KARACHI: As part of response, recovery, reconstruction and rehabilitation under Floods Response 2022, Chief Executive Officer, Save the Children International (SCI) Inger Ashing is meeting with senior officials of Sindh government.
The visit is aimed to seek insights and foster collaborations for carrying out the advanced phase of Floods Response 2022 and contributing towards disaster resilient Sindh, during her visit to the flood affected districts of Sindh.
The delegation also includes Country Director Pakistan Mr. Muhammad Khuram Gondal, Senior Management Team of Pakistan Country Office, and members from Asia Pacific region and international team visited PDMA Sindh, Department of Environment and Climate Change, and Sindh Peoples Housing for the Flood Affectees (SPHF).
In their mission towards floods resilient province, Save the Children International and The Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish collaborative mechanisms to respond to future emergencies/disasters in the province, and coordinate for sustainable climate-resilient planning, programming, and investments.
The main objective of this MoU is to make Sindh Province disaster resilient and community well equipped to mitigate the effects of disasters and take timely actions.