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Total PARCO Launched Project Daffodil to Support Flood Stricken Communities

Total PARCO Pakistan Limited has launched the project Daffodil to Support Flood Stricken Communities.

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Total PARCO Pakistan Limited has launched the project Daffodil to Support Flood Stricken Communities.

The CEO of Total PARCO Pakistan Limited, Mr. Mehmet Celepoglu, extended heartfelt condolences to the flood-stricken families affected by the recent disasters in different parts of Pakistan and expressed that TOTAL PARCO Pakistan stands with them in this difficult time.

He announced Total PARCO’s nationwide natural disaster response initiative ‘Project Daffodil’, which has been launched together with its employees and external stakeholders.

It will be carried out in phases to create a sustainable impact considering the intensity of the natural disaster.

Immediate support in Phase 1 has already commenced in partnership with Rizq, Indus Hospital & Health Network, and Akhuwat for the provision of food supplies to flood-affected parts of Pakistan, Solar lights to areas where there is a power outage, and medical kits.

In 20 cities, 70 service stations of Total PARCO are committed to flood relief efforts. As part of Phase 2, Total PARCO will continue to work with hospitals and universities for the rehabilitation of the displaced people from the floods.

Thirty million people in Pakistan have been affected by the unprecedented rains and catastrophic floods. Many areas are still submerged underwater and there is an urgent need for emergency assistance.

Total PARCO has always initiated endeavours which have supported people’s well-being and it will continue to do so. Mr Mehmet assured that the big family of Total PARCO will leave no stone unturned in the efforts to help revive the lives of flood affectees.

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