ISLAMABAD: A Saudi organization “King Abdullah’s Relief Campaign for Pakistani People (KARCPP), has started handing over keys of houses constructed in different flood-affected districts of Pakistan to help the families hit by natural calamity in their areas.
Saudi Arabia is completing 5000 houses to help the people of Pakistan affected by floods in the recent years. A sufficient amount was allocated for the projects include 5000 houses, health units, educational buildings and water filtration plants, this was stated by Abdullah Al-Barak, Media and Relief Director (KARCPP) while talking to reporters here.
Giving details of the relief and construction projects being carried out in different districts of Pakistan under the guidance of Prince Muhammad Bin Naif , who is the second Crown Prince and Interior Minister of Saudi Arabia and Petron-In-Chief of the KARCPP, he said that the Organization has completed the work on 2000 houses worth US $(9, 410,000), while the construction of 3000 remaining houses is underway.
He said that all the relief, rehabilitation and construction projects are being completed with Saudi Public donations to express solidarity with the people of Pakistan suffered due to the natural calamity in their areas in the recent years.