Catastrophic floods: A third of Pakistan is under water
Floods have affected some 33 million people — about 14% of Pakistan's population — causing death, damage, displacement and loss whose effects will be felt for months and years to come. An estimated damage of $10 Bn done, no less than doomsday for residents.
More than 1,000 people have been killed. Agriculture, a mainstay of Pakistan's economy, has been overwhelmed as fields drown. Nearly half the cotton crop has been lost in southern Sindh province.
UN Secretary-General's video message on Flash Appeal in Support of Pakistan Flood Response Plan for Pakistan
If you're wondering how to donate for Pakistan flood relief to maximize impact, consider donating to local non-profits who are already active on the ground and have a long credible history.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan
An independent, non-governmental, non-profit and charitable organization, dedicated to the service of humanity in all parts of the world without any discrimination of creed, religion and political association.
World’s Largest Interest Free Micro-Finance Organization. Akhuwat is immediately engaged in providing relief as per need of the affected families. Akhuwat plans to, also, provide interest-free loans up to Rs. 150,000 to those affected by the floods for rebuilding their homes.
Edhi Welfare Organization
One of the best social welfare service providers across the world running on non-commercial, non-political, and non-communal basis, serving round-the-clock without any discrimination of color, class, and creed.
Flood Relief 2022 | Punjab Gov
Government run relief fund that is spearheaded by Mr. Imran Khan, who has years of fundraising credibility with the people of Pakistan for building Pakistan's first cancer hospital that provides free cancer treatment to low-income residents.