Islamic Relief has hired 20 large earthmoving vehicles for two months to clear landslides and open roads to areas that need aid.
In agreement with the World Food Programme, IR is distributing food to 180,000 people in Muzaffarabad, Bagh, Rawalakot, and Neelum valley. The project is planned to last for six months.
Islamic Relief is supporting International Health Partners (IHP) deliver medical aid worth £2,000,000 in Kashmir.
IR has initiated a project to supply 10,000 families with winter tents and non-food items in 45 days.
Warm clothing is being provided to 25,000 survivors of the quake in four districts of Kashmir.
A project aimed at providing access to clean water for 2,000 families has begun. IR staff are also installing 500 latrines.
An aid flight paid charted by the UK government arrived in Islamabad with 60 tonnes of aid. The cargo included tents, blankets, water sterilisers and X-Ray machines.
IR Belgium has shipped a 40 foot container of aid worth €25,000 to Pakistan.
The Rotary Club has made a donation to IR Pakistan of 100 pallets of winterised tents and 90 pallets of sleeping bags.
An aid flight left Gatwick airport on 11 November with 50,000 kg of aid. The consignment included winterised tents, bottled water, blankets and water sterilisers.
IR's USA office is sending a 747 cargo plane to Pakistan with aid worth over $2.6 million.
An Islamic Relief donor in Panama has organised a 20 foot container of blankets.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has delivered blankets, pillows and mattresses to IR staff in Kashmir for distribution. The aid will be distributed in Muzaffarabad, Bagh, Dhirkot and Rawalakot.
Source: Islamic Relief