*When the earthquake struck the Northern part of Pakistan on October 8, 2005, many NGOs rushed to the site to provide emergency relief. Silkroad Caravan tours played a major role in relief activities by sending mountain guides and risqué worker with Food and Mountain Equipment Tents to Kashmir with them international TV reporter to send real time report to the world , Paramedics and Social Works to set up medical camps in, Balakot, Muzafarabad, Bagh, and Baull, With the assistance of our friends from Europe and Japan we started a new project for rehabilitating works with 2 new School for Boys and Girls in Baill Area and also food for them in Muzaffarabad and Bagh Districts as well as Neelum Valley.we thanking you all to sport us and we the mountain lover did their work
*Also in Hunza new school for boys and girls in Passu in the sport of Japans friends
*Repairing the DJ model school in Old passu gojal
*Health clinic in Lusht brogall Chitral
*The 2010 Pakistan floods began in late July 2010, resulting from heavy monsoon rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan regions of Pakistan, which affected the Indus River basin. Approximately one-fifth of Pakistan's total land area was underwater; approximately 796,095 square kilometers (307,374 sq mi) According to Pakistani government data the floods directly affected about 20 million people, mostly by destruction of property, livelihood and infrastructure, with a death toll of close to 2,000. Our team sport Good nebar NGO from Japan to provide the experts to destitute food and blanket in KPK and sport to Japan self defense force in Multan
The Government of Japan has extended a grant of 226 million Japanese Yen (approximately US$ 2.62 million) to Pakistan through UNICEF for supporting the polio eradication programme in Pakistan.
Roughly US $2 million out of the total grant will cover the procurement of approximately 13 million doses of oral polio vaccine (OPV).
The remaining $0.62 million will meeting the cost of social mobilization activities, says a statement issued by the Japanese Embassy here on Monday.
The notes to this effect were signed and exchanged between Akira Kono, Charg‚ d’Affaires of Japan to Pakistan here today and Karen Allen, UNICEF Deputy Representative in Pakistan.
Faridullah Khan, Secretary, Ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination was also present to witness the signing.
The Government of Japan has focused on polio eradication as a global challenge on public health of the human race.
Since 1996, Japan has provided grant assistance for polio eradication every year through UNICEF and these efforts have accumulated to approximately US$ 91 million including today’s signing.
In his remarks at the signing ceremony, Kono said “Japan’s commitment and strong partnership with polio infected countries as well as development partners will continue until the day of complete eradication of polio from the world.”