Bestway aid is flown in to Pakistan

The Lord Choudrey, CBE SI Pk Chief Executive Officer, Bestway Group

BESTWAY Group has teamed up with Virgin Atlantic to deliver more than 20 tonnes of medicine to help the Pakistan flooding victims.

The medicines were donated by Bestway and then flown to Islamabad by Virgin Atlantic Cargo.

Bestway said the medicine will go on to help the 3.2million people who have lost their homes and livelihoods after being displaced by flooding that has devastated more than a third of the country.

This is the latest effort as part of Bestway’s Pakistan Flood Relief Appeal, which has so far managed to raise in excess of $2.5 million in support of those who have been displaced due to the floods.

Haider Choudrey, chief financial officer at Bestway Group, said: “Our teams are on the ground in Pakistan and are seeing first-hand how desperately these medicines are needed.

“They will help to combat disease that has taken hold where fresh water supplies have been destroyed and families have lost their homes along with everything they own.

“We would like to thank the team at Virgin Atlantic Cargo who have helped us make this happen and are transporting what is a sizeable cargo of medicines out to where it is needed the most.”