In the immediate aftermath of January's earthquake in Haiti, for example, far more people were pulled from the rubble by Haitians using their bare hands than were saved later by the better-publicized international rescue teams. Similar things will have been happening in Pakistan.
Until last year militants used to blow them up, but now nature has taken its course as swirling flood waters have swept away lives and livelihoods. Destroyed buildings and washed-away bridges are a common scene these days in the town of Mingora and its surroundings in Swat valley. Officials admit, the calamity which claimed over 100 lives, destroyed hundreds of houses and thousands of acres of farmland. The place Known as Pakistan's 'Switzerland' for its scenic beauty is now suffering with the flood devastation and the Mingora struggling to overcome it. As flood waters continue to rise in parts of Pakistan, richer countries and aid agencies have been releasing their own torrent of press releases and announcements about how they are helping out. In this difficult hour, what could be the role of Nepal for Mingora and its surroundings in Swat Valley? Let’s talk about it……………..
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