The Deputy of Logistics BKPB or NDMA Indonesia, Mr. Zaherman Muabesi led the delegation, accompanied by representatives from Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Planning Agency and Indonesia’s National Government Internal Auditor (BPKP). Earlier, Indonesia had also dispatched 90 tons aid-in kind and logistic support to Pakistan on 27 September 2022 by two special aircrafts to support the flood relief efforts of Pakistan. Moreover, the Indonesian government is already in process of disbursing USD 1 million humanitarian grant to the Pakistani government for the aid of flood victims.

The Indonesian Medical Team consists of 29 general practitioners, pediatricians, skin disease specialists and paramedics representing health professionals from Health Ministry, Armed Forces, National Police and volunteers from University of Andalas and Islamic civil society of Muhammadyah organization.

The visiting Medical Team will be assigned in some flood affected areas of Sindh Province with the coordination of NDMA and the Sindh Provincial Health Office.

The Medical Team sent to Pakistan is the largest ever Indonesian team sent to other countries in dealing with natural disasters.  This health team will carry out humanitarian tasks for a duration of one month.

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