The Emirates Red Crescent Authority has strengthened its humanitarian efforts to reduce the humanitarian repercussions of torrential rains and floods in Pakistan, and continues to operate its air bridge flights to transport more relief materials and humanitarian needs for those affected, especially in the Sindh region.
The authority is making intensive efforts to deliver the necessary needs and distribute them to the affected people in the most affected areas, despite the logistical challenges caused by the damage to the infrastructure and the bulldozing of roads leading to those areas.
During the past days, the delegation of the authority, which is currently on the Pakistani scene, has expanded the scope of its relief operations to include the areas most affected by the repercussions of the disaster in the province of Sindh, in coordination with the authority’s office in Karachi. Shelter, food and other necessary humanitarian needs.
The authority renewed its keenness to continue its good humanitarian endeavors, to alleviate the suffering of families who found themselves overnight in the open without shelter, and living in extremely difficult humanitarian conditions, noting that it will continue its efforts until their current conditions clear up and life returns to normal and to what it was before the disaster. .
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