Relief International entered the country in 2005 after a devastating earthquake where we were among the first organizations to respond. Our emergency response work continues today. We also team with local communities to deliver top-notch expertise in pressing issues such as agriculture and disease control.
In Pakistan, as in many developing countries, the well-being of livestock is critical for family finances — and for public health. That’s why RI worked to become the global leader in the prevention of zoonotic diseases — diseases transmitted from animals to humans.
On the forefront of zoonotic disease prevention, RI’s work in Pakistan: