Pakistan representative helps UK charity increase USD1.2M for flood victims
(MENAFN) The Consul General of Pakistan has been collaborating with the UK-based humanitarian charity Penny Appeal to increase “life-changing funds” for communities struck by devastating deluges in Pakistan.
“The Consul General of Pakistan, Mr. Ibrar Hussain Khan, honored the charity’s efforts to support the people of Pakistan by attending their fundraising dinners as the chief guest of honor, and making a special guest appearance on the charity’s live appeals which were aired on British Muslim TV,” Penny Appeal made a declaration.
“Khan has played a crucial role in driving the compassion and generosity of the public to secure more funds and extend Penny Appeal’s provisions across Pakistan,” it also said.
Devastating floods since June have murdered at least 1,700 people, displaced 7.9 million, and inflicted billions of dollars of damage. Pakistani experts predict property damage might be as high as USD40 billion.
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