Help Flood Victims of Pakistan

by Al-Mustafa Development Network


Torrential rains have caused widespread destruction throughout Pakistan . Floods affected 11.4 million men, women and children. This catastrophe is greater in scale than 2005 earthquake and Haiti EQ.
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Floods in Pakistan have caused immense loss of life and property and 11.4 million people are directly affected. People need food, safe drinking water, shelter and healthcare to survive from the catastrophic effects of these floods. Many villages are simply wiped out and men, women and children are living under open sky looking for help and support. While rescue operations are still underway, relief & rehabilitation will take years to fully rehabilitate affected communities and infrastructure.


Project will help the affected communities provide food, water, sanitation and health services for three months in the most affected regions of KPK and Azad Kashmir.

Long-Term Impact

It will help 1000 people with food, water and sanitation services while also providing life saving medicines for children for three months. It will give immediate relief and provide rehabilitation support for three communities of KPK and one in AJK.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).



Organization Information

Al-Mustafa Development Network

Location: Khayaba-e-sir Syed, Rawalpindi - Pakistan
Website: http:/​/​
Al-Mustafa Development Network
Project Leader:
Nadeem Tahir
Rawalpindi, Punjab Pakistan

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