The National Flood Response Coordination Center (NFRCC) executive panel launched. on On Monday, Minister of Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal ensure transparency in relief and rehabilitation efforts.
portal was prepared on instructions of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
At the official launch of portalIqbal, who is also vice-chairman of The NFRCC stated that “Pakistan facing one of major natural disasters associated with climate change. As a result, almost 33 million. people were affected and currently climate refugees.
“Everything we do for their rehabilitation will be done in transparent way. This transparency will be provided in each mode of relief efforts. Usage of national as well as international help can be controlled through this portal,” he added.
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Iqbal further said that current evaluate of damage based on early evaluation as a bulk of Balochistan and some parts of Sindh is still under water. Final grades of the damage can only be assessed after the water recedes.
“I hope so portal would be helpful and people an idea will appear of transparency of relief efforts. We will also carry out audit of assistance from a well-known audit firm ensure help is used in rehabilitation of flood affects”, minister added,
through it system, public will be able directly learn about financial support and humanitarian aid received and distributed among flood-hit people at the global federal and regional levels.
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In addition to providing transparency in the current process, people as well as media personnel will be informed about assistance measures.
prime minister would personally supervise digital dashboard.