Pakistan Emergency Floods
Pakistan Floods Emergency Response
Heavy rainfall in Pakistan has caused deadly flash floods. Over 384 have lost their lives and thousands are injured, mostly children and women.
Zaimah is on the ground in Pakistan and has launched an emergency campaign.
Please donate now and help save lives!
Over 900 people have been killed in monsoon floods in Pakistan!
The monsoon rain in Pakistan has resulted in over 900 deaths, and the government has issued warnings of further life-threatening rain. The country’s climate minister has declared a state of emergency, and Zaimah is supporting the people during this emergency.
Zaimah has been providing essential aid and hot meals to help families survive these circumstances, we are working to support those most in need.
Flash floods are destroying much of Pakistan. The Pakistan authorities have reported that the floods have resulted in:
- At least 150,000 people require humanitarian aid.
- Approximately 25,940 houses have been destroyed or damaged.
- Critical Infrastructure such as 6,000 bridges has been damaged.
- Over 384 deaths.
- Thousands have been injured mostly women and children
Please help us to do more!
Cooked meal = £1.50
Drinking water = £1.50
Hygiene Kit = £10
Food parcel= £30
Shelter Tent = £50