Published on 21/09/2022
33 million people have been affected by the devastating floods in Pakistan and the number may increase as the length and breadth of the country continued to reel from the destruction caused by torrential rain and deluge. On Sunday, Federal Minister for Climate Change Sherry Rehman said the government, supported by the UN and other humanitarian agencies, is leading the humanitarian action.
Water is a basic necessity, Millions of people in Pakistan have limited or no access to potable water. We know that a lack of access to clean water leads to many health related issues, For Swiss Green Projects one of our goals is to help procure and provide water facilities to people in need.
Event with officials to be schedule initially planned in March 2020 (but to be rescheduled after the pandemic COVID-19 is over), with the participation of Officials from the Government
6 machines to be deployed for hospitals on a trial basis in the city o Peshawar, M.O.U signed in January 2020.
27 machines (100,000L daily of clean mineralized water) for the region of KPK (khyber pakhtunkhwa) and Punjab province.