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21 Aug 2007 description

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

SINGAPORE, 21 AUGUST 2007. Severe devastation has been caused by the recent flooding in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. The Singapore Government has provided US$80,000 through the Singapore Red Cross Society for relief operations in the affected countries.

19 Nov 2005 description

The Singapore Government, in partnership with the Singapore Red Cross Society (SRCS), has announced a US$300,000 reconstruction project in Pakistan. The project is part of Singapore's assistance package for the relief and reconstruction efforts in the areas affected by the Pakistan earthquake on 8 October 2005. The pledge was made by Singapore's High Commissioner to Pakistan, Mr Aziz Mahmood, at the International Donors' Conference in Islamabad on 19 November 2005.

The US$300,000 reconstruction project will be funded by the donations raised by the SRCS.

18 Oct 2005 description

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

10 Oct 2005 description

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

SINGAPORE, 10 OCTOBER 2005 - The Singapore Government will provide a US$200,000 humanitarian relief package to Pakistan, the country worst hit by the earthquake which struck Afghanistan, Pakistan and India on 8 October 2005. The relief package comprises US$100,000 as seed money to kick-start the nation-wide appeal by the Singapore Red Cross Society (SRCS) for its 'South Asia Earthquake Appeal' and US$100,000 in relief and medical supplies.