Cholistan is facing the worst recorded drought in recent years as many parts of the…
The damage and destruction toll from more than six weeks of torrential monsoon rains and flash flooding across Pakistan is mounting, with 982 people losing their lives, 682,139 plus houses have been fully/partially submerged in water, nearly 3,162 kilometers of roads and 149 bridges have been damaged while countless displaced families, women, and children are living under the open sky.
Alhamdulillah with your support from day one, Ummah Welfare Trust (Pak) disaster response team is on the ground all across flood-affected areas in Pakistan and has been rescuing people’s lives and livelihood, providing relief assistance including cooked food, medical aid, tents, food packages, and other non-food essential items.
Countless families, women, and children are left with nothing but hope and are in desperate need of cooked food, dry ration packs, tents, and medical aid. Donate now and help Ummah Welfare Trust (Pak) to save thousands of precious lives.