Pakistan delivers 18 tons of aid to earthquake-hit Balochistan
This article was originally published in Scrip
Pakistan's ministry of health has donated around 18 tons of relief medicines to help those affected by the recent earthquake in Balochistan. The provisions, which total around Rs3.5 million ($44,108), will aim to prevent disease outbreaks. The medicines were provided through the Federal Services Government Hospital, Islamabad, and efforts were co-ordinated through the ministry of health's emergency preparedness and response centre.