In the last few weeks, torrential monsoon rains caused devastating floods that badly damaged a few parts of Pakistan. As a result, thousands of people from Punjab, Balochistan, Sindh, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have migrated from their homes to shelters.
The most affected area of Pakistan was Swat, also called Mini Switzerland. In the affected areas of Swat, there are no basic facilities like good roads, electricity, and internet, disconnecting them from the rest of the country. The markets, the villages, and even homes were severely affected and destroyed.
Unicef reports that around 33 million people, including approximately 16 million children, have been affected by the devastating rains, floods, and landslides. So far, as many as 7 million people have been temporarily displaced.
World-leading cryptocurrency trading platform LBank recently took their humanitarian efforts to the communities in Pakistan. The crypto exchange made donations to different villages and visited some of the affected people.
Responding to the call for donations, the LBank Pakistan team took the initiative to support the affected families, delivering immediate emergency relief supplies and services to the communities.
The exchange’s Chief Executive Officer, Allen Wei, empathized with Pakistan. “LBank stands with Pakistan at this terrible time. Our thoughts and prayers are with those that lost their loved ones, the many displaced families, and those affected.”
Allen Wei also urged individuals and organizations to step up and donate generously to the Pakistani people. He encouraged them to contribute in every way possible and lend a helping hand to accelerate flood relief efforts in Pakistan.