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Pakistan Flood Relief 2010

Flooding began in Pakistan in July 2010 caused by monsoon rains affecting the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab as well as parts of Baluchistan. It is thought that at least 2000 people have been killed and over 20 million are now destitute and suffering.

Thanks to you for your generous donations, volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan were able to reach out to so many affectees. See images below.



Qurbani Project 2010
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan distributed meat from the collective qurbanies amongst 1200 families in a number of villages.

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Relief for residents of Matta & Udigram
Nights are bitterly cold now. We got late to Engrodera, but that didn't stop us from distributing bed quilts to the affectees. Many of them didn't even have a simple chador to rap around themselves.

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Water Handpump at Zarakhela
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan install a much needed Water handpump at Zarakhela.

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Bed Quilts for residents of Tekhtaband
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan distributed bed quilts to 100 families in Tekhtaband.

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Bed Quilts for residents of Engrodera
Nights are bitterly cold now. We got late to Engrodera, but that didn't stop us from distributing bed quilts to the affectees. Many of them didn't even have a simple chador to rap around themselves.

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Water Handpump at Zarakhela
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan install a much needed Water handpump at Zarakhela.

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Follow-up on Water Handpump at Tehrang
We go back to Tehrang to see how the villagers of Tehrang are couping now that clean water is no longer an issue.

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Follow-up on Water Handpump at Tehrang
We go back to Tehrang to see how the villagers of Tehrang are couping now that clean water is no longer an issue.

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Bed Quilts for residents of Rang Mahallah
Winter is slowly closing in and residents of Rang Mahallah near Mingora needed warm bed quilts. Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan provided for 70 families.

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Bed Quilts for residents of Kokarai
Winter is slowly closing in and residents of Kokarai near Marghuzaar needed warm bed quilts. Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan provided for 50 families.

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Follow-up on Shamozai irrigation channel
We go back to Shamozai to see how a 6km long irrigation channel with help from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan has helped save the crops.

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Water handpump at Matkaneyi
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan install a much needed Water handpump at Matkaneyi.

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Flood Relief Camp at Marghuzaar
With assistance from the Pak Army, relief goods are distributed among the affecttees of Marghuzaar

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Water handpump at Tehrang
Affectees in Tehrang have a water handpump installed, providing the villagers much needed clean water.

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Flood Relief Camp at Mediyan
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan distributed foodstuff to 200 families at Mediyan.

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Flood Relief Camp at Shamozai
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan distributed foodstuff to 650 families at Shamozai. Approx. 300 widows recieved much needed help.

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Flood Relief Camp at Matta
Force of Mother Nature were evident in Matta where floodwaters had thrown man-size boulders at bridges and houses.

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Irrigation Channel at Shamozai
We've established a 6km long irrigation channel that will enable the villagers to sow rice and other crops. In gratitude and brotherly love, the villagers have agreed to give half of their forthcoming rice harvest to flood affectees in other villages.

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Flood Relief Camp for families from Utroor
This Flood Relief Camp was setup in Mingora. 150 families from Utroor came on foot for their supplies. Utroor is approx. 140 kilometres from Mingora!

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Flood Relief Camp at Haseer Baba
Affectees in Haseer Baba (Malakand Agency) have started reconstruction work. First of inshaAllah many water handpumps has been installed, providing the villagers much needed clean water.

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Flood Relief Camp at Mingora
Among the affectees were approx. 300 families who had taken the rigurous task of walking 60km from Kalam to reach our Relief Camp at Mingora.

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Flood Relief Camp at Parrai
Dr. Amjad Ali who is coordinating our work in Swat distributed food packs to many handicapped at Parrai, Tehsil Kabal.

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Devastation at town of Touqan
Just as many other places, volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan witnessed damage on an extraordinary level.

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Flood Relief Camp at Matkaneyi
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan including Tahir Iqbal distributed foodstuff at Matkaneyi, Malakand Agency.

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Flood aftermath in town of Kalangai
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan including Tahir Iqbal try determining the damages of the floods.

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Devastation at Khasaar Baba, Malakand Agency
The smell of rotting corpses was unbearable. On another note, miracles do happen. The only building that survived the floods was the masjid - SubhanAllah!

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Flood Relief Camp at Mingora
Volunteers from Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Mareezan Denmark Pakistan including Tahir Iqbal distributed foodstuff at Mingora.

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Devastating floods in Swat
It is impossible to discribe the force with which mother nature has ripped through this once lush valley.

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