Project Pakistan // Phase II
This month marks the anniversary of the devastating floods in Pakistan
Pakistan’s floods of Summer 2010 were rated by the United Nations as the greatest humanitarian crisis that the UN has ever faced. And although it measured such magnitude, the disaster went largely unnoticed by the international community.
The UN expressed concern that aid was not arriving fast enough, and the World Health Organization reported that ten million people were forced to drink unsafe water.
Pakistan needs help. Project Pakistan will provide 6000 filtration systems in its first phase, to flood victims across the country. This translates to over 60,000 people getting access to clean water.