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KARCPP to build houses for flood-hit people of Pakistan تبني حملة خادم الحرمين الشريفين لإغاثة الشعب الباكستاني الشقيق منازل لمتضرري الفيضانات في باكستان -x-x-x- KARCPP to build houses for flood-hit people of Pakistan تبني حملة خادم الحرمين الشريفين لإغاثة الشعب الباكستاني الشقيق منازل لمتضرري الفيضانات في باكستان -x-x-x-

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On the special directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, emergency relief efforts started by using Air and Sea routes for sending relief aid to the areas covered with heavy rain water in Pakistan. To upheld the pledges made by Saudi leaders on the call of Pakistani government and the public, about two thousand (2000) trucks with all essential commodities including tents, blankets, quilts, rice, flour, beans, pulses, dry milk, and cooking oil were unloaded to the provinces KPK, Punjab, Baluchistan, Sindh, AJK, FATA, and Gilgit-Baltistan for distribution among millions of people living in distress during the time of disaster. With full spirit of helping humanity, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques ordered to establish a Tent-Village “King Abdullah Flood Relief Camp Thatta”, Sindh for resolving accommodation problems. This tent village was set up with health, clean drinking water instruments and all basic facilities. The camp accommodated more than 500 flood-suffered families where they were also provided all essential commodities amounting 13,937,147 rupees. King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People (KARCPP) has started its 2011 flood relief efforts last year with the provision of 5000 tents, 30,000 blankets, and 50,000 food packs amounting 290 million rupees for distribution among the victims of floods that hit many districts of Pakistan. .

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  • School Bag Distribution Project 2014:

    Under the directives and the supervision of Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, Minister of Interior and Petron-in-Chief of the KARCPP several relief and constructional projects would be launched

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  • KSA announces Relief & Constructional Projects for helping calamity hit people of Pakistan:

    Under the directives of Khadim al Haramin Al-Sharifain, several relief and constructional projects would be launched to help calamity hit people of Pakistan. In this regard, an announcement for starting relief and construction projects was made here in a ceremony organized by Royal Embassy of KSA,

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  • King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People Distributes Emergency Relief Aid:

    King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People distributed an emergency relief aid containing 4500 food packets fill with rice (10 kg), cooking oil (5 liter), sugar (5 kg), Chana Dal (3 kg), Atta (flour-20kg), salt, and black tea, worth 21.5 million rupees.

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  • Public Response

    In the meantime, the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques, directed Prince Naif Bin Abdul Aziz, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Interior to launch the campaign to stand by the Pakistani nation facing the devastating flash floods that caused huge sufferings to the brotherly country.


    It is pertinent to mention here, the King had also announced a similar campaign five years ago in the aftermath of shattering Earthquake of October 8, 2005. The campaign had produced a remarkable response of the public in Saudi Arabia.


    Through Telethon campaign, the Saudi officials collected millions of Riyals, while establishment of a ‘Relief Fund’ was also appeared in the scene requesting people of the Holy Land to donate their valuables for flood-trapped Pakistani people.


    On the directives of the leadership of Saudi Arabia, a Relief Fund was formally opened for proper utilization of the donations collected from masses living in all cities of KSA .


    The King Abdullah kicked off his campaign for Relief of Pakistani people with 20 million Riyals, Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz donated 10 million Riyals and Second Deputy Prime Minister Prince Naif Bin Abdul Aziz contributed 5 million Riyals.


    The Saudi Arabia has raised $20.5 million in aid on the First Day of the campaign for flood stricken Pakistan. The fervent appeal showed its impact and immediately after ‘ Taraweeh’ prayer in Haram 87 million Riyals were collected in less than four hours.


    Since August 19, the reports revealed that Kingdom had sent 16 planeloads of relief supplies to Pakistan and it had pledged to provide $100 million in aid.