Pakistan Floods

DELIVERING THE FUTURE - Experiences from a recent visit to Pakistan

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Since July 28, 2010, heavy monsoon rainfall in northwest Pakistan has caused catastrophic floods in different rivers resulting in more than 1170 deaths and misplacing thousands of families. In the worst-affected areas, entire villages have been washed. Over 3 million people have been affected and forecasters have predicted more rain in the upcoming days. This is the worst flooding in more than 80 years in Pakistan.

The World Federation worked with the Hussaini Foundation to provide urgent immediate relief to the displaced victims. The Hussaini Foundation sent out many food parcels to the victims. Now the work for rebuilding has begun. Click on the link above to read the full report.

NASIMCO is deeply distraught and concerned about the devastation and loss of lives and strongly appeals to all donors to donate generously. Your contribution will make a great impact on the lives of all those who have lost not only their homes and their livelihood, but also their loved ones.

Press Release by World Federation

Pakistan Flood Relief 2010_2nd update

Pakistan Flood Relief 2010_3rd update

Pakistan Flood Relief 2010 Rebuilding

Muharram 1432 Appeal Launch

READ THE FEBRUARY 2011 - HOUSING PROJECT UPDATE

READ THE AUGUST 2011 RAIN FLOOD REPORT

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