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Mercy Relief, a Singaporean humanitarian NGO, will be disbursing an initial tranche of $30,000 to support ongoing local relief efforts after floods struck the Kashmir region of Pakistan and India on the first week of September.
A public fundraising appeal in Singapore has been launched for the relief response, with the fundraising campaign running until 16 November.
Latest food relief of SGD345,000 benefits 30,000 victims, 50 homes to be ready before the height of winter
Wednesday, 9 November – Millions of Pakistanis are still struggling to recover from the two colossal floods which hit them in back to back years. The 2010 and 2011 floods had directly affected more than 8 million people and destroyed more than 1.5 million homes over 37,000 villages in the Sindh Province.
About 2,000 needful locals have benefited from the services provided by the Mercy Relief-SingHealth field medical centre at an IDP camp in Sukkur, Pakistan.
Saturday, 4 September 2010 - Singapore-born humanitarian agency, Mercy Relief (MR) sent its second relief team to provide the next tranche of relief supplies to the affected communities in the flood-ravaged areas of Pakistan last Tuesday (1st Sep) morning. Led by its Chief Executive Hassan Ahmad, the eight-man team will focus their humanitarian efforts at Sindh and the Khyber-Pakhtunkwa (KP) provinces.