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Mike Parks, GHNI Director of Disaster Relief, is currently in Pakistan assessing the situation and working alongside in-country partners. GHNI partners have been working tirelessly to bring food, medical aid and vital items to victims of the flooding. So far, nearly 3,000 families have received immediate food aid (about 18,000 to 20,000 people). These families were selected on the basis of critical need.
Afghanistan suffered a great loss in 2008. A man of monumental service, Gordon Magney, passed away on October 5th. He and his wife, Grace, have devoted 40 years to the Afghan people, either in Kabul, Afghanistan or in Peshawar, Pakistan. Pakistan is where they assisted the 3 1/2 million Afghan refugees fleeing first the Soviet Invasion, then the destructive civil war, and finally the oppression of the Taliban. For the last five years they have been back in Kabul, where their love for the people continues to deeply affected many.