Global Floods Appeal

Across the globe, thousands of people are struggling to survive due to devastating floods. In Sudan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, deadly floods have claimed the lives of hundreds and destroyed the livelihoods of many others. 


Global Floods Appeal

Flash floods, Monsoon rains and extreme weather are wreaking havoc and destroying innocent lives across our world. 

Pakistan: The Damage

Deadly floods in Balochistan and Sindh have so far killed more than 249 people and left scores injured. More than 3,000 villages have been affected, leading to thousands being forced to evacuate their homes.

  • In Sindh, 20 districts have been affected and at least 84 people have been killed
  • In Mirpur Khas, over 3,600 villages have been submerged affecting over 570,000 people
  • In District Dadu, more than 35,000 houses have been damaged

Pakistan: Muslim Aid response so far

Muslim Aid is on the ground in Sindh and Balochistan. In Karachi, we are one of the very few relief organisations working in collaboration with government agencies to address the devastation caused by Urban floods.

Our emergency response includes:

  • Supplying dewatering pumps to remove flood/rainwater
  • Providing ambulance services to rescue the sick and injured
  • Providing WASH and hygiene kits for families to reduce the risk of the outbreak of disease
  • Distributing food packs to families

£30 Could provide essential non food items such as soap, blankets & hygiene packs

£60 Could provide an emergency supply of food to a family

£100 Could provide water to a family in an emergency

£200 Could provide safe and secure shelter

£350 Could provide life saving medical aid and help to fight Covid-19

Sudan: The Damage

More than 570,000 people have been affected by torrential rain and floods in Sudan which has also caused damage to more than 111,000 homes. A state of emergency has been called as people struggle to cope with increasing water levels. 

While 17 out of 18 states in Sudan have been affected by the floods, a staggering 43% of all people affected are from the states of Khartoum, North Darfur and Sennar. 

Sudan: Muslim Aid response so far

Muslim Aid is working closely and coordinating efforts with Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC). We are responding to the critical areas of need and our emergency response includes:

  • Providing emergency food and water to affected families
  • Distributing essential non-food items (e.g. blankets, soap, hygiene packs)
  • Providing emergency shelter and shelter rehabilitation 

Bangladesh: The Damage

Over the recent months, devastating monsoon floods have claimed the lives of over 250 people, in more than 35 districts of Bangladesh. With thousands of houses damaged or destroyed and paddy fields, roads, lakes and ponds submerged, the lives and livelihoods of entire communities are at risk. To add to the dire situation, the number of people infected by Covid-19 is on the increase. 

Bangladesh: Muslim Aid response so far

Our teams on the ground are responding to save lives. So far, we are:

  • Providing food to affected individuals and families
  • Providing Emergency Cash Grants to those most in need
  • Distributing essential non-food items (e.g. blankets, soap, hygiene packs)  

Whenever a disaster strikes, Muslim Aid gets there as fast as possible, working to save lives and help people achieve safety and long-term security. With your help, we can continue to respond in the critical first 72 hours of an emergency.

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Funds raised from this emergency will go towards the global emergency appeal, supporting this emergency as well as many others across the globe. Thank you for your contributions.

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