Pakistan

Bulletin: AMDA emergency relief activity for cyclone Yemyin in Pakistan

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Cyclone Yemyin hit the coast of Baluchistan province of Pakistan on June 26. Officials reported 16 persons were killed and up to 60,000 people in the region were affected. Earlier, the torrential rains and storms killed nearly 230 people in Karachi, the second biggest city located in the southern coast of Pakistan.

Due to this tremendous disaster, AMDA (Association of Medical Doctors of Asia) HQ has dispatched two staff for assessment research on June 28. They will arrive in Karachi on June 30.

Dispatched staff:

Mr. Nithian VEERAVAGU
(Emergency Relief Coordinator, AMDA HQ)

Ms. Mina SAEKI
(Emergency Relief Coordinator, AMDA HQ)