German Foundation donated medicine valued 12 Million Rupies

Islamabad - Germany based Humanity Care Foundation has sent medicine and tetanus vaccine valued 12 million rupies to Pakistan in support of the earthquake victims.


The foundation has set itself the goal of aiding the needy, world wide, but especially in Pakistan. For example, medical equipment, blankets, pharmaceuticals, wheel chairs, ambulances and schooling material valued more than 20 million Euros were sent in the last four years to this country.


For eight days, the president of the foundation Colonel (rtd.) Folker Flasse, a former graduate of Command &Staff College Quetta, is in Pakistan on a fact finding tour but more so on a visit to distribute humanitarian goods and equipment to the earthquake victims but also for the needy. During the last days, he met with the Minister of Interior, the Minister for Religious Affairs, the Governor and the Chief Minister of NWFP, the Earthquake Relief Commissioner and the Nazim of Kharian.


When on tour in the earthquake area, a consignment of additional pharmaceutical, sent by the foundation from Germany, arrived at Islamabad Airport. The boxes contain among others medicaments against heavy pains and other relief goods.