Telenor Pakistan Reaches Out to Flood Affected in Sindh

Mrs Nargis N.D. Khan, Provincial Minister for Social Welfare, Sindh (right) with Anjum Rahman, Director Corporate Communications & Responsibility, Telenor Pakistan.Responding promptly to the devastation caused by the recent floods in Sindh, Telenor Pakistan has announced an amount of Rs. 45 million as immediate relief for the flood-affected people of the province.

Through its implementing partner Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Telenor Pakistan will provide food items and clean drinking water to 10,000 families.

The announcement was made in a meeting here today of Telenor Pakistan and PRCS officials with Mrs. Nargis N.D. Khan, Provincial Minister for Social Welfare, Sindh.

The Sindh Provincial Minister, responding to the announcement, said:

“We appreciate Telenor Pakistan’s quick response to the situation and its offer to provide food items to the flood-affected communities of Sindh.

The Government of Sindh will extend all-out support to Telenor Pakistan and its implementing partner Pakistan Red Crescent Society in distributing the relief items among the affected.”

Anjum Rahman, Director Corporate Communications & Responsibility, Telenor Pakistan in her remarks following the announcement said:

“Telenor Pakistan and its employees are extremely saddened by the situation in the flood-affected areas of Sindh, and we are trying to reach out to help those in need. In an effort to provide immediate relief to those affected, Telenor Pakistan has responded within 24 hours to an appeal for assistance.

We are providing Rs. 45 million worth of food items and clean drinking water to 10,000 families. Pakistan Red Crescent Society, our implementing partner, is ensuring that the food and water are provided to those most in need.”

As a responsible corporate citizen, Telenor Pakistan believes in giving back to communities in which it operates. Last year, Telenor Pakistan donated over Rs. 100 million toward relief and rehabilitation efforts following Pakistan’s worst-ever floods.