On behalf of Government of Pakistan, NDMA signed the grant agreement amounting to USD 1 million with Government of Republic of Indonesia for addressing the impact of severe floods in Pakistan. Chairman NDMA, Lieutenant General Inam Haider Malik and H.E. Adam Mulawarman Tugio, Ambassador to Pakistan signed the document today. This Grant shall be utilized in recovery & rehabilitation of most vulnerable population to meet basic need of food, nutrition and shelter in the aftermath of Floods 2022. The portion of grant could be employed for resilience and disaster preparedness interventions in Pakistan. Chairman NDMA expressed his gratitude to the Government and people of Indonesia for showing solidarity and extending humanitarian relief assistance for flood affectees in Pakistan. He urged to invest in building capacity of emergency response and preparedness through sharing experience and collaborated training programs disaster management regime. He also conveyed the deepest condolences for the losses during recent earthquake in Indonesia and wished for the earliest recovery. The Ambassador reiterated to continue the support of vulnerable communities of flood affected areas by Government of Indonesia and laid stress on international community to help Pakistan in rehabilitation phase after devastating floods.