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Muslim Aid Flood Emergency Response in Punjab

Muslim Aid Pakistan has rapidly responded to the recent devastating floods by establishing a free medical camp for the flood victims of district Rajanpur in Punjab.

370 people amongst whom 115 are male,145 are female and 118 are children; have been given necessary medication by the medical team. Muslim Aid field staff are closely working with district government in rescue operation.


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