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    LNH FLOOD VICTIMS RELIEF CAMP | 11-Aug-10


    Flooding across Pakistan in August 2010 affected more than 20 million people and at least 1600 people died. This flood is considered to be worst than the devastations faced by 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, 2005 Kashmir earthquake & 2010 Haiti earthquake. The flood waters washed away thousands of acres of crops, schools bridges and homes and millions of people were stranded from even the basic necessities of life.


    Responding to this mega disaster, Liaquat National Hospital & Medical College organized “Flood Victims Relief Camps” within the premises of LNH. Administration, Students of Medical College, School of Physiotherapy and College of Nursing worked untiringly to raise funds for the flood victims. Employees of LNH also decided to contribute their share in this disaster and decided to donate one day’s salary for this noble cause.


    In order to provide basic medical treatment to the effected, a team of doctors accompanied by senior consultants, faculty members, pharmacist, nursing staff, administration staff and number of volunteers set up a Flood Relief Camp in Gadaap Town from August 17, 2010 to October 09, 2010 where they responded to medical need of almost 200 to 300 patients daily. The camp received patients with severe diarrhea and dehydration, gastritis and skin infections. Food, clean water and clothes were also being provided to the victims.


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