MADRE, an international women’s human rights organization, is partnering with the Shirkat Gah Women’s Resource Center in Pakistan to deliver emergency aid to women and families in remote regions devastated by the October 8th earthquake.
The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of more than 500 volunteers from Karachi, Gwadar, Dubai and large and small towns of all four provinces has been sending relief goods including emergency medicines and daily items to the disaster-hit areas.
The survivors of the devastating October 8, 2005 earthquake in Pakistan are getting more endangered by the day.
Many thanks for those of you who have donated to help survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.
Pelles et pioches creusent les gravats d'une maison effondrée de Balakot. La puanteur est suffocante sous le soleil de midi.
We appeal to you for assistance. The survivors of the devastating earthquake are getting more endangered by the day.
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