Pakistan Flood Relief (2022)

Support local relief efforts in response to this year's catastrophic flooding in Pakistan


Issue AreaDisaster

Tax benefit eligibilityUS, AU, HK SAR PRC

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Situation Overview

Pakistan is experiencing a massive flood considered the worst in history: more than 1,000 people have died, and over 33 million were displaced. The floods began in June 2022 and continued through August 2022, impacting a growing number of communities.

Due to heavy rainfall and landslides, roads are swept away, bridges have collapsed, and houses are surrounded by floodwater, making evacuation more difficult. Crops and livestock are devastated, leading to food shortages and increased prices of basic needs. Community-based water sources are heavily contaminated. More than 200,000 houses are destroyed and many more damaged.

The Government of Pakistan has appealed for international support and is collaborating with UN and international agencies to deliver aid. Give2Asia is raising funds to support vulnerable populations in Pakistan, especially in the worst hit in the Sindh region.

Immediate Needs

The flooding has devastated many Pakistan communities. Current needs identified by our partners include:

  • Basic food staples
  • Nutritional supplements for children
  • Clean drinking water
  • Hygiene and sanitation kits
  • Medicines
  • Temporary healthcare facilities
  • Blankets, tarpaulins, and emergency shelters

Longer-term needs include education support kits, psychosocial and healthcare support, livelihood, rebuilding, and disaster mitigation activities.

Our Partners’ Response

Give2Asia works with local non-profits throughout the country that are certified by the Pakistan Center for Philanthropy (PCP). Below are status updates from several local partners. We continue to monitor the situation and will update our partners’ responses as soon as they become available.

Akhuwat supports emergency relief through two phases. During the First Phase, Akhuwat provides Cash Support of Rs. 4,000 per family, Ration Bags, Food/Meal Distribution, and medical camps in affected areas. For the second phase (rehabilitation), Akhuwat will provide interest-free loans of up to Rs. 150,000 for up to 5 years for rebuilding homes.

Akhuwat is working in the following flood-affected districts:

  • Balochistan: Duki, Gwadar, Killa Saifullah, Lasbela, Loralai, Mastung, Pishin, Quetta and Sibi
  • Gilgit Baltistan: Diamer, Ghanche, Ghizar, Gilgit and Nagar
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Chitral, D.I. Khan, Charsada, Lower Kohistan, Mardan, Nowshera, and Swat
  • Punjab: D.G Khan and Rajanpur
  • Sindh: Badin, Ghotki, Hyder Abad, Jacob Abad, Khair Pur, Mirpur Khas, Sujawal, Sukkur, Tando Allah yar, Tando Muhammad Khan, Thatha, Umerkot and Shikarpur

Hashoo Trust/ Foundation
Hashoo Foundation is actively working in all the affected areas of Pakistan and providing relief to the victims.

Institute for Development Studies and Practices Pakistan (IDSP)
IDSP flood response focuses on Balochistan, the poorest, isolated, and socio-economically vulnerable Province of Pakistan. Many casualties and injuries have been recorded within the province. Community-based water sources are heavily contaminated, and mud houses are now washed away or heavily damaged. School toilets are also destroyed. IDSP’s university of community development (UCD) fellows have a network across Balochistan that can help support relief and recovery work. Below is the list of items most needed:

  • Food Provisions and clean water
  • Medical camps to control diarrhea, water, and sanitation-related diseases
  • Rehabilitate water sources
  • Repairing damaged homes
  • Tents
  • Replacement of lost livestock: chicken, sheep, and goats
  • Mats to sit on
  • Repairing of toilets (which is the eminent cause of spreading of the diseases)
  • Health and Hygiene kits and related supplies for women
  • Transport cost for taking sick, injured, pregnant, emergency patients to hospital

The Citizens Foundation (UK)
TCF has delivered 608,930 meals across 37 locations including Badin, Tando Muhammad Khan, Mirpurkhas, Shaheed Benazirabad, Khairpur and Qambar Shahdadkot. Thousands more meals are en route. There are currently 21 TCF schools which are providing shelter to 4,300+ people (470+ families. The Citizens Foundation (TCF) is providing emergency relief through:
– Providing five million meals to families who have lost all means of sustaining themselves
– Helping to reconstruct homes for 9,000 families once the flood waters recede
– Rehabilitating TCF schools damaged by the floods

How You Can Help

Individual donors can support relief efforts by clicking the donate buttons above. For large gifts or corporate giving opportunities, please contact our international giving team.


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