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Monsoons Bring Devastation

Extreme monsoon weather and flash floods have wreaked havoc across Pakistan, with over 300 deaths and hundreds of people injured. The province of Balochistan, in the south-west of the country, has borne the brunt, with more than 120 deaths reported – including 46 children - and 13,000 homes damaged. Agricultural land was destroyed; 600 schools were damaged; bridges and major roads were swept away and two dams collapsed in the Tobar Kakar Mountain range.

Most Vulnerable

Pakistan regularly suffers heavy floods during the monsoon season but this year’s weather has been even more destructive. After an extreme heatwave, the nation recorded 60% of its total monsoon rainfall in just three weeks. The country is listed as the most vulnerable on the Global Climate Risk Index, and a population in which a quarter already live in extreme poverty or are undernourished is now suffering even more devastating impacts of climate change.

Alleviate the Suffering

According to authorities in Pakistan, at least 150k people in Balochistan require humanitarian assistance and 18 out of its 26 districts have been declared calamity-hit areas. Islamic Help’s long-established team in Pakistan will distribute emergency aid to some of the most affected. Your donations will provide emergency food, shelter, clothing and medicines, and alleviate the suffering of those who have lost their loved ones, their homes and livelihoods.

ISLAMIC HELP'S RESULTS

What’s happened so far

Authorities have declared a state of emergency in Balochistan, the worst-affected region, where an estimated 150,000 people are in need of emergency aid.

150k need aid
13k homes destroyed
120+ deaths

Important information

All donations will go to our Pakistan Floods Emergency Relief Fund and used to provide emergency aid to those who have been affected in Balochistan, south Punjab and Sindh province.

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