33 MILLION LIVES AFFECTED BY UNPRECEDENTED FLOODING

Since June, heavy rain has caused unprecedented levels of flooding and has been described as a “monsoon on steroids” and an “unprecedented climate catastrophe” by the United Nations. Extreme flooding has left those affected in need of basic necessities such as shelter, clean water, and health services. The situation on the ground is dire:

• More than 1,508 people have died due to flooding.

• An estimated one million homes have been destroyed or heavily damaged in the area.

• Approximately 600,000 Pakistanis are currently displaced in camps after fleeing their homes.

• Some areas have experienced three to six times higher rainfall.

SAVE LIVES FOLLOWING PAKISTAN’S MONSOON SEASON

Urgent humanitarian aid is being rushed to areas hit hardest by flash floods. Emergency aid kits and tools like household water purification units, hygiene items, solar lights, food, shelter, buckets, kitchen equipment, and more are being delivered to those affected. An emergency plan has been launched by the United Nations to help the most vulnerable in the wake of the disaster.

DONATE TODAY TO HELP MILLIONS DISPLACED IN PAKISTAN

Your help is urgently needed to support Pakistanis facing this crisis. Millions are at risk and in need of water, food, shelter, and other basic necessities. Together, we can help save lives and help those affected get through this disaster. Donate to the Pakistan Flood Relief Fund today.

ABOUT THE PAKISTAN FLOOD RELIEF FUND

Your donation to the Pakistan Flood Relief Fund will support more than five Canadian charities that are providing urgent aid to the hardest hit areas of Pakistan or may help similar or future disasters. You can view the updated list of charities in this Fund here which is regularly updated.

If you represent a registered Canadian charity and would like your charity added to this fund, please fill out this application.

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