More than 1000 people died in the floods this summer in Pakistan.
Hundreds of thousands have had to leave their homes, and many of them have nowhere to return to, as the heavy rain swept away their houses.
The country’s prime minister, Shehbaz Sharif is seeking international assistance, as the annual monsoon is causing devastating damages across the country.
How can you help?
If you would like to support these families who lost their homes in the flood and had to flee from their lands, you can do that through one of these organizations.
According to Islamic Relief, the main affected areas are Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and Punja. Over 682,000 homes have been damaged, and 802,000 livestock have been lost.
The emergency team is working in local communities to help affected families by distributing hygiene kits, tents, food packs, kitchen utensils, and cash grants.
You can make your donations here.
Read more news on the site of Islamic Relief.
Muslim Aid has launched a campaign to provide water, food, medicine, and emergency shelter for the families, mainly in Balochistan.
By donating £30 pounds, you provide a cash grant to families. While giving £350 you will help to cover the medicine and healthcare needs of affected communities.
At least 33 million people have been affected by deadly flooding in Pakistan. @Muslim_Aid through its consortium partner @IslamicReliefPK has distributed Cash Grants and Non-food items in flood affected areas of Balochistan. #FloodinPakistan #PakistanFloods pic.twitter.com/NSiEU9Z3yI— Muslim Aid Pakistan (@MuslimAid_PK) August 27, 2022
Read more about the details of your donation here.
Muslim Charity is a UK-based organization founded in 1999. This emergency appeal focuses on families in the most affected areas of the country, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Sindh Province.
Give a single donation or a monthly payment and assist the families with emergency food packs, cooked meals, or medical aid.
Make your donations here.
Youth Club Cares
Youth Club Cares is a Pakistani organization. Their Relief Project 2022 is helping the victims of the floods in the country.
Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust
Islam Channel has an Emergency Pakistan Floods Appeal to assist the families who have lost their homes and lack shelter, food, and basic utilities.
Choose from the packages and donate a single or monthly payment to provide for one or 10 families with essentials like oil, flour, rice, salt, tea, etc. There are other packs like the Emergency Medical Aid, Emergency Relief Pack, among others.