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[liberationtech] [governance] Support iPOP Tactical Operations in Pakistan Earthquake

Nick Ashton-Hart nashton at
Mon Oct 26 13:28:47 PDT 2015

Dear Arzak,

I have relationships with OCHA and the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster people. If you, other NGOs, and perhaps ISOC Pakistan would be available to liaise with the incoming international organisations let me know offlist, I’d be happy to help connect you, if you don’t already know them.

Regards, Nick

> On 26 Oct 2015, at 18:42, Arzak Khan <director at> wrote:
> Dear All,
> A major earthquake measuring 8.1 on Richter scale has struck remote northeast region  in Afghanistan and northern areas of Pakistan killing more than 200 people and injuring more than 1500. The death toll could rise in coming days because communication system is mostly disrupted in the rugged Hindu Kush mountain range where the quake was centered.
> The tactical operations (TOPS) team at Internet Policy Observatory Pakistan is closely monitoring the situation in coordination with disaster management authorities and humanitarian organizations before field deployment of TOPS A-Team.
> If you would like to support us or have suggestions based on your own experiences please do get in touch.
> You can read more about how we conduct our tactical operations here <>
> Best,
> Arzak Khan |Director |Internet Policy Observatory Pakistan | <> | <> |
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