20+people rescued in Turkey, Zoomlion is on the way
It’s with great sorrow and dismay that we’ve discovered the devastation of the earthquakes that hit Turkey as well as Syria on Monday. They has resulted in thousands people being killed. We’re thinking of everyone affected by the tragedy and offer our prayers. Our thoughts and prayers go out for the loved families and relatives of the victims. The Pakistani citizens haven’t forgotten the assistance provided by the state and the citizens of Turkey during the floods in recent times. And we wish to reciprocate the gesture to show our solidarity during this difficult moment. Al-Khidmat Foundation launched an appeal to collect funds for the relief of earthquake victims to provide short-term and long-term assistance.
1. What exactly is the Al-Khidmat Foundation?
The Al-Khidmat Foundation is a well-respected Pakistani organization that is devoted to providing aid for humanitarian needs in the form of health, aid, and education to those in need. It was established in 1997 and has grown to become a significant source of aid and aid to Pakistan. Their efforts expand to other countries such as Turkey. Recently, through the efforts that were made by the Al-Khidmat Foundation, twenty or more persons were rescued from a collapsed mine in Turkey. Zoomlion the Chinese construction equipment manufacturer, is actively providing assistance to the rescue effort and is sending equipment to Turkey to assist in the relief effort.
2. What has the Turkish population done to aid Pakistan during these difficult circumstances?
The current news regarding the rescue of more than twenty people in Turkey and the arrival of Zoomlion on the way to help the victims, is an illustration of the support that is shared between the two nations. Both Turkey and Pakistan have a history in helping one other in times of need. Turkey and Pakistan have often helped each other in times of events like natural disasters, or in other situations. Pakistanis also sent aid cash to Turkey. For instance, during the earthquake of recent in Turkey it was the Pakistani government provided relief funds as well as set up an aid camp in the area affected. Turkey also responded to the demands of Pakistan after being hit by natural disasters and offered assistance in the form of material as well as financial.
3. What was the number of trucks that comprised the relief cargo?
The rescue operation of more than 20 persons occurred in Turkey. According to news reports, Zoomlion, a Chinese producer of construction equipment, has dispatched a team of aid equipment. Precisely, the convoy consists of of three trucks, loaded with resources aimed at addressing the demands of people suffering from the disaster. The convoy is being sent to make sure that those affected are able to access vital items, such as food, water, as well as medical equipment. The convoy is also intended to provide support for local authorities to assist in their efforts to give assistance and assistance to the suffering. Zoomlion is a unique service for all who are struggling.
4. Which type of aid are the organizations offering aid to victims of the earthquake?
The public was overwhelmed with the announcement that more than 20 individuals had been saved from a devastating earthquake in Turkey. People are also expressing gratitude. In response, Zoomlion, a public health agency, has been quick to mobilise and give assistance to those affected. There are a variety of charities that have stepped in to offer both emotional as well as physical assistance. For those who have lost their homes or are required medical assistance, physical support can include providing water and food in addition to shelter. These organizations also provide psychological help, such as providing psychological health counseling, services and access to social professionals who will aid those suffering from traumatic experience.
A Quick Summary
The devastating earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria in April 2011 have left many individuals homeless, and without chance of escape. Numerous charities responded quickly to the call for aid and have started to collect donations and other supplies to help the victims. The convoy, comprising qualified medical personnel as well as critical medications, is in the process of moving to southern Turkey. The hope is to arrive at its destination on Thursday. It is our responsibility to help those who have been affected and offer our support.