This project will provide food for one month to 1,000 flood-affected displaced families and financial assistance in building their homes. Heavy rains have triggered flash floods and wreaked havoc across much of Pakistan leaving 903 dead 184,000 displaced to relief camps and about 50,000 people homelessly. Their livestock and crops are wiped out and they are seeking help to survive. Lets help the displaced families of Tehsil Rojhan of district Rajanpur who are affected the most worst.
District Rajanpur is situated between Suleman Mountain Range and River Indus. Four spells of monsoon rains over Suleman Mountain Range, began July end and continued into August, triggering history's ferocious most hill torrents that swept through Rajanpur districts inflicting deaths, destruction of crops and houses. Public Hospitals, Schools and Roads are also damaged and families of this one of the most undeveloped district of the country are in miserable condition.
The project will provide immediately food, medicine and health care to the displaced families. It would support financially to 1000 families to build their house. Many National and International Institutions are trying to reach to the people and in coordination with our target area is Tehsil Rojhan of district Rajanpur, Punjab, Pakistan.
The project will provide home to the 1000 displaced, homeless families to restart their normal life with dignity.