Food & Medical Relief for Flood Victims Pakistan

by Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)
Vetted
Aug 15, 2011

Heavey Rain Spell distirubed life of flood victims

Flood water standing in the village
Flood water standing in the village

The flood 2010 in Pakistan damaged million of people and in Thatta district about 850,000 people lost all their crops, homes and livestock. During the Month August 2011 on 11 & 12, rain created again a dangerous situation and flood victims again became victims.

As this project doing help for flood victims and at present they again in problem so send help to them in this difficult situation, as we will find donation, we will support them as quick as possible. Hope you will keep trust on AHD for the rehabilitation of flood victims.

For more please feel free to ask information if needed

Rain water damages crops of Jati area
Rain water damages crops of Jati area
Residing on roads due to rain water
Residing on roads due to rain water
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Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

Location: Hyderabad, Sindh - Pakistan
Website: http:/​/​www.ahdpak.org
Project Leader:
Khurshid Bhatti
President / CEO
Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan

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