Chris Anderson, curator of TED Talks, writes about PAWS flood relief efforts on his blog: 80% of the flood affected population relies on agriculture and animals for their livelihoods. Around 1.2 million livestock and 6 million poultry have died throughout the country. The hundreds of thousands of animals that have survived are in urgent need […]
Report in DAWN: THATTA, viagra sale Aug 30: Man and the beast are equally hit by the floods but man being more intelligent and resourceful managed to shift to safety leaving cattle, troche dogs and cats to fend for themselves. More here.
August 29, 2010: The Pakistan Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), in collaboration with the Karachi Animal Hospital, organized a relief mission to Thatta and Makli in Sindh to provide veterinary treatment to the flood’s animal victims. We left Karachi at 9am for the 100km drive to Thatta on the National Highway. Our team included veterinarians Dr. […]
The following is a partial list of organizations helping animals affected by the floods in Pakistan: International Organizations The Brooke World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) Humane Society International (HSI) International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) WWF Pakistan Pakistani Organizations Bioresource Research Centre Vets Care […]
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: As efforts continue to save the lives of Pakistanis stricken by monsoon floodwaters, cialis FAO today warned of serious threats to the livelihoods and food security of millions. More here.
Sharon St Joan of the Best Friends Network: Fourteen million people in Pakistan, decease along with their animals, have now been affected by the worst floods in their history. In their August 10 report, “Pakistan evacuates flood zone as 14 million uprooted,” on the Bloomberg website, Khurrum Anis and Farhan Sharif, write that floodwaters are […]