In 2022, torrential rains hit Pakistan due to an extreme monsoon season and melting glaciers, causing devastating floods.
One third of the country went underwater, homes, roads and crops were washed away. The Pakistani authorities have reported that the floods resulted in:
Could provide cash grant to families
Could provide an emergency supply of food, to a family for a month
Could provide water and non-food items (e.g. hygiene kits and cooking utensils).
Could provide safe and secure shelter
Could provide medicine and healthcare facilities to affected communities.
We are on the ground
The Muslim Aid team have been on the ground since day one of the emergency response, delivering emergency relief and assistance.
So far, we have reached more than 59,000 people in District Mirpur Khas and Sanghar, Sindh. We have provided flood victims with:
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One year on we remain on the ground, working with our trusted and experienced country office and partners to help rebuild Pakistan. We have now entered the recovery phase to help affected communities to recover as soon as possible by supporting and initiating development projects.
We need your urgent support to help save and improve lives.
Your response is their survival.
People have been affected by the flooding
One third of the country is underwater, homes, roads and crops have been washed away.
Homes have been damaged or destroyed
Over 300,000 homes have been destroyed and a further 692,000 homes damaged