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Student employees MUST register as employees and as students.This includes water for washing, drinking and cooking.The recommendation is for 2 to 3 litres per person per day for drinking plus an additional 2 litres per person per day for cleaning and hygiene (I use a 10 liter Scepter military water can for my needs).The earthquake that struck Pakistani Kashmir and neighbouring states on Saturday 8 October 2005 killed more people than the 16-year-old territorial conflict that has convulsed the area.
Pakistan's President has described the catastrophe as "a test of the nation" and Jan Engelund, the chief disaster relief administrator for the United Nations called it "the worst logistical nightmare that the UN has ever faced."The world community's response to this pitiful situation has been, to say the least, sluggish.Could it be that we are witnessing 'donor fatigue' on a scale never before seen?