Saudi relief camp in Pakistan expands
September 23, 2010
Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Abdulaziz Al-Ghadeer and several senior Pakistani officials attended the opening of expanded facilities at the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Relief Camp in the city of Tata, in southern Pakistan yesterday. In a speech, the Ambassador noted that the installation is the largest relief camp in the region providing humanitarian services to Pakistanis affected by flooding. In a single day, the medical center treated more than 900 patients. Hospital Director Dr. Nasser Othman Al-Shihri reported that more than 80 wheelchairs have been provided to disabled flood victims.