KARACHI (APP) - Secretary General Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) Dr Ekmeledin Ihsanoglu said Tuesday that the organisation will establish Emergency Fund for Natural Disaster to help victims of disasters anywhere in the Islamic countries. He was talking to President Asif Ali Zardari during a meeting at the Chief Minister House here on Tuesday. Later, briefing the newsmen about the meeting, Press Secretary to President Farhat-ullah Babar said that Dr Ihsanoglu was accompanied by two Assistant Secretary Generals OIC Ambassador Abdul Moiz Bokhari and Ambassador Atta El-Manaan Bakhiet and other directors. Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, CMs Advisor on Information Jameel Soomro were also present on the occasion. He said that OIC will also allocate funds for Pakistani flood victims during the Organisations next meeting. He said that OICs special meeting held two days ago, had already mobilised the pledges of about $1 billion for flood victims in Pakistan. Dr Ihsanoglu expressed condolences with the President on the loss of lives and property during the unprecedented flood. I am touched by the losses I had seen myself during the aerial visit to the affected areas, he added. Farhatullah Babar said that OIC secretary assured the President that the Organisation will adopt all possible means to extend help in the rehabilitation activities by the government in flood affected areas. He said President Asif Ali Zardari thanked the OIC for initiating efforts for the relief of flood victims and said the tragedy is so big that Pakistan cannot handle it alone without the support of the international community. He pointed out that calamity is bigger than Tsunami and the 2005 earthquake and appealed to the international community and OIC to come forward and provide relief to the people of Pakistan. The President said that the government will issue visas to international NGOs on arrival in Pakistan. He urged OIC Secretary General to circulate this information among international NGOs and NGOs working with OIC. Zardari meets editors President Asif Ali Zardari said on Tuesday that Pakistan will convert the disaster cau-sed by the floods into opportunity with the help of people and international community. He was talking to editors of Sindhi newspapers and TV channels at Chief Minister Ho-use here. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Federal Information Minister Qamar Zam-an Kaira, Central Information Secretary of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Fauzia Wahab, Advisor to Chief Minister on Information Jameel Soomro were also present on the occasion. It is a long drawn effort and it will take at least 2 to 3 years to bring back things to the normal course. We have lau-nched an international appeal and response is very encouraging. We are determined to rebuild the entire devastated infrastructure, he added. Well build them, President Zardari commented about the houses of people that have been damaged by floods. We will make bricks and buildings blocks with the help of latest technology to build these houses and building. He said that construction workers will be trained by master trainers to speedily rebuild the houses on modern lines. The President said the present government has inherited many challenges and facing them courageously. We have the challenges of democracy, war against terror, economic meltdown and now devastating floods. We have made progress in the area of democracy, war against militants, and economic development. We will make progress in fighting the hazards of floods, he noted. He underlined the need to adopt a new approach to face the similar disaster in future if God forbid, the floods hit again as a result of climatic change. The President said that the media can play an important role to guide the government in the relief work for flood victims.