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Apple CEO Announces $160 Million Relief For Pakistan Flood 2022

Pakistan receives flood relief Fund from both international and local donors alike. Recently the United Nations pledged over $160 million to aid in reducing the damage, and Apple CEO Tim Cook is coming to Pakistan’s aid, too.

The Apple executive has declared through Twitter on Twitter that Apple is set to contribute to the relief and rehabilitation operations in Pakistan. The executive also noted that the flooding in Pakistan and the surrounding areas are devastating humanitarian catastrophes.

Pakistani activist and Noble Prize awardee Malala Yousafzai was quick to thank Cook for his generous gesture.

also, many other Pakistanis reply to this tweet and appreciate tim cook

The Minister of Planning Ahsan Iqbal was one of those who expressed gratitude to Cook for his help and added that Pakistan is enduring the brunt of global warming, despite being the least carbon-emitting nation. He also noted that over 30 million people have been forced out of their homes due to flooding and that it is the G-7, OECD, and Fortune 100 have a responsibility to help fight against the disaster.

As of now, more than 1100 people have lost their lives due to the flooding and more than 30 million suffer from it. More than one million homes and other structures have been destroyed as well as more than 850,000 animals were swept away, according to reports from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) reports.

Try to participate in fund-releasing activities and stand with Pakistan and help them as you can, God will bless you in different indirect ways or direct ways.

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