Emergency Assistance to Flood Victims in Pakistan

by Grace Association Pakistan


A call for humanitarian assistances for flood victims in Skardu Baltistan northern Pakistan, looking for water, food, medicines, hygiene items and clothes...

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Isolated villages in Skardu & Ganche districts,in Pakistan, were extremely hit by the floods. So far, there are 55 deaths,105 house damages and thousands of cattle damages registered.Roads are blocked, inter village bridges are damaged, internet connection is cut, there are shortages of all food itens, drinking water, fuel and Kerosene Oils.Death and damage numbers will probably raise and there is a high risk of epidemias.Bad weather has made it impossible for rescue teams to reach affected area


GRACE has been engaged in rescue and relief works; evacuation of threatened villages; and contacting humanitarian organizations for help.To carry out the work, we need tents, blankets, food packets, clothes, safe drinking water and other items.

Long-Term Impact

Provide immediate relief items including water, food, shelter and clothes support to flood victims in isolated villages in Pakistan; enable evacuation to safer places; and help reduce the risk of epidemias.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


Grace Association Pakistan

Organization Information

Grace Association Pakistan

Location: Islamabad, - - Pakistan
Website: http:/​/​www.grace.org.pk
Grace Association Pakistan
Khadim Hussain
Project Leader:
Khadim Hussain
Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan Pakistan

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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