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21 Oct 2009 description


Executive summary

This plan seeks to provide support to the core programmes of Pakistan Red Crescent Society for the coming two years, 2010-2011. The plan focuses on four core areas: disaster management, health and care, organisational development and the promotion of humanitarian principles and values.

28 Aug 2009 description

GLIDE n=B0 EQ-2008-000206-PAK

Period covered by this Final Report: 29 October 2009 to 18 May 2009;

Appeal target (current): CHF 2.5 million (=B1USD 2.08 million or =B1EUR 1.65 million);

Final Appeal coverage: 49%; however, total coverage actually 80% including all bilateral contributions direct to Pakistan Red Crescent

Appeal history:

This Emergency Appeal was launched on 19 November 2008 for CHF 2.5 million (USD 2.08 million or EUR 1.65 million) to provide 4,000 emergency shelter provisions to the families (10 persons per family) affected by the earthquakes which struck …

27 Aug 2009 description

Appeal No. MAA00029 with links to the following appeals:

No. MAA00040 - Disaster Management: Operational Technical Advice
No. MAA00021 - Disaster Policy and Preparedness
No. MAA00024 - International Disaster Response Tools
No. MAA00019 - Shelter
No. MAA00028 - Logistics
No. MAA00004 - International Disaster Response Laws, Rules and Principles

06 Feb 2009 description

GLIDE n=B0 EQ-2008-000206-PAK

Period covered by this Ops Update: 18 December 2008 to 25 January 2009

Appeal target (current): CHF 2.5 million (USD 2.08 million or EUR 1.65 million);

Appeal coverage: 83%; including soft pledges and contributions in the pipeline.

Appeal history:

This Emergency Appeal was launched on 19 November 2008 for CHF 2.5 million (USD 2.08 million or EUR 1.65 million) to provide 4,000 emergency shelter provisions to the families (10 persons per family) affected by the earthquakes which struck Baluchistan on 29 October 2008.

Summary: The shelter …

19 Jan 2009 description

By Mubashir Fida, IFRC information officer in Ziarat

The severe cold and dry winter winds that blow over Baluchistan are a recurring phenomenon, and those who call the region home are used to them.

However, this year has been different. With many homes reduced to rubble after the earthquake in late October, people in Ziarat and Pishin have been forced to stay in tents while the mercury dipped to a cruel minus 6 degrees Celsius during the night.

Responding to the harsh situation, the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) has provided warm emergency shelters to 3,600 households, with …

19 Dec 2008 description

GLIDE n=B0 EQ-2008-000206-PAK

Period covered by this Ops Update: 3 to 17 December 2008.

Appeal target (current): CHF 2.5 million (USD 2.08 million or EUR 1.65 million)

Appeal coverage: 81%, including contributions in the pipeline; funds are still needed to enable the Pakistan Red Crescent Society to provide immediate warm shelter assistance.

Appeal history:

This Emergency Appeal was launched on 19 November 2008 for CHF 2.5 million to provide emergency shelter provisions to 4,000 families (10 persons per family) affected by the earthquakes which struck Baluchistan on 29 …

05 Dec 2008 description

Period covered by this Ops Update: 20 November to 2 December 2008.

Appeal target (current): CHF 2.5 million (USD 2.08 million or EUR 1.65 million);

Appeal coverage: 59%, including contributions in the pipeline; funds are still very urgently needed to enable the Pakistan Red Crescent Society to provide immediate warm shelter assistance;

Appeal history:

- This Emergency Appeal was launched on 19 November 2008 for CHF 2.5 million to provide shelter provisions to 4,000 families (10 persons per family) affected by the earthquakes which struck Baluchistan on 29 October.

Summary: …

13 Nov 2008 description

GLIDE: EQ-2008-000206-PAK

This bulletin is being issued for information only.

A series of earthquakes shook the country's south-western province of Baluchistan in the early morning hours of 29 October. The strongest one, with a magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter Scale, hit Baluchistan at approximately 5.10am Pakistan time (GMT +6). The worst-hit areas were the districts of Ziarat and Pashin.

07 Nov 2008 description

GLIDE: EQ-2008-000206-PAK

This bulletin is being issued for information only.

A week after a series of earthquakes shook the country's southwestern province of Baluchistan on 29 October, the situation is slowly settling down. However, affected families are still struggling to cope with the aftermath of the powerful quake that, according to government sources, have killed more than 160 people.

01 Nov 2008 description

GLIDE: EQ-2008-000206-PAK

This bulletin is being issued for information only.

Several aftershocks have been felt in Baluchistan since the two earthquakes that jolted several districts of Baluchistan on 29 October 2008. Official figures from the government and initial assessments indicate that more than 160 people have lost their lives, while 500 have been injured. The government, United Nations agencies and various non-governmental organizations are carrying out assessments and relief works in the affected areas.

29 Oct 2008 description

Glide No. EQ-2008-000206-PAK

This bulletin is being issued for information only.

Two earthquakes shook various parts of Baluchistan in the early hours of 29 October 2008. So far, four districts have been badly affected with more than 160 casualties reported. The provincial government and military are carrying out assessments and relief work. The overall extent of the damage caused by the earthquake has not been made clear.