Friends Welfare Trust initiate relief operations in Sindh.

ISLAMABAD -- Friends Welfare Trust in collaboration with Kuwait's Government was carrying out humanitarian aid and relief operations in Saeedabad, the city of Sindh, for thousands of people affected by the floods.

The Trust has set up a medical camp for the treatment of flood victims providing medical aid to elders, children, and women who were suffering from various infectious diseases including fever, malaria, diarrhea, gastro, skin allergies, a news release on Monday said.

Besides treatment through paramedical staff, the patients were also given the required medicines for the treatment of various ailments.

Accompanied by the Trust, a delegation of Kuwait Government also distributed ration bags, prepared food items, and drinking water among the flood victims of the area.

The Trust was engaged in ongoing relief activities in the vast area with the help of the Pakistan Air Force and volunteers of various welfare organizations which include the supply of drinking water at a massive scale through water tankers, distribution of prepared foods to far-flung areas, and provision of medical aid to patients.

The Trust was also providing necessary goods and cash to flood-affected people in Saeedabad considering the turbulent prevailing...

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