German Relief Organization Distributes Relief Goods

By Admin - Sun Nov 13, 10:57 pm

A German relief organization, German Aid for Afghan Children (GAAC) has distributed relief goods amongst 2000 affected families of the devastated floods of 2010 in Madiyan, district Swat.

The package was distributed through a specially established relief camp under the auspices of the relief organization. The relief items were included both food and non-food items included flour, pulses, rice, sugar, tea leafs, warm-clothes and quilts.

The Country Director for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Engineer Alam Shahab has said that the relief package was distributed amongst the flood affected living life below the poverty line. Those who were provided the relief were included people from Khawazakhela to Kaidaam. The relief goods, he said have been distributed as recommendations and lists prepared by the local elders and volunteers of the organization. Addressing the distribution ceremony, the Country Director, Engineer Alam Shahab read out a message of Reinhard Eroes, president of the organization from Germany.

In his message, the president GAAC while expressing heartiest sympathies with the flood affected of 2010 were also mentioned good well sentiments of Germans for the people of Pakistan. In his message, Dr Reinhard Eroes has reiterated his pledge for the continuation of assistance that the complete rehabilitation of the affected.

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