Pakistan, 2010

Location: Pakistan

Date: Winter 2010

Incident: Floods

No. of People Affected:

No. of Clarion Team members deployed:

Achievements: Rapid Assessment Team/Pathfinders. 136,800 litres of clean water per day

Pakistan suffered the worst flooding in living memory during the winter of 2010.  IMAT deployed its rapid assessment team and responded to its findings with medical relief and the means to provide 136,800 litres of clean drinking water per day. We formed a consortium & provided logistical support to other aid organizations. Our high capacity water filtration system remains in Pakistan in conjunction with other NGO’s.

Food Together, we can feed 10,000 people!   Cost: US $8,700  
Credit: Washington Post Emergency winter kits for Syrian Refugees - Containing wool scarves, hats, socks, gloves, long underwear, sweaters and fuel.  $20.45 USD will provide a kit for a single person. Cost US $5,000
Ethiopia-WASHb Together, we can provide 136,800 litres of clean drinking water per day.   Cost US $18,000
IMG_4724 Our Field Hospital will service 10,000 people for 90 days. Cost US $11,200

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