Extremadura finances the purchase of an emergency kit electro to fly to Pakistan.
Extremena Agency of International Cooperation for Development (Aexcid) has funded, through the NGO Farmamundi, buying an emergency kit with electro that will serve those affected by severe flooding in Pakistan.
The medical equipment is scheduled to start in Islamabad on Friday, on a charter flight from the Spanish Cooperation Agency (AECI) has put at disposal of the autonomous communities for sending, tera gold, more humanitarian aid to the area. The kit at a cost of approximately 10,200 euros, will serve to address some 20,000 affected.
The plane, due out this Friday, Torrejon de Ardoz around 14.30 hours, carrying 15 tons of medicines, emergency kits packed in accordance with the criteria dictated by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The shipment of these drugs, involving, gaia gold, eight other autonomous communities of Extremadura also be done in response to a request of the Pakistani government, as reported by the Board in a press release.