Karachi, 23 September 2022 (TDI): Two special aircraft from the King Salman Relief (KSrelief) Center for the flood victims landed in Karachi today.

The aircrafts are loaded with 60 tonnes of relief supplies (tents, food packages, blankets, dates, and NFI kits). The representative of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in Karachi received the relief supplies from Director KSrelief Pakistan upon delivery.

With the help of NDMA, this aid will be provided to those in need in multiple impacted areas of Pakistan in accordance with the needs of each region. This series of the arrival of relief cargo planes will continue for 5 days.

Prior to this recent tranche of aid, so far, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) has distributed 1,605 tonnes of emergency assistance supplies in flood-affected areas of Pakistan.

This has benefited 124,000 individuals who are in critical condition as a result of torrential rains and flash floods. According to data, KSrelief delivered the first shipment of 285 tonnes of relief materials to six districts in Balochistan.

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These include Lesbela, Khuzdar, Quetta, Pishin, Qilla Saifullah, and Qilla Abdullah, assisting 21,000 people. It was made up of 3,000 food packages, each weighing 95 kilograms.

Likewise, the packages contained all important food items such as 80kg wheat, 5-liter cooking oil, 5kg sugar, and 5kg split chickpeas lentil (daal chana), enough to feed a family for a month.

The second shipment of 190 tonnes of relief materials was also sent to the same districts of Balochistan to help the 14,000 deserving individuals. It was made up of 2,000 food packages containing the same daily use products in the same quantities as the last time.

In addition, KSrelief delivered the third consignment of 950 tonnes of basic food products to 17 districts across the country, benefiting 70,000 individuals living in terrible conditions in flood-ravaged areas.

It was made up of 10,000 meal containers that all contained the same material in the same quantity. KSrelief recently also deployed two airlifts of 180-ton food, medical supplies, and shelters to Karachi, bringing relief to 19,000 people in flood-ravaged districts.

KSrelief has been providing thorough & unbiased assistance to needy communities all over the world. It is pertinent to note that the organization has implemented 2,086 humanitarian projects in 86 countries to date, saving & enhancing the lives of millions of people.