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Pakistan Floods Emergency

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Emergency Response Fund – Monthly Donation

$10

Your monthly donation will help us to respond to emergencies and disasters quickly

Cooked Meals – Pakistan Emergency

$123

Provides 20 cooked meals

Food Pack – Pakistan Emergency

$75

Provides a family sustenance for one month

PAKISTAN FLOODS KILL MORE THAN 500 PEOPLE

More than 39,000 homes have been partially or completely destroyed. Muslim Charity partners are on the ground.


Heavy rains have resulted in urban and flash floods, landslides, and Glacial Lake Outburst Floods (GLOF) across Pakistan, particularly affecting Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Sindh Provinces. As of 2nd August, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) reported that the floods have resulted in 502 deaths (including 191 children and 98 women) and some 593 people have been injured since 14th June.

More than 39,000 houses have been partially or completely damaged, around 800 schools (600 in Balochistan alone), were damaged and 120 bridges and 2,516 km of road sections have been affected.

Muslim Charity Intervention


Muslim Charity emergency relief teams are supporting flood affected families through the provision of cooked meals and monthly food packs.
Our teams are on the ground continuously assessing the situation for planning the rehabilitation and emergency support projects.

The immediate needs include cooked food, water, emergency shelter and medical aid.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Emergency Response Fund – Monthly Donation

$10

Your monthly donation will help us to respond to emergencies and disasters quickly

Cooked Meals – Pakistan Emergency

$123

Provides 20 cooked meals

Food Pack – Pakistan Emergency

$75

Provides a family sustenance for one month

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