Disaster relief

Badami Bagh (Joseph Colony), Lahore attack, March, 2013:

Want to help families displaced by the Badami Bagh attack? Here’s how… 

“They looted everything, we have nothing left”

Mardan church attack, Sept. 2012

‘We are sorry,” say Pakistanis; clean up for peace, fundraise for burnt church

Karachi factory fire, Sept 2012

“Day of sorrow” – protests against deadly factory fires in Pakistan

Flood relief information, 2010 (still relevant):

Nov 21, 2011: As winter sets in, flood survivors in Sindh need more help

Oct 30, 2011: This Eid, donate a goat for women flood survivors: Indus Resource Centre

Sept 23, 2011: Pakistan floods: Want to help?

Sept 16, 2011: Sindh floods – update and appeal from Sadiqa Salahuddin, Indus Resource Centre

Sept 14, 2011: Sindh Flood Appeal – Indus Foundation Trust – Sherry Rehman, Naheed Jafri, Jamal Mir and Nadeem Hussain

Sept 7, 2011: Appeal from Pakistan Medical Association: Floods in Sindh: Please help PMA to help the affected

Aug 21, 2011: Urgent appeal to support flood affectees in Pakistan – from Southasia Relief

Mar 3, 2011: Interview of Dr Geet Chainani, working in Thatta flood-affected areas around Thattha since Sept 2010 – ‘In the political tug of war it’s the poor and helpless that hurt the most

Nov 12, 2010: Indus Resource Centre appeal: Donate a breeding goat to a flood refugee this Eid

Aug 30: Helping HANDS – flood relief, reliable NGO

Aug 30, 2010: Flood relief: Turn the tide – personal note re Karachi Relief Trust

Aug 14, 2010: Flood relief efforts in Sindh & contact details

Aug 7, 2010: Floods: Biggest disaster to hit Pakistan; reliable donation links

Aug 2, 2010: Pakistan floods: Links to send donations, relief goods

Jul 25, 2010: Urgent help needed for people of flood-destroyed Sibi, Balochistan – from IDSP

One Response

  1. Dear Sir/Madam,

    We Zita Pharmaceuticals are the manufacturers of Water Purification Tablets (Aquazit). We based in Islamabad, Pakistan.

    These tablets are effervescent tablets which can easily dissolve in water without leaving any residual. The active and single ingredient of Aquazit is Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate which is the best form of Chlorine. Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate which is used in Aquazit is imported from Accepta Ltd, London, UK.

    Aquazit is available in different sizes of 33 mg for 5 liters of water in emergency situation and for normal Tap water Aquazit 33 mg is good enough for 10 liters. Similarly Aquazit 67 mg is for 10 liters of water in emergency situation and for normal Tap water Aquazit 67 mg is good enough for 20 liters of water. Aquazit is also available in 1670 mg (1.67 gm.) for 200 liters in emergency situation and normally 400 liters of water. You can also visit our Web site i.e. http://www.aquazit.com.


    Aquazit 33 mg is for Rs.1.00/tablet (One Rupee per Tablet)

    Aquazit 67 mg is for Rs.1.30/tablet (One Rupee Thirty paisas per Tablet)

    Kindly find attached Test Report from PCRWR for Aquazit.

    Looking forward to hear from you soon. Thank you.

    Kindest Regards

    Tahir Ali Khan

    Managing Director

    Head Off:
    Tel: +92 51 556 40 44
    +92 51 551 37 33

    Cell: +92 301 512 4044
    +92 324 5095545


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