Pakistan floods 2022 how to help
Heavy monsoon rains have caused severe flooding that has swept across Pakistan since June, killing 1,100 people and cause more than 10 billion dollars in damage.
More than 33 million people have been affected by the floods, many of which have been lost houses, agricultural land acts as a source of food and income, and access to Internet and schools. The The disaster also took damage 3,000 miles of roads as well as sanitation infrastructure, leaving people without access to health care, aid and clean water. There have been incidences of skin diseases and respiratory and water-borne infections, each most recent report from the OCHA Humanitarian Advisory Group in Pakistan.
Sherry Rehman, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Climate Change, said in a news interview. She added: “Many counties are starting to look like part of the ocean.
Finance Minister Miftah Ismail said the damage could exceed 10 billion USD, local newspaper The News International report.
“I have no money, but I hope to find some way out,” Ismail told reporters. “Pakistan is drowning. There has been so much damage everywhere.”
Home to 3,000 glacial lakes, 33 of which are designated by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) as “Vulnerable” to flood outbreaksPakistan raised more than $43.5 million with UNDP in 2017 to fund the extension of its Glacial Lake flood risk reduction program. But it’s still not enough.
Here are some organizations you can donate to to provide aid to flood victims in Pakistan.
Pakistan Alkhidmat Organization
An international non-profit organization that has been providing disaster management, health services, education and clean water to Pakistan since 1990. Donations can be made on website for the Project Flood Emergency Relief Appeal in Pakistan.
Humanity & Integration
An independent international relief organization that works with communities experiencing conflict and disaster in over 60 countries since 1982. It is working to provide emergency supplies including food. products, cleaning and personal hygiene products, and blankets for displaced families and people with disabilities in Pakistan. Contributions can be made Online.
International Medical Corps
An international group started working with Pakistan in 1985. Currently, the organization is providing health care services and training to treat water-borne diseases caused by the shortage of clean water in Pakistan. . They have distributed more than 30,000 water purification tablets to health officials working in the affected districts and expect to send more than 25,000 more soon. Donations can be made on website.
International Rescue Committee
The Commission has deployed emergency response teams to provide immediate assistance in Pakistan. Since 1980, the IRC has supported Pakistan by providing food, supplies and medical assistance. They have helped nearly 20,000 Pakistani flood victims to date. Contributions can be made Online.
A non-profit organization that has been serving families in Pakistan since 1992. During the flood crisis, they provided food, access to clean and safe water, and health care. They have also provided emergency response measures such as animal feed for livestock affected during the floods. Contributions can be made Online.
A global humanitarian community working in more than 40 countries whose families have been affected by natural disasters and climate change since 1979. The group is working to provide clean water, food and other necessities. for displaced families in Quetta and Balochistan, which received the heaviest rainfall. Donations can be made on website.
Pakistani Islamic Aid
Since 1987, Islamic Aid has worked to elevate communities in Pakistan to deliver emergency goods to those in need. During the floods, the group established an emergency fund with partners to provide aid, food, water, shelter, medicine and other necessities to families. Can contribute to the fund Online.
Pakistan Red Crescent Association
Founded in 1947, the association works directly with districts such as Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan to provide first aid services to flood victims. The association worked with Chinese ambassador Nong Rong, who was able to raise $300,000 in emergency cash to help flood victims. Contributions can be made Online and will be used to provide health care and disaster management services.
Founded in 1919, it was the first global movement for children. Today, the organization continues to respond to crises affecting vulnerable youth. Save the Children is providing food, water and blankets to children affected by floods in Pakistan. Donations can be made through website.
Organization of Shahid Alfridi
A non-profit organization founded in 2014 by a famous cricketer from Pakistan working with branches in the US, UK, Australia and South Africa to improve the conditions of communities facing with emergencies. Working directly in Balochistan and Sindh, flood relief organizations provided victims with food, shelter, blankets and clothing. Donations can also be made Online.
The United Nations Children’s Fund was established in 1946 to provide emergency food and health care to families devastated by natural disasters. UNICEF provided $1 million worth of supplies and emergency services to Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The foundation plans to provide another $1.3 million to meet the urgent needs of the victims. Donations are accepted through website.
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