Monday, October 3, 2022

Apple CEO announces Pakistan flood relief donation

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, is helping Pakistan in addition to the UN, which has already promised more than $ 160 million to help lessen the effects of the flood. As a result of the terrible floods in Pakistan. Many people from all over the world just sent money and supplies to help those in need.

An Apple employee said on Twitter that the company may help with relief and rebuilding in Pakistan. Apple employee said that the terrible flood which has hit Pakistan and the countries around it is a humanitarian disaster.

Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, thanked Cook right away for his kind donation. More Pakistanis joined the conversation on Twitter and shared links to donation sites and other ways to help.

Minister of Planning Ahsan Iqbal is one of the people who thanked Cook. He went into more detail about how Pakistan, which is one of the countries that put out the least amount of carbon, is the one that is most affected by climate change. He also said that because of the floods. More than 30 million workers get to move and that is the Fortune 100, and the G-7. The OECD all share a responsibility to help with disaster relief.

More than 30 million people around the world are still dealing with the effects of the flooding, which has killed more than 1,100 people so far. The National Disaster Management Authority says that more than a million buildings, including homes. Also damaged and more than 800,000 animals have died (NDMA).

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