Yahoo! Promotes Pakistan Relief On Its Homepage, Google Doesn’t

19 Aug, 2010

We wrote 2 times before about the floods in Pakistan that killed an estimated 1,600 people, made 4 millions homeless and affected  about 20 million human-beings.

Yahoo! has joined the effort and added a link to its logo on its website to Pakistan Floods how to help Page on yahoo that offers a guide in how to help a long with a list of Organization that you can donate to and news and vidoes.

Thank you Yahoo !

As for Google it has setup a special web section for Disaster Relief in Pakistan, offering donations options and tools to help in the disaster such as look for someone, find someone, also Disaster Relief in Pakistan. Resource Finder is a tool to help disseminate updated information about health facilities and services

This is the second time that Google failed with Muslims this month, before Bing beat them by featuring Ramadan images on its homepage. Google did not offer a Ramadan Doodle but a number of Chrome themes.

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  1. Hossam Hammady  |  August 20th, 2010 at 3:48 AM #

    I don’t understand why u still blame Google while it has released the Pakistan web section?

  2. Gaith Saqer  |  August 20th, 2010 at 4:13 AM #

    Google did not promote the web section on its homepage.

  3. abdul sameer  |  April 8th, 2011 at 9:37 AM #

    I don’t understand why u still blame Google while it has released the Pakistan web section?

  4. Hamza Khan  |  November 27th, 2011 at 8:56 PM #

    Because ppl in Pakistan are very uneducated to even know what yahoo is stupid Pakistanis. I’m ashamed of being a Paki myself.

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