SOS Flood Relief Program 2010-2012
SOS Emergency Program
SOS Children's Villages Pakistan had offered to take complete responsibility for any children who may be orphaned or lost due to disaster. All organizations, government departments and people involved in relief activities were advised.
Funded by the Promoting Associations of SOS Children's Villages International, a comprehensive relief program was launched in Pakistan for the supply of food, drugs and tents. These items were identified as the top priority.
The target was to provide 100,000 food packages, which represented a total of 16 million meals at a cost of approximately Rs. 170 million, along with drugs and tents.
SOS Flood Supply (worth Rs. 98 Million)
|DESTINATION||NO. OF FOOD PACKAGES|
|Jamal Din Wali, Muzzafargarh, Kot Addu, Mian Channu, Layyah, DG Khan, Multan, Mianwali, Bangla Icha, Jampur, Rajanpur, Rahimyar Khan, Kallarwali, Jhelam district||21,200|
|Thatta, Sukkur, Panu Aqil, Moro, Dadu, Sehwan Sharif, Jamshoro, Manchar Lake||19,000|
|Mardan, Kohistan, Dir, Shangla Kabal, Matta, Bahrain, Kalam, Swat, Tangi, Peshawar,Charsadda, Nowshera, Pattan||13,450|
|Quetta, Dera Murad Jamali, Dera Allahyar, Ghanchay, Gandakha||6,000|
Tents (worth Rs. 20 Million)
|DESTINATION||NO. OF PACKAGES|
Drugs (worth Rs. 7 Million)
|DESTINATION DRUG CONSIGNMENT|
|Panu Aqil||Supplementary Unit for 10,000 persons for 3 months, and 10 Basic Units, for 1000 persons each for 3 months i.e. 200,000 persons for 3 months, as per WHO guidelines|
|Badin, Thatta, Ghotki & Panu Aqil||Emergency Health Kits comprising of a Supplementary Unit for 10,000 persons for 3 months, and 10 Basic Units, for 1000 persons each for 3 months - as supplied previously - to each area i.e. a total of 60,000 persons for 3 months.|
|Moro||Snakebite kit and Snake venom anti-serum|
|Kot Addu||Consignment for health camp being managed by SOS Children's Village Multan|
|Charsadda Kalam, Nowshera||Emergency Health Kits comprising of a Supplementary Unit for 10,000 persons for 3 months, and 10 Basic Units, for 1000 persons each for 3 months - as supplied previously - to each area i.e. a total of 60,000 persons for 3 months.|