Freeze Pakistan’s Debt … ONE message
Afghan refugee children wait to get relief in Peshawar, Pakistan. Relief work has been hampered by submerged roads, washed out bridges, and downed communication lines, and survivors have complained about government inaction. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
You will have seen the heartbreaking images of the floods in Pakistan, with tens of millions of people affected.
The sheer scale of the disaster is staggering and Pakistan will need all its available resources to help it recover from this devastating crisis and to fight long-term poverty. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) – the institution that oversees debt repayments – can play a key role in this.
I just signed a petition asking the IMF to freeze Pakistan’s national debt for two years so they have more money available to help long term rebuilding after the crippling disaster.
Please join me by taking action here:
Together as ONE we can make a difference!
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We can make a difference … a positive difference.