Life-saving operation in Pakistan Jeopardy Due To Funding gap – UNICEF warned that serious funding shortfalls jeopardize its humanitarian operation in Pakistan . UNICEF is extremely concerned about the lack of funds for its water and sanitation operation in question, with millions of children at risk from water-borne diseases. ‘provide clean water and adequate sanitation is key to the survival of millions flooding floods, people in Pakistan in relation to the number of people in need of life-saving assistance, the emergency is bigger than the tsunami, and the last Pakistan earthquake combined. ‘said Martin Mogwanja, UNICEF representative in Pakistan.

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