Midland Doctors team spent the day sorting out logistics and arranging storage of supplies. Mr Ch Riaz Ahmed helped to secure a warehouse in Peshawar which is secure to receive the procured clothes from Karachi.

Food packs were increased in size. The visit of NGOs to villages remains erratic, random and haphazard. Therefore Midland Doctors had decided to concentrate on specific areas and to do that well. The team leader Ch Riaz Ahmed commented on serious infrastructure problems in many villages. Pic(FloodPic04)Therefore the strategy was to have a second Midland Doctors team to look at infrastructure rebuilding. Dr Javed Ahmed drafted more doctors into the emergency strategy. An associate professor had joined Midland Doctors to help in rebuilding and to provide basic necessities such as fix broken walls and to provide bedding for families and children. Midland Doctors Engineer Rizwan was sent back to the Midland Doctors hospital project as he has provided a great deal of help and expertise to the Midland Doctors Peshawar team.

In particular ideas of bore holes for water had been analyzed and costing for each bore hold leading to a hand pump is 50 000 rupees and will service a whole village. Funds had been spent on food, water filters, medicines, clothes(15 000 pieces will be ready) from Karachi.

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