Pakistan Emergency

Pakistan Floods

Extreme floods have left Pakistan in a state of emergency. More than 1,100 people have died and more than million are without shelter.

Heavy monsoon rains have swept the country, destroying homes, roads and vital infrastructure such as bridges. 

The magnitude of rainfall is unprecedented. Large swathes of the southwestern province of Balochistan remain submerged, making it extremely difficult for aid to reach those in need. 

We're on the ground responding to this devastating crisis. Our team is mobilising to provide life-saving aid including food packs, dignity kits and medication to those trapped in the catastrophe. 

With your support, we can ensure that no one is left behind. Support our Pakistan Emergency Response today.


Support our Pakistan Emergency Response today


The numbers speak for themselves. The ongoing floods in Pakistan have caused a humanitarian emergency.

Vital infrastructure has been destroyed. Two million crops have washed away. Well over 1,000 lives have been lost, a number set to rise in the coming days.

We're on the ground ensuring that life-saving aid reaches those in need. Support our Pakistan Emergency Response today.


When Disaster Strikes, We Respond.



The devastating floods have caused untold destruction. More than one million homes have been destroyed, as have 149 bridges, and over 2,140 miles of roads.

Millions of families have been forced to flee and leave everything behind. 




Our team is on the ground in Pakistan observing the procurement process and assessing the quality of tents and emergency kits to ensure our beneficiaries receive the highest quality aid to support their specific needs.


With the scale of disaster unprecedented, it is crucial that we mobilise and respond as quickly as possible.