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Homes for Pakistan

Homes for Pakistan


Homes Project - One Bedroom

Homes for flood survivors in Pakistan

The Messenger (PBUH) said: Whoever brings ease to one in difficulty, Allah will make it easy for him in this life and the Hereafter.” (Sahih Muslim)

£2,400 – provide a family-of-seven whose house was destroyed in the floods with a durable brick home consisting of a room, kitchen, and toilet. (244 square feet)

Flooded out of your home

Eight months on from the devastating floods in Pakistan and 1.8 million people are still living beside stagnant floodwater, at risk of disease. A staggering 806,387 homes were completely destroyed and over a million were partially damaged.

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

A permanent home

Help us to provide permanent, durable homes for a total of 1,365 people affected by the flooding. In Qambar Shahdadkot we’ll be providing 113 families with a shelter consisting of a room, kitchen, and toilet, supporting a total of 650 people.

We’ll also be providing 110 families with a two-room shelter, consisting of two rooms, a kitchen and a toilet. We’ll also install two solar-powered deep water wells nearby to allow these homes to have sustainable access to clean water.

Your charity will support families who were left completely homeless by the floods and in urgent need of support


This project is Zakat-applicable and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.

Our work in Pakistan

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.

You can change the life and future of a vulnerable person, and reap the spiritual rewards of charity. Be a mercy to a family who lost their entire home in the flooding.