Apple CEO to donate to Pakistan to facilitate recovery from recent flooding

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come to Pakistan's aid, as he tweeted about the recent flooding in the country.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come to Pakistan’s aid, as he tweeted about the recent flooding in the country.

The executive took to Twitter to announce that Apple will donate to Pakistan to assist in its recovery following the natural disasters. He wrote that the floods in Pakistan and surrounding areas are ‘devastating humanitarian disasters.’

Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai also responded to Cook’s gesture and thanked him for providing help during such a difficult time.

Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal lauded Tim for his support, he added that Pakistan is facing the repercussions of global warming, despite it being the lowest carbon-emitting country.

The damage inflicted by floods has been estimated to be around $10 billion. Apple regularly donates money to humanitarian causes across the globe. The company also partnered with UNICEF in March of this year to provide relief for families that were impacted by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Similarly, the tech giant donated money to communities to facilitate recovery from severe flooding in China.

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  • Apple will donate not he.
    1-2 million dollars say kuch naheen hoga. is main tu shahbaz shareef ka new flat naheen aye ga

  • Tim should consider opening a manufacture plant in Pakistan.
    Apple is expected to leave China fully in 2023 and shifting the plants in India.

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