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12 September 2014
In Pakistan, Anglican Aid partners with One to Another in the Multan area. Zeeshan Laaldin (son in law of Rev John Bales former CMS Pakistan) writes "Floods have again hit Pakistan. The devastation that we have seen across Kashmir in the previous week has now swept down the country and rivers are at crisis levels across Punjab."
"I have been out surveying areas for the last 2 days. Yesterday we found a place where we would like to set up a relief camp for
approximately 300 families. The area is about 80km North West of Multan, called Rung Pur in close proximity to the river Chenab. Our church has been working in that area of the last year. We did not see any army, police or other NGO presence the area. Villagers were
unwilling to leave their homes yesterday even though we tried to persuade them to move to the higher roads.
Today we are going out with drinking water and food, ropes, life jackets. We will be purchasing tents and basic dry food rations. It is $40 for a tent and $50 for 2 weeks food ration. Water cost is to be determined.
We are wondering if it is possible for you to launch an appeal for flood relief.
Thank you for your prayers especially as we make decisions and get out into the field."
Anglican Aid has committed to send $10,000 (AUD) on Monday 15 September and will forward donations as they are received to support this appeal. All donations are tax deductible. Please support this appeal and help Christians in Pakistan show God's love by making a tax deductible donation.
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