KARACHI: The Sindh government has directed all public sector universities and institutes across the province, including Karachi, to establish flood relief camps on their campuses.

In this respect, Sindh Univ­ersities Minister Ism­ail Rahu has issued a letter to the vice chancellors of 27 universities wherein officials have been asked to set up “relief camps comprising students to manage donations and funds for assistance of affectees of torrential rain and flash flood across Sindh on priority basis”.

In a statement, the minister urged university officials to ensure that collected donations that might include clothes, food and other items were distributed among the affected population.

Published in Dawn, August 29th, 2022

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