KARACHI (APP)- A water filtration plant has been donated by Coca-Cola for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). An announcement to this effect was made in a statement issued here on Monday. It said that the Haripur Nazim, Yousaf Ayub, inaugurated the water filtration plant. The water filtration plant has been installed at the Government Higher Secondary School for Boys No. 1, Haripur. It is part of Coca-Colas relief efforts for the Internally Displaced Persons of Swat and other regions. Expressing his views on the occasion, Rizwan U. Khan, Country Manager for Pakistan and Afghanistan, said that his company is also supporting different reputable NGOs and agencies that are active in the relief work and has allocated Rs. 20 million overall for the relief work. It was also mentioned that Coca-Cola has pledged a sum of Rs. 20 million for the IDPs. As part of that effort the Companys focus has been on providing clean drinking water and health care to the affectees, and also on education to the children through setting up of temporary schools. As a first step, Coca-Cola joined hands with the Mir Khalil-ur-Rehman Foundations (MKRF) Pukaar - which is leading the efforts to provide relief to the IDPs in the NWFP.