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List of Flood Relief Organizations

Pakistan Floods: How You Can Help in the Relief Efforts

Pakistan is suffering from the worst flood disaster in living memory. The affected areas are in dire need of help. Please contribute in any way you can. We have compiled a comprehensive list of reputable national and international charities that are actively involved in providing relief in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh and other affected areas in Pakistan. We have made an effort to list only non-political organizations, and have included a short description of each organization and its work and focus.

The following Pakistan-based and international organizations are currently involved in providing relief to the flood victims in Pakistan. For more details, and for donating, click on the name of the organization to go to their specific page dedicated to Pakistan flood relief.

We will update this list as and when we find other reputable organizations. If you have additional information, or are involved in relief works in the disaster area, please contact Our Desi World.

Organizations and Charities Seeking Flood Relief Donations

Pakistan

Edhi Foundation

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Flood

Edhi Foundation is the trusted and award-winning relief and volunteer works organization of Pakistan, which is also active internationally. Edhi Foundation has one of the largest private ambulance service networks in the world. The Foundation provided invaluable services during the earthquake in 2005 and is currently involved in flood relief work in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Sindh.

Pakistan Red Crescent Society

Pakistan Red Crescent Society is a reputable non-governmental humanitarian organization with a mission to provide relief to communities in distress without discrimination of nationality, race, religious belief, class, or political opinion. The Society provides relief during and after crises as well as auxiliary health and welfare services.

Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN)

The Rural Support Programmes Network (RSPN) is the largest national, non-government network of rural development programs in Pakistan, called Rural Support Programmes or RSPs. Their mission is to mobilize rural communities on a self help basis to undertake activities in areas of relief and rehabilitation, community built infrastructure, community financing (micro credit and health insurance), building employable skills, agriculture, livestock, small enterprise and other sectors.

Give A Home

A relief project initiated by leading community organizers in Pakistan. 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.

International

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Pakistan Flood Disaster Victims

UNHCR is an agency of the United Nations that provides basic care and necessities like shelter, water and emergency supplies for internally and internationally displaced persons.

USA

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is working with its partners in the global Red Cross and Red Crescent network, including the Pakistan Red Crescent Society, to assist those affected by the Pakistan flood disaster. Your gift to the American Red Cross will support emergency relief efforts to help those affected by this disaster. Assistance provided by the American Red Cross may include sending relief supplies, mobilizing relief workers and providing financial resources. On those rare occasions when donations exceed American Red Cross expenses for a specific disaster, contributions are used to prepare for and serve victims of other disasters.

International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps is a humanitarian, nonsectarian, global organization of volunteer doctors and nurses dedicated to saving lives and providing relief through healthcare training and development programs. International Medical Corps has worked in Pakistan since 1984. Today, International Medical Corps provides primary health care services to internally-displaced Pakistanis in the frontier areas, offers comprehensive basic health services to Afghan refugees who remain on the Pakistani side of the border, operates an emergency obstetrics care center in the city of Peshawar and runs water and sanitation facilities in the tribal areas for internally displaced Pakistanis and Afghan refugees.

International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee was founded at the request of Albert Einstein to respond to humanitarian crises anywhere in the world, and save and rehabilitate victims of war or disaster. The International Rescue Committee is responding to the devastation caused by severe monsoon season rains and extensive flash flooding throughout Pakistan. With a robust network of local staff and partners already on the ground, and 30 years of experience working in Pakistan, the IRC is well-positioned to provide shelter, clean water, sanitation, and essential supplies to those who have fled the rising waters.

United States Fund for UNICEF

Working in over 150 countries, UNICEF provides children with health care, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more. The U.S. Fund for UNICEF supports UNICEF's humanitarian relief work through fundraising, advocacy, and education in the United States. More than 8.5 million children have been left vulnerable by the unprecedented flooding in Pakistan. Homes, schools and crops are destroyed as 1/5 of the country has been inundated. UNICEF is providing clean water, immunizations and therapeutic food to stave off malnutrition, but there are millions of women and children still in need. Help the United States Fund for UNICEF to provide urgently needed hygiene kits, vaccinations for children under 5, ORS salts, and support for 1 million school children. Funds raised in excess of needs for the present flooding crisis in Pakistan will be used for emergency relief efforts elsewhere.

Save the Children

Save the Children is a leading organization dedicated to ensuring the physical and emotional well being of children in the United States and around the world, with programs focused on enabling safety, education, health and nourishment for vulnerable children. Save the Children, which has worked in Pakistan for more than 25 years, is mobilizing supplies and personnel to begin providing emergency assistance to the families who have been affected by the unusually heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan, and is preparing to distribute plastic sheeting for shelters and other household supplies and hygiene kits to 1,000 families in the next 48 hours.  At the request of the Pakistan Health Department and the World Health Organization, the agency has also deployed mobile health teams and ambulances to provide emergency medical treatment in the worst affected areas.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent federal government agency that provides economic, development and humanitarian assistance around the world in support of the foreign policy goals of the United States. USAID continues around-the-clock efforts to support Pakistanis affected by the epic flooding in the country's south and west. The Administrator of USAID announced the U.S. is providing $50 million to assist the people of Pakistan in the aftermath of the country's flood disaster. The $50 million will be provided for early recovery efforts from funds provided by Congress, and will support early recovery programs, such as rehabilitation of community infrastructure and livelihood recovery activities. People in the United States who wish to contribute to the effort are asked to text the word "FLOOD" to 27722. Each text will donate $10 to the Pakistan Relief Fund established by the State Department, helping to provide emergency aid to displaced families.

Islamic Relief USA

Islamic Relief is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to around the world to alleviate poverty, suffering, hunger and illiteracy, irrespective of color, race or creed, by collaborating and cooperating with local organizations to maintain cultural sensitivity to customs and traditions of the regions they serve. Islamic Relief USA is also involved in relief work in Haiti.

Helping Hand for Relief and Development

Helping Hand for Relief And Development is an Islamic global humanitarian relief and development organization responding to human sufferings in emergency and disastrous situations anywhere all over the world regardless race, gender, ethnicity, class, location, religion, color, cultural diversity and social background; with special focus in countries where the massive population living below the poverty line like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Kenya, Sudan and many others.

World Vision

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. World Vision has mobilized an emergency response in Pakistan, and plans to remain on the ground to help children and families rebuild their communities and restore their hope in the months and years to come.

UK

British Red Cross

The British Red Cross is working with the Pakistan Red Crescent Society and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement for providing flood relief in Pakistan. The Pakistan Red Crescent Society has been helping survivors since the flooding began by delivering food, health services, shelter and relief items (including hygiene kits and cooking equipment). The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement has reached around 300,000 people since the floods hit and in the coming months plans to distribute relief items to around 2.1 million people. The British Red Cross urgently needs your help to support the relief effort. In the event that the British Red Cross raises more money than can be reasonably and efficiently spent, any surplus funds will be used to help us prepare for and respond to other humanitarian disasters either overseas or in the UK.

Oxfam

Oxfam International is a confederation of 14 organisations working with over 3,000 partners in around 100 countries to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. Oxfam has responded to the flood emergency in Pakistan and is currently delivering clean water to almost 100,000 people. In total, Oxfam aims to reach around 600,000 people with clean water, sanitation kits and hygiene supplies, and is planning to distribute cooked food as well as running cash-for-work programs.

Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)

The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) is an umbrella organisation which represents 13 leading UK aid agencies. Its members are: ActionAid, British Red Cross, CAFOD, CARE International UK, Christian Aid, Concern, Help the Aged, Islamic Relief, Merlin, Oxfam, Save the Children, Tearfund and World Vision. DEC is broadcasting a series of TV and radio appeals in Britain asking for donations after the severe floods in Pakistan.

Muslim Hands

Muslim Hands is a UK-registered charity working internationally in over forty countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. Muslim Hands is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

Abaseen Foundation

The Abaseen Foundation is a UK-based humanitarian organization working to develop healthcare, education and provide humanitarian relief in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (former North West Frontier Province).

Canada

World Vision Canada

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. World Vision has mobilized an emergency response in Pakistan, and plans to remain on the ground to help children and families rebuild their communities and restore their hope in the months and years to come.

Republic of Ireland

Concern Worldwide

Concern Worldwide works with the poorest people in the poorest countries of the world to enable them to transform their lives. Concern emergency teams are responding to the flood havoc in Pakistan.

Trócaire

Trócaire is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland. Trócaire adopts a partnership approach and works through global Catholic networks and with local partners on the ground.

 

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#16 Ather Bukhari 2012-09-14 01:58
Respected All INGOs&NGOs working in Pakistan
I am a President of Jinnah Welfare Society JAMPUR District Rajanpur Pakistan. We are already working and helping of poor and needy flood affected peoples in Tehsil Jampur District Rajanpur. Now there is again flood water in jampur.We are requested the all Donors and INGOs and NGOs working in Pakistan. Please help athe needy and floode affected families in Tehsil Jampur. We can provide all security and offices for all NGos. Please contact : 092 0333-5553220-0312-6452656
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#14 Farooq Ahmad 2012-07-03 02:30
ODPP Organization Development Project Plan .would like Apart of UNICEF . ODPP done good mobile Health unit in punjab and kpk in 2010 and 2011 in punjab and kpk and sindh,for further details please contact us Also you can find us on IOM hAND bOOK 2010

Best Regard
Executive Director
Farooq Ahhmad
+92-300-9563143
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#13 maaz 2011-12-12 09:14
hello every one,

if some one please help me and provide the list of demanding medicines for flooded areas in pakistan. i will be very thenkful to you....
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#12 Smart Trade Global 2011-09-15 08:21
For the flood affected areas, we are in a position to supply large quantities of the following goods at very reasonable prices, in convenient packing, on top urgent basis:

• Wheat flour
• Rice
• Salt
• Tea
• Sugar
• Dry milk
• Mineral water
• Match sticks
• Candle
• Mosquito repellent coil
• Skin repellent liquid
• Water purification tablets

In order to undertake a relief project, you may contact us and we will provide you complete services right after your order placement; from procurement till goods delivery to the agreed destination.

If you are in Pakistan, you may take the goods from us in Karachi and distribute it in which ever region you choose. If you are outside Pakistan, we can make arrangements for safe and guaranteed delivery to the deserving people in which ever region you wish.

Come forward and sponsor a project now.
Write to us and visit our website.
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#11 Isaac Francis 2011-09-14 13:28
I WAS ALREADY WORKING THE PEOPLE WHO WERE AFFECTED BY THE FLOOD. WE HAVE PROVIDED THEM HUTS WITH THE COLABORATION OF SOME NGOS. NOW THERE IS AGAIN FLOOD AND WE ARE SHORAGE OF FUNDS KINDLY LET US KNOW SO WE CAN HELP THESE NEEDY PEOPLE.

MAY GOD BLESS U.

MY CELL NUMBER: 0092-321-3693716
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#10 issacsamuel14 2011-06-15 09:16
Gd evening to all my friends.sir we are a new born organization the Lamp Pakistan.Currently we are working on a shelter project funded by Echo IOM in the Northern Sindh in 2 UC's i-e (Bachro & Ranjapur)of district Jacobabad.Sir we want to work on a project for the Early Recovery of Children & Womens Health and Education centres in these 2 targeted UC's for the betterment and development of these flood affected UC's.is there any agency and organization want to help and donate us for this work.

Best Regards,

Issac Samuel,

Programme Support Officer,

Lamp Org Sindh Pakistan,

Contact No. +92-313-8966992

E-mail Address:
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#9 Mir Ali Bozdar 2011-03-20 05:17
Thanks for sharing these information’s, but now i want to make a proposal writing for our organization , so if someone knows about the donors link where i send proposal writing for getting donation for FRDP organization, thanks to all of you ...!
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#8 Mahmood Ahmad 2011-01-04 11:40
I must appriaciate good efforts of all INGOs,NGOs and CBOs for relief activities during flood. Pakistan Kissan Trust is also one of them. Now in rehabilitation phase we requesting to all suport and donor organization please join hand with PKT to rehabilitate poor farmers assets of livelihood of Rangpur, Muzaffargarh and jampur, Rajanpur. We believe that you will trust on PKT. Mahmood-Pakistan Kissan Trust
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#7 Mahmood Ahmad 2011-01-04 11:29
On behalf of Pakistan Kissan Trust (PKT), I would appriciate all NGOs,INGOs and local CBOs efforts during flood for relief activities.PKT is also did small efforts with thier limited resources. Now in rehabilitation phase we must rehabilitate poor farmers assets to save thier livelihood means. I request all support and donor organizations to please support us to rehabilitate livelihood sources of poor farmers in flood affected districts especially for Rungpur, Muzaffar Garh and Jampur, rajanpur. I beliebe that you will join hands with PKT. Mahmood Ahmad-PKT
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#6 M. Wajid 2010-10-16 10:55
Dear Sir

We are whole seller in garments. We sale very good quality garments for 3 year to 42" in 3 articles. Our material is made from well reputed factories. I am sending you some picture for winter season garments. Color and Quality are guaranteed. Our prices are very low for flood victims. if you have any requirement contact us.

I hope we will meet your requirement with very low price.

Looking for your response.
M. Wajid
Wajid sons
110-A Lytton Road Lahore. Pakistan
Tel: 92-42-37234319-20
Mob: 03218429205
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#5 asghar shad 2010-09-14 15:18
i suggest that REALITY WELFARE ORG gawalmandi rawalpindi should calld for relief activites in flood area because they have very good and energetic volintiers.they have wast experience in health sector.they are working in kpk now a days.they already served in earthquick in 2005 in azad kashmir.they have many many achivements on there cradit in past.its class 1 ngo in pakistan.shad
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#4 Ilyas R. Nasih 2010-08-29 11:10
Greetings from HUNGRY CHILDREN ASSOCIATION(HCA ) Chowk Azam Layyah Punjab-Pakistan. I hope you and your family will be fine and your/Team. My sisters in these our poor christian and muslim people FLOOD VICTIMS are in hard time and suffring by FLOOD,so HCA need your great cooperation for them. HCA want to provide them FOODSTUFF,CLOTH ES,TENTS for their basic need. HCA is a non profitable and charitable organization and registred in Distt:Layyah. Registration No:015
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#3 Asif Robin 2010-08-25 03:10
We all friends are trying to people our NATION/PEOPLE. We can provide FREE MEDICAL CAMP in the flood affected areas with the medical team and medicine. Anyone can inform about the areas in Southern/Northern Punjab. Or anyone can call for free mdical servies and medicine. Looking forward,

Asif Robin (Mobile # 03009613539
Dr. Tariq Pervaz (MBBS) Mobile # 03006139611
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#2 admin 2010-08-10 10:11
Leetu,
Thanks for the information, we will add your suggested websites to the list. We are collecting and presenting these links in one place for your convenience. Most of these organizations accept online donations. Clicking on the name of an organization will take you to their donation pages.
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#1 Leetu 2010-08-10 09:57
I find websites allowing online donation links more useful. Try 'Concern Worldwide' and 'British Red Cross' websites and Facebook pages..
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