After the floods in Pakistan, funds and aid are pouring in from all over the world and now the American internet technology company Google has also started an international appeal to collect relief money for the flood victims.
According to the report in Dawn newspaper, Google, the most used search engine in the world, has requested internet users around the world to donate 15 dollars, 25 dollars, and 50 dollars.
The appeal also includes a link to a report by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) and Human Rights Watch, which supports immediate financial assistance to Pakistan.
The CDP report states that floods in Pakistan have affected four provinces and about 15 percent of the country’s population.
The report said ‘That Pakistan is among the countries most vulnerable to climate change, Pakistan may face extreme heat and extreme weather effects in the future.
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