Pakistan: Muslim Aid Office Establishes 10 Supply Projects

5 Nov 2007 by Local Press Report
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan
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— The Muslim Aid office in Pakistan has started 10 water supply projects in the North-West Frontier Province. The projects are part of the "Water for Life" program. It aims to provide clean drinking water to 5,000 Pakistani villagers. The projects include construction of eight large water tanks and a number of small water storage container in villages affected by recent earthquakes. They will cost a total of almost $59,000 USD. Source: ReliefWeb (Switzerland)

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