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Pakistan Floods Appeal

Pakistani child standing amidst flood water in her village

Nine months on from the Pakistan floods, 1.8 million people still live by stagnant floodwater, at urgent risk of disease. Give mercy, and help flood survivors to recover, and help us to build resilience through long-term, community-building projects.

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Rebuild lives, give mercy

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: "If anyone relieves a Muslim believer from one of the hardships of this worldly life, Allah will relieve him of one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection." (Source - Muslim)

£60 per month – transform the life of a child on the streets through our drop-in centre.

£800 - Install a deep water well in a drought-hit community in Pakistan, helping to transform and protect a village of 105 people.

£2,700 - saves a family from homelessness by building a brick home with kitchen and washroom.

£3,500 (1 share) – Transform the lives, livelihoods and security of an entire village in Tharparkar.

A fifth of Pakistanis are undernourished, and almost half of all children are stunted. Give mercy now and help us to provide water wells, livelihoods and village transformations. You can also transform the life of a street child, and help us to rebuild homes for families affected by the floods.

All of our Pakistan projects are Zakat-eligible, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.

Be a mercy to flood survivors

Nine months on from the Pakistan floods, 1.8 million people are still living beside stagnant floodwater, at risk of disease. 170,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition, and 4.3 million workers have been affected as a result of the floods.

Help us to support a family affected by the floods by providing sustainable, safe brick homes, containing a kitchen and washroom.

Give mercy to a family who lost their home to the floods.

Sustainable change for long-term resilience

We’re also continuing our long-term projects which empower communities to be resilient to climate change and the causes of disasters. Be a mercy to a family facing cyclical climate crises by installing a water well, providing livelihood training and tools, or transforming an entire village with solar-powered water pumps, lighting, toilets, and farming training.

Help us to transform a drought-hit village in Tharparkar. Be a mercy.

Why give with Human Appeal

We’ve been changing lives in Pakistan for 17 years.

Last year, we helped a total of 3,843,279 people, including 1,656,490 people in Pakistan through our flood response, as well as projects that provided sustainable clean water, livelihood training, education, solar-powered electricity, and food security.

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Pakistan Emergency Flood Response

A big thank you to everyone involved in our Pakistan Floods Emergency Appeal. Together we have reached more than 634,633 flood-affected survivors so far.

Millions of lives have been devastated following the unprecedented floods in Pakistan this year. But thanks to you so far, 435,753 individuals were provided with food aid, 38,675 were provided with Hygiene Kits & Non-Food Items (NFI's), 24,338 were provided with hot meals, 4,534 were provided with healthcare assistance (through our mobile medical camps), and 15,000 flood affected people benefited from unconditional cash assistance.

Please download our Pakistan Feedback Report to see all the essential facts and figures, including the current situation in Pakistan, and the difference you have made to the lives of thousands of people, as well as our plans to support flood-survivors in the future.

Once again, thanks so much. We could not have achieved all this without you.

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Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: "If anyone relieves a Muslim believer from one of the hardships of this worldly life, Allah will relieve him of one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection."

Source - Muslim

Please support the people of Pakistan.

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