As Pakistan is suffering from country-wide lockdown the world has stepped forward to help developing countries to cope with current damages caused by the pandemic.
Japan has granted $2 million to Pakistan to help deal with the Coronavirus crisis. The Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Hamad Azhar tweeted that the government of Japan has given $2 million grant to Pakistan through UNICEF and IOM to deal with the Coronavirus.
Hamad Azhar thanked the Japanese government for providing assistance, saying that the aid was being funded by the UN Fund for Children (UNICEF) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to deal with the Coronavirus. Hamad Azhar said that Japan has also allocated an additional two and a half billion rupees, which has been allocated from non-expenditure on Japanese-assisted health projects in Pakistan.