The international organizations played vital role in restoration while Non Government Organizations (NGO) at national and local level also become active. The NGOs established camps in streets and gathered aid to smooth the restoration process but it is relevant to mention that several organizations disappeared after gathering aid. More than twenty-five international organizations are serving in Pakistan for restoration and rehabilitation in the country. But it is very sad that these organizations played vital role in restoration but their role in rehabilitation is not so good.
World Food Program distributed ration for six months, among the victims but unfortunately the organization failed to provide loan to the victim families due to which the families are still deprived. UNISEFF established camp schools in the affected areas but the schools blown up by the militants in Malakand division have not yet been reconstructed. The government has constructed 100 schools with collaboration of Pak-Army but hundreds of demolished schools are still waiting for reconstruction.
The people of Pakistan expressed grave concerns and suspicion over procedure of restoration and rehabilitation by the International Aid organizations and national NGOs. The suspicion become more powerful when fake vaccination campaign was launched in Abbottabad to gain DNA of Al-qaida leader Osama Bin Laden. After the incident some circles linked the bomb blasts incident in the country with these organizations but they don’t have tangible proves. The offices of International Donor agencies are situated where common man or media cannot reach. Several offices are situated outside the cities in deserted places. The activities of these organizations are secret in guise of international mandate. On the other hand these agencies are being charged of providing medical facilities and aid to the terrorists. These agencies are airing rebellion because there are several questions on these agencies secret activities in the country.
A year has passed since the floods but these departments have failed to achieve their targets. After July 28 2010 the affectees were distributed ration and tents but construction of roads, houses, schools and bridges still need attention. Only in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa 150 important bridges were destroyed. Important link bridge the Chakdra Bridge which connects four districts has not been constructed on permanent bases. Similarly several other such major projects are still pending.
Conferences and seminars are held in air-conditioned five star hotels in the name of creating awareness. Millions of rupees of aid money is utilized for transportation, documentaries, seminars and salaries of staffers while the real affectees are only getting 15 percent.
Besides this due to absence of proper audit system for these organisations the corruptions within NGOs is raising day by day. NGOs hire educated youngsters on lucrative salaries for projects that are only for 5 to 6 months. However after these projects are ended these youngsters are unwilling to work with any other organization on less pay.
It is the need of the hour for the government to start monitoring the performance of the non-governmental organization.