Towards a Sustainable Future - Pakistan's Water

Water recently devastated the country of Pakistan and also caused a set-back to the UN Millennium Development goals in the region to reduce poverty and lack of access to safedrinking water. Local grassroots organizations are working to bring relief to the Pakistani people after the floods. Their efforts are a sign of hope for how Pakistan can be rebuilt in an equitable and sustainable manner.

Offroad Pakistan's Flood Relief Efforts

Dr. Awab Alvi, a member of Offroad Pakistan, a 4x4 adventure group, tells us how they have helped the flood affected in the Sindh region of Pakistan. They have refurbished a pediatric ward and are looking for volunteer doctors and a constant supply of medicine to maintain the ward. Check out their site:

Voices of Pakistan Blog launches!

This blog is here to inform you on the efforts that local non-profit groups throughout Pakistan are making to support and assist the flood-affected people of Pakistan. It will act as an aggregate of user-generated media to tell stories of people affected by this climate disaster and raise funds and awareness about what is happening on the ground in Pakistan. The first phase is to raise enough funds to support the immediate needs of the flood-affected people: food, water, medicine and shelter.

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