On Thursday, Germany said that it will provide an additional €10 million to assist mitigate the devastation caused by recent flooding.
“I’m happy to report that can contribute an additional €10 million to aid in addressing the devastation caused by recent flooding. In this awful time, we will continue to support Pakistan, he tweeted.
The help would provide food, toiletries, medical supplies, and other necessities to flood victims in Pakistan.
In addition, a $25 million increase in financing for humanitarian aid has been announced by Canada to help Pakistan’s towns and individuals affected by the country’s devastating flooding.
The latest allocation, according to the statement, is in addition to the $5 million provided last month for humanitarian help to support Pakistan. Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, had previously stated that his nation would continue to offer food, clean water, and other necessary services through reliable partners.
The National Flood Response Coordination Center (NFRCC) reported on Thursday that at least 34 persons had been saved and 16.4 tonnes of food have been given to flood victims in the past 24 hours.
According to the NRFCC report, the rest of the country experienced hotter temperatures over the past 24 hours, with Turbat recording the highest temperature at 42 degrees Celsius, followed by Sibbi and Nokundi at 41 degrees, and southern and eastern parts of Sindh, Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and North Eastern Punjab at 41 degrees. For the next 24 hours, most of the country’s plains will continue to be hot and dry, while Upper Punjab, Upper KP, Gilgit Baltistan, and Kashmir may get some rain.