UNICEF: “Hundreds of thousands of homes have been destroyed, while many public health facilities, water systems and schools have been destroyed or damaged. Young children are living out in the open with their families, with no drinking water, no food, and no livelihood, exposed to a wide range of new flood-related risks and hazards, including from damaged buildings and drowning in floodwaters.”
The flood that has recently hit Pakistan is one of the worst natural calamities in the country’s recent history. With over 1570 lives lost, and thousands of people displaced, Pakistan is experiencing the deadliest in the world since the 2017 South Asian floods.
Almost 80% of servicePath’s workforce hails from Pakistan – and the servicePath team believes that it is our responsibility as humans to take care of eachother. Ian Cross, servicePath’s CTO has taken an initiative to help those affected by this natural calamity and is running a Marathon to raise funds for those affected.
Over the course of 7 days, Ian Cross, servicePath’s CTO is running a marathon in the heat of Dubai to help raise funds for the relief effort. servicePath will match his donations to the cause and assist with the recovery.
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