IMF Loan Help Pakistan Flood
Massive floods have pushed Pakistan back decades in terms of development. infrastructure and economic stability
Alhamdulillah’s, the IMF Board has approved the revitalization of our EFF project, we should now receive the 7th and 8th installments of $1.17 billion. IMF Loan Help Pakistan Flood I want to thank the Prime Minister @ Nongning For making many difficult decisions and saving Pakistan from default. I congratulate the nation
— Miftah Ismail (@MiftahIsmail) 29 August 2022
while International Monetary Fund Approved the rest of the loan which Pakistan is desperately needed to avoid default. The large flooded country looks for help and support to rehabilitate 33 million people affected and a third of their land flooded.
Pakistanis face a monsoon over steroids.IMF Loan Help Pakistan Flood More than 1,000 people have died and millions more have been destroyed.
This massive crisis requires urgent concerted action to help Pakistan’s government and people in times of need. pic.twitter.com/aVFFy4Irwa
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) August 30, 2022
There will be formal and sustainable steps taken to:
1) Not only supply ration bags Temporary relief tents but also to restore survivors whose homes, livelihoods and livelihoods are directly affected.
Imtiaz Supermarkets in #karachi Tomatoes are sold for 490 baht per kilogram. Customers cannot buy more than two kilograms at a time. #pakistan flood Has destroyed 28,45046 crops from a total of 4248325 hectares of land in #sindus.
The food security crisis is creeping. #Indus flood
— Mr Mas Khan (@NKMalasai) 29 August 2022
2) Build roads and bridges connecting communities &
3) Ensure that there are no endemic epidemics and infectious diseases in the still waters.
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4) Compensate the north of the world for the crimes committed against humanity and the climate that Pakistan bears, or global organizations will continue to dab and flogging around the bushes.
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