Civil society and NGOs also played a very important role by providing food and shelter

“Climate-driven flood victims in Pakistan helped each other. Civil society and NGOs also played a very important role by providing food and shelter.” Dr Quratulain Bakhteari, Nobel Peace Prize nominee in 2006 and founding Director of the IDSP, said while addressing the audience of the three days International hybrid conference on Climate Crisis organized by IMAGINE – Institute of Futures Studies at Iqra University.… Continue

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Visa and Daraz collaborate for flood relief initiative

Daraz and Visa have expanded their partnership to support active flood relief efforts for more than 4,000 families from affected communities in Pakistan following the severe flooding which washed away villages and left millions in need of immediate, lifesaving assistance, while being at the risk of infections and drowning.  … Continue

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United States to support flood-affected Pakistani farmers

U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome announced today that the United States, in partnership with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), delivered $8 million of assistance to Pakistani farmers affected by the devastating 2022 floods.  This effort is part of the $97 million of U.S.… Continue

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Standard Chartered donates USD 249,000 for flood relief

Standard Chartered has donated a total of USD 249,000 towards emergency relief and rehabilitation of communities impacted by the recent floods that have caused large-scale devastation all over Pakistan. The selected partners are The Citizens Foundation and Orange Tree Foundation for immediate relief and British Asian Trust for rehabilitation.… Continue

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Tetra Pak donates PKR 22 million to PRCS for flood victims

Tetra Pak Pakistan has also stepped forward to donate a generous sum of PKR 22 million to support the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in response to their emergency appeal to maximize flood relief efforts across the country to tackle the alarming situation.… Continue

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Khushhali Microfinance Bank continues to support the flood-affectees

Khushhali Microfinance Bank Limited is a leading financial institution in Pakistan, which has achieved operational excellence over the years while contributing generously towards the country’s socio-economic development. Responding to the devastating floods in Pakistan this year, Khushhali Microfinance Bank has launched another resourceful initiative to provide relief for the large number of families, who need food, shelter, and rehabilitation after this catastrophe.… Continue

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Jazz partners with NFRCC to develop Seed Distribution App for farmers affected by floods

Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital operator and the largest internet and broadband service provider, collaborated with National Flood Relief Coordination Centre (NFRCC), to develop an App for Seed Distribution for the farmers affected by floods, as part of its commitment to provide technological support to the government for flood response and relief.… Continue

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U.S. Ambassador announces $30 million in additional flood assistance while visiting Sindh Province

U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome announced today an additional $30 million in humanitarian assistance to support flood-affected populations in Pakistan. This new funding brings the United States total assistance to Pakistan for flood response, food security, and disaster preparedness and capacity building efforts to $97 million this year.… Continue

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International Rescue Committee aims to assist 1.5 million flood affected people

As the national coordinated efforts for provision of relief and subsequent rehabilitation of flood-affected people have been accelerated at all levels, there still needs much to protect flood victims from water borne diseases and ensure their rehabilitation. The International Rescue Committee (IRC) was the first among other international organizations who had launched an emergency response in early July.… Continue

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ATLAS COPCO to provide medical assistance in the affected areas

Atlas Copco, world’s leading provider of productivity solutions, has teamed up with ‘Transparent Hands’ to provide medical assistance in the flood affected areas, to play its part in rebuilding efforts as a good corporate citizen of Pakistan. It will be providing the preventive healthcare assistance and clean drinking water to the families present in the relief camps.… Continue

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SICPA Pakistan and Rotary Club of Karachi to provide Flood Relief

SICPA Pakistan announced that it has partnered with the Rotary Club of Karachi Metropolitan for several initiatives under the club’s massive flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

The Rotary Club has been collaborating with Sahil Welfare Association (SWA). SWA is a Non-Profit Organization and a Joint Venture of Pakistan Navy, Bahria Foundation and Civil Society and is engaged in philanthropic, rescue & relief operations in the flood-hit areas of Pakistan.… Continue

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PTCL Group, Akhuwat deliver food packages to flood-affected communities in Balochistan

PTCL Group in collaboration with Akhuwat Foundation has delivered food packages to flood-affected communities in Balochistan that have been facing food shortages in the wake of recent monsoon floods.

The food assistance initiative is part of PTCL Group’s PKR 1.75 billion pledge towards relief and rehabilitation of the devastated communities across the country.… Continue

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Metro donates essential food Items for affectees

METRO Pakistan, supported by its parent company METRO AG, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) for delivering essential food supplies worth PKR 11 million to flood affectees. The MoU was signed by the Director Corporate Affairs Mr.… Continue

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The London Marathon to arrange fund for TCF flood relief

Nine Pakistani athletes participated in the London Marathon to fundraise for The Citizens Foundation (TCF) Flood Relief Appeal. A large number of London Marathon runners raise money and awareness for a particular charity each year. The nine runners that backed the TCF Flood Relief Appeal include Adnan Gandhi, Kaukab Sarwar, HiraDiwan, Muhammad Affan, Nadir Shera, Shanzé Shah, Fahd Mukhtar, Salman Khan, and Ahmed Mustafa Khan.… Continue

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Jazz employees contribute in flood relief efforts

“Muhammad Abdus Shakoor, President Alkhidmat Foundation, receives a PKR 10 million cheque from Aamir Ibrahim, CEO of Jazz, as a humble contribution from Jazz employees through the organisation’s matching grant initiative. This initiative is part of the PKR 1 billion pledge made by Jazz towards flood relief efforts.”… Continue

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Free Fire community donates 25,000 kg rice to flood victims in Pakistan.

The gaming community of Free Fire, one of the most popular mobile games in Pakistan, has pledged to donate 25000 Kg of rice as humanitarian assistance to support the people affected by the unprecedented floods in Pakistan. According to preliminary estimates, 65% of Pakistan’s main food crops including 70% of its rice have been swept away during the floods.… Continue

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Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi to hold an art exhibition to help flood victims

Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi organized a press conference to help flood victims in Haseena Moin Hall in which President Arts Council Muhammad Ahmad Shah, Vice President Munawar Saeed, Secretary Arts Council Ijaz Ahmad Farooqui, Principal ACIAC Shahid Painter and artist Muhammad Zeeshan gave a briefing.… Continue

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Entrepreneurs’ Organisation Karachi pledges its support to flood relief in Pakistan

The EO Karachi board announced to pledge donations for the rehabilitation of flood affected victims of Pakistan since July. The board led by example collecting approx PKR 4 million where the chapter pledges were around PKR 4.5 Million. Thousands of towns and villages have been destroyed due to the torrential floods with entire villages being washed away.… Continue

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Pfizer Foundation donates over PKR33 million to support flood victims in Pakistan

Pfizer Foundation, charity arm of the world’s leading biopharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc, today announced that it is donating PKR 33 million towards flood relief efforts in Pakistan. The funds will be disbursed to the UN World Food Programme (WFP) supporting the relief efforts by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) across Pakistan.… Continue

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DP World donates $2.5 million for Pakistan flood relief

DP World Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem visited Pakistan last week, where he pledged logistics support and donated $2.5 million to help people in the south of the country following the recent devastating floods. After visiting flood-affected areas, the Chairman met with Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa.… Continue

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Friends Welfare Trust initiate relief operations in Sindh

Friends Welfare Trust in collaboration with Kuwait’s Government is carrying out humanitarian aid and relief operations in Saeedabad, the city of Sindh, for thousands of people affected by the floods. The Trust has set up a medical camp for the treatment of flood victims providing medical aid to elders, children, and women who are suffering from various infectious diseases including fever, malaria, diarrhea, gastro, skin allergies, etc.… Continue

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100,000+ flood-affected children treated in emergency rooms of Sindh government hospitals

More than 100,000 children have been treated free of cost at the children’s Emergency Rooms (ERs) of government teaching hospitals in flood-hit locations. The ERs have remained operational 24/7 despite torrential rains and flooding in calamity-hit districts of Sindh. They provide quality emergency medical care as well as dispense life-saving medicines to flood-affected children.… Continue

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AAA Associates expands measures to help flood victims across Pakistan

The recent monsoon floods in Pakistan have run havoc in the country. Thousands of people have lost their lives and millions have lost their homes and livelihood. The federal government has calculated a loss of at least $10 billion as a result of weeks of heavy rainfall and subsequent floods, with Sindh and Baluchistan, in particular, incurring damages of more than $2 billion (Rs500 billion approx.)… Continue

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Beaconhouse Group donates Rs 15 million for Flood Relief

Beaconhouse, Pakistan’s largest network of private educational institutions has made a Rs 15 million donation through its charitable wing, Mahmud Ali Kasuri (MAK) Welfare Trust, to assist flood affected families by aiding relief and reconstruction work in the worst-hit areas of Pakistan.… Continue

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ATC Holdings & National Foods attribute PKR 60+ million for flood relief

 ATC Holdings & its subsidiary National Foods Limited have always been at the forefront of community development. With the national catastrophic floods engulfing one third of Pakistan, the Boards of both companies have approved a sum of PKR 55 million to begin flood relief immediately.… Continue

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