Emergency Relief

Pakistan Flood Relief

500,000+

in need of immediate humanitarian assistance

1 million homes

have been destroyed across
Pakistan

2 million acres

of crops destroyed

A third of Pakistan is currently under-water. That is 33% of the entire nation.

Pakistan’s government has declared a national emergency as rain-induced floods have so far killed 1136 people, including 343 children, and a total of 1 million homes have been damaged under waters.

Due to the heavy floods, dams have collapsed and affected major areas across Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Agriculture, business, and livestock have been severely damaged causing an economic downfall across the country.

How IDRF is helping

Through our local IDRF team in Pakistan, we are currently providing families with emergency food boxes and Family Emergency Kits which contain basic hygiene items such as soap, toothbrushes, female hygiene items, as well as oral rehydration tabs, clean water filtration units, and solar lights. Our kits also provide mosquito nets, blankets, pillows, mattresses, and kitchen items. In addition, we are also providing livestock feed for families.

Our teams are also looking into shelter rehabilitation as part of the ongoing response to the effects of such massive flooding.

For this emergency response, IDRF is directly working through our IDRF registered charity team in Pakistan. 

$100

Emergency First Aid and Food Kits

News & Updates from Pakistan

Councillor Khalid Usman & CERF Raise Three Hundred and twenty-two thousand in Markham for IDRF Pakistan Flood Relief project

This contribution was matched to $472,000 as part of IDRF’s private matching fund The Cancer...

National Fundraising Campaign Launched to Help Victims of Pakistan Floods

First $100,000 in donations will be matched by IDRF as part of $3M fundraising initiative TORONTO,...

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