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Chinese Ambassador presents US$ 50,000 cheque for Flood affectees to the Chairman National Disaster Management Authority

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by September 12, 2011 Miscellaneous

Islamabad: The recent floods have disrupted life and destroyed vital infrastructure in Sindh. The health, education and communication infrastructure has sustained substantial damage. A considerable part of land including cropped land has been inundated which has caused damage to 80% of cash crops. The fiscal scale of flood incurred damages range into Billions.

The Ambassador of friendly country of China to Pakistan, H.E Liu Jieng presented a cheque of US$ 50,000 to the Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), Dr. Zafar Qadir for the flood affectees. China has also promised to extend further aid of US$ 4.7 Million for the flood ravaged areas. China will also provide tents for the flood affectees.

This aid contribution from China will go a long way in strengthening the long standing bilateral ties between the neighbourly countries.

For more information, contact:
Ahmed Kamal
National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)
Tel: +9251 9215412
Cell: +92300 5278981 and +92331-5657779
Email: [email protected]


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