Emergency Flood Appeal

Help Us To Help The Victims Of Flood

Over 33 million people have been displaced as a result of Pakistan’s torrential monsoon rains, which also left over 1600 people dead, 220,000 homes demolished, and 2.1 million severely damaged. In Pakistan, the floods have also destroyed crops and cattle, inundated agricultural land, and poisoned important water sources. Flood victims in Pakistan are currently in dire need of emergency assistance to survive.

The floods has been deemed a national calamity by the government of Pakistan. Families in need are now living in tents on the sides of the roadways after hundreds of thousands of homes were destroyed by the floodwaters. All of the victims’ personal goods have been lost, and they have little to no money to buy food or drink. And others who do no longer possess the means to prepare food.

Our teams are on the ground right now in the worst-hit areas including Baluchistan, Sindh and South Punjab responding to the crisis.


The water accumulated following the floods is creating breathing ground for mosquito related diseases.
Sakhawat Trust is currently on ground in Dera Ismail Khan villages holding medical camps providing medical check ups and medicines to children with skin diseases. The camps are predominantly visited by children and women. We also distribute mosquito nets to the patients attending the camps as well as fresh food.

Promote Recycling

A Climate Care Trust

The trust has started a unique initiative to collect pre-loved cloths that can be re-used. Our first convoy is ready to embark on its voyage to Pakistan where millions of people affected by the recent floods will benefit in the winter months. We have so far collected more than 4 tones of winter cloths, blankets, shoes etc. We are to continue with this project with the view to help the UK in reaching its climate change targets, and reach thousands stranded in the floods. The first shipment is estimated to reach 3000 people, providing them with winter cloths and a month’s food supplies