weather will prevail in the region.
Islamabad, 3 June 2009 - In response to recent conflict situation in Swat, Buner and adjoining areas, and in view of the massive displacement in north-west Pakistan, due to the confrontation between Government forces and militants.
- THE SITUATION:
With a view to providing humanitarian aid to the affected people by the earthquake which struck early in the morning of October 29, 2008 in Baluchistan and caused 176 people lost their lives, 312 injured and left over 20.000 people homeless, Turkish Red Crescent, immediately deployed 5 relief staff to Quetta for making a need assessment on 29th and 30th October, 2008.
Latest Report on TRCS activities in the Field
TRC/PRCS response to Balochistan Earthquake:
Turkish Red Crescent, in the awake of the earthquake that struck Ziarat, Balochistan on October 29th, started the immediate relief operation with a view to alleviate human suffering of the victims of the quake.
Turkish Red Crescent is supporting PRCS to provide food items and hygiene kits to the Earthquake affected population of District Ziarat worth of 50,000 USD.
With a view to providing humanitarian aid to the affected people by the earthquake which struck early in the morning of October 29, 2008 in Baluchistan and caused 350 people lost their life and left over 20.000 people homeless, Turkish Red Crescent, immediately, deployed 5 relief staff to Quetta for making a need assessment on 29th and 30th October, 2008.
Based on the initial information, for 1.000 affected families, Turkish Red Crescent started to procurement of food rations, (each package composed of 20 kg wheat flour, 5 kg rice, 5 kg bean, 5 kg sugar, 2.5 lt cooking oil, 1 kg salt …
An earthquake with the scale of 6,4 on the Richter scale hit 70 kmnortheast of Quettacity, the capital of Balochistan province in Pakistan. According to initial reports, 160 lives have been lost and about 15.000 people are estimated to have become homeless. The number of casualties is expected to rise.
According to information received by Turkish Red Crescent (TRCS) Global Disaster Monitoring Unit which works on a 24/7 basis, International Relief Unit in TRCS Operation Centre is immediately alerted and response activities are initiated.
Turkish Red Crescent, is a volunteer-driven National Society and Turkey's largest humanitarian organization was founded in 1868 and it not only directly helps to people who are in need but also coordinates humanitarian relief operations that are conducted for the victims of natural and technological disasters as well as wars, for refugees and those forcibly displaced.
Based on the its vision, our activities are guided at all times by our Fundamental Principles, which are humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. These values are the …
The Turkish Red Crescent continues to increase the relief aid and the number of personnel working in the region after the earthquake of 7.6 gratitude that hit to Pakistan. The Turkish Red Crescent continues to serve in the region about urgent shelter, health services and nutrition.
The earthquake that measured 7.6 on the Richter scale hit Pakistan on 8 October and killed at least 20.000 people and is the worst earthquake to strike Pakistan in its entire history. Several villages have been completely destroyed, and countless others have been severely damaged.
As many as 20,000 people are feared dead and some 40,000 were injured when a severe earthquake hit areas of Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.