Diamer Relief Activity

AKFP Provided Relief Goods to 250 Families Following Flash Floods in Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan took immediate steps to provide necessary relief to the victims of flash floods during months of July and August in different areas in Gilgit Baltistan. The provided relief goods included Food Packages, Tarpaulin Sheets, Tents, Kitchen Sets and Medical Camp facilities. As many as 250 families benefitted from the relief activities. AKFP undertook relief work in Manikal Darel, Badswat Ishkoman, Immit Ishkoman, Bargo Gilgit, Sherqilla Ghizer and Bilhanz Ghizer areas of Gilgit Baltistan.

Rescue Operation Gilgit Baltistan

Rescue & Relief Operation at Ghazar Valley, Gilgit Baltistan

Ghazar Valley: The volunteers of #Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan have kicked off a rescue and relief operation for the victims Ghazar valley, Gilgit Baltistan where a flood-like situation has surfaced as result of melting of ice glaciers. Relief goods have also been dispatched to the affected areas. The activities are being undertaken in collaboration of Pakistan Army.


Food Packages Distributed Among People Affected by Flash Flood in Chitral

Chitral: Following the flash floods in Jangarait Drosh, Chitral, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has started distributing relief goods among the affected families. In the first phase of provision of relief goods, the Alkhidmat Volunteers distributed Food Packages which comprised of necessary edible items to meet the needs of a family for a month. Local officials of AKFP are supervising the relief activities.


Biannual Board Meeting of Alkhidmat Disaster Management Program Held in Peshawar

Peshawar: The biannual board meeting of Alkhidmat Disaster Management program was held in Peshawar. All members of the borad attended the meeting while Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan KPK chapter President Khalid Waqas chaired the session. During the meeting, the progress reports of Disaster Management program were discussed. It was decided that more than one hundred first-aid training workshops will be arranged in 2018 for better preparations to handle emergency situations.