We live in a world that has seen a lot of turmoil because of natural catastrophes, civilian strife and military actions in the last 25 years. People living in areas affected by these occurrences need attention and supplies to offset the immediate impact on their lives. The most important thing in such operations is the efficiency to procure the required materials and supplies and transport them to the affected areas in the least amount of time.
In 1986 IMGC was asked to provide food and ration supplies to the internally displaced Afghani people within Afghanistan and across the border in Pakistan. This was a USAID sponsored program and IMGC was asked to deliver these supplies on a war footing basis. IMGC came through for its clients and continued to supply almost all the food supplies through USAID to the Afghan people till the end of combat operations in 1990. During this time IMGC was asked to work on similar projects by the other NGOs and agencies like the International Committee of the Red Cross, EURONAID, UNHCR, UNICEF, WFP, UNDP, WORLD VISION, CARE International, Save the Children to name a few.
In the last 25 years IMGC has emerged as one of the largest suppliers for humanitarian projects all over the world. IMGC has an elaborate network of offices in key regions of the world. This enables IMGC to procure the materials more efficiently and economically. Furthermore IMGC has ties with all the leading regional logistics providers to map out the fastest possible way for smooth and uninterrupted supplies. IMGC has worked extensively in both the Afghan Conflicts in 1986 and 2001, the civil strifes in Africa in the mid 90s, Tsunami in Sri Lanka, Iraq Conflict in 2003, the Earthquake in Pakistan and for the internally displaced people in Pakistan more recently.
IMGC was just awarded 5 of the 6 Long Term Agreements with UNHCR Pakistan for supplies of various materials. IMGC has and is working with all the major organizations in Pakistan, Afghanistan and other places.
IMGC GLOBAL (PVT) Limited
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Karachi – Pakistan