PAKISTAN: Aid Distributed Among Christians In Islamabad By BPCA

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Flood victims
Flood victims

According to a media update from the British Pakistani Christian Association – BPCA, many villages were simply washed away and people have been left without shelter simply seeking help and support. Rescue operations are still under-way, however, relief will take years to fully rehabilitate affected communities and infrastructure will need to start from the beginning.
“On behalf of British Pakistani Christian Association – BPCA, I went to help directly affected Christians in Islamabad. With the small funds that were donated to us, we helped 15 families providing them providing them food packages with rice, cooking oil, sugar, tea packets, milk, biscuits, vermicelli, and pulses. We also provided medicines to those suffering from flu and dengue fever. There is a greater need for the restoration of homes and unless we obtain larger donations many families will soon be very prone to the adverse weather conditions that winter brings,” said Wilson Chowdhry, Chair of the BPCA, while speaking in the news release.