- Inundation threatens millions. Hough, Emily // Crisis Response Journal;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p20
The article focuses on the rescue work in response to flooding in Pakistan in July 2010 which killed thousands of people and left 20 million survivors. It reports that the water which destroys infrastructures, roads, and bridges left a total of 1,910,439 damaged houses in the area. It is stated...
- Fiji community raises $20,000 for Pakistan flood victims. // Asian Pacific Post;10/28/2010, p4
The article reports that 20,000 U.S. dollars have been raised by the Fiji Canada Association and Fiji Canada Seniors council for the Pakistan flood victims.
- "It came suddenly". // Asian Pacific Post;9/25/2014, p16
The article reports on the flood emergency caused by late monsoon rains that affected the lives of almost 2.3 million or 250 households in Pakistan in 2014.
- OMNI TV raises $247,000 for Pakistan flood victims. // Asian Pacific Post;10/14/2010, p4
The article reports that 247,000 U.S. dollars were raised by OMNI Television from its viewers for the flood victims in Pakistan.
- Chappell heads appeal. // Inside Cricket (ACP Publishing PTY Limited);Nov2010, p26
The article focuses on the efforts being made by Former captain of the Australian cricket team Ian Chappell to gain support for the relief of flood victims in Pakistan.
- Mobilink supports flood victims. // Flare (Pakistan);Nov2014, p17
The article reports on the partnership between the nonprofit Mobilink Foundation and the Pakistan Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) to provide food and nutritional assistance to flood victims in the Jhang District in Punjab and its surrounding areas.
- Mobilink supports flood victims. // Flare (Pakistan);Oct2014, p70
The article reports that telecommunication firm Mobilink's non-profit organization the Mobilink Foundation has entered into a partnership with Pakistan Disaster Management Authority aiming to provide food assistance to the flood victims in Jhang District of Punjab, Pakistan.
- Testing new technology. Hirschmugl, Alois A. // Crisis Response Journal;2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p48
The article describes how new technologies were used and tested during the response to the Pakistan floods of 2010. During that event, the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) used satellite imagery, the Multicluster Assessment Mechanism (McRAM), the Assessment Capacities...
- Helicopter squadron returning home. Dunlap, Andrew // Graham Leader;11/7/2010, Vol. 135 Issue 24, p5A
The article reports on the return of the last two sets of CH-46E squadron helicopters of the U.S. Marine Corps to the USS Peleliu ship on October 31, 2010 after its humanitarian mission of evacuating people and delivering food and supplies due to the damage caused by flood in Pakistan.