Flood crisis: How to help

Many organisations across the country have mobilised activities to help flood victims. Contact information provided.

Express August 02, 2010

A number of governmental and non-governmental organisations have mobilised activities to help the millions affected by flashfloods across Pakistan.

Visitors to The Express Tribune website may contact the following organisations if they wish to contribute in relief activities. The following list is a modified version of a Facebook post being circulated online:

1. Al-Khidmat Foundation

2. Edhi Foundation

3. Sungi Development Foundation

4. Pakistan Red Cresent Society

5. Pakistani Youth

6. Rescue and Relief work (An independent group of students)

7. The Volunteer/Voice of the Civil Society

8. Islamic Relief USA


10. UNHCR Canada


12. United Nations World Food Programme

13. International Medical Corps

14. The International Rescue Committee

15. Church World Service

16. Islamic Help (England)

17. Muslim Aid (England)

18. Muslim Hands

19. Save the Children

Contributions can be made in the form of cash and the commodities including clothing, toiletries, utensils, food and medicines.

If there are additional relief efforts underway, please mention details as a comment below. The web staff will review comments and update the list accordingly.


Basheer Ahmad | 11 years ago | Reply After the successful project of supporting the earthquake victims in 2008, they now intend to move on to a bigger and a much needed task – shelter building for flood affected families in Baluchistan and Sindh.In the present weather conditions, this is the need of the hour. The task requires substantial funds that can be collected if all of us join hands. I hope you all will come forward and contribute in whatever way possible for this noble cause. [email protected] join ispr and give help re-build a home for a family Pakistan Zindabad
atif | 11 years ago | Reply www.usa.HumanityFirst.org
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