Since 2005, Muslim Aid Pakistan has provided support to over 2.9 million individuals based in Pakistan who were affected either of natural or manmade disasters.
In the last 30 years alone, Pakistan has faced many natural disasters. Our emergency aid teams and established field offices have been there for the people of Pakistan during disasters such as the earthquake in 2005, floods in Charsadda and Rajanpur in 2007, the earthquake in Ziarat in 2008, TDP crisis of 2009 and 2014, floods of 2010, flash rains of 2011, and floods in 2015.
Muslim Aid Pakistan support the Government of Pakistan to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We are passionate about long-term development programmes that improve the education of men, women and children across the country so that they may enjoy a bright future free from poverty.
Our projects include:
Establishing Child Welfare & Development Centers for over 700,000 children.
Providing over 900 children with regular sponsorship funds to meet their educational and health-related needs.
Developing an Islamic mode of microfinance to over 5,000 families to build and support their futures.
Building and distributing health, nutrition, education and WASH services across the region.
Donate now to help us continue fighting the effects of abject poverty and natural disaster.