The University of Agriculture, Faisalabad has dispatched four trucks of essential items to help the flood affected people. The trucks include rations, clothes, tents, mosquito nets, medicines and other items.

UAF Vice Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan flanked by Director Student Affairs Dr. Nadeem Abbas, Senior Tutor Dr. Shoukat Ali, Dr. Ahmed Sattar, Dr. Ijaz Saleem, Dr. Saqib and others dispatched the trucks at a ceremony. Dr. Iqrar Ahmed Khan said that the country faced the one of the worst devastation due to floods that had played havoc not only with the lives of the people but also agriculture sector, intensifying the food insecurity situation. He said the university was taking all possible steps in rehabilitation process . He said that the campus community, students, teachers, and administration actively participated in the 45-day rehabilitation camp campaign set by the Senior Tutor Office and the Student Affairs Coordinator Office. He said that animal and human doctors were also accompanying the departing team who will provide medical treatment facilities to the people and livestock affected by the epidemics in the flood areas. The distribution team will be headed by Dr. Irfan Afzal and Dr. Saqib. It should be noted that they will perform their services in Rajanpur and its adjacent areas, while in the next phase, seeds goods will also be distributed to farmers as a part of agricultural rehabilitation.