Google Encourages Everyone Across Globe To Donate To Pakistani Flood Victims
Google encourages people all over the globe to donate to Pakistani flood victims and disaster relief by launching an international appeal.
In response to the destruction caused by the floods, foreign aid and support have continued to rush into Pakistan. On Monday, Google began a global appeal to raise funds for relief efforts.
The plea was started by the most popular search engine in the world, which requested donations of $15, $25, and $50 from each of its billions of users worldwide.
An article by the Centre for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) and Human Rights Watch that supported the demand for urgent physical and financial assistance for the nation was linked to the request.
According to the CDP report, all four regions and roughly 15% of the population have been impacted by floods. The floods “highlight the necessity for climate action,” according to the HRW study.
The floods “highlight the necessity for climate action,” according to the HRW study.
Pakistan is one of the nations most at risk from climate change. According to the paper, it confronts warming rates that are considerably higher than the average for the world and possibly more severe and frequent extreme weather occurrences.
According to the paper, it confronts warming rates that are considerably higher than the average for the world and possibly more severe and frequent extreme weather occurrences.
The disaster response fund of the Austrian foreign ministry has offered two million euros in immediate assistance for flood relief.
The earmarked monies would be distributed under the “2022 Pakistan Floods Response Plan (FRP),” developed jointly by the UN and the Government of Pakistan in August, according to Alexander Schallenberg, Austria’s foreign affairs minister.
The assistance includes measures that could have saved lives in the areas of housing, medical first aid, protection for vulnerable population groups, water and cleanliness, women’s health, and educational assistance.
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer declared that his nation was helping the humanitarian operations and that this support was consistent with its history of delivering relief locally. The donated money will be given to foreign aid agencies that are currently trying to lessen the pain of people who are impacted.
In his remark, Vice Chancellor Werner Kogler noted that the disaster in Pakistan is another example of a severe weather occurrence that illustrates how the repercussions of the climate catastrophe are escalating quickly.
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