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Pakistan Flood Relief

Desperation is threatening Human Dignity help IMI make a difference

Due to extreme torrential rains and catastrophic flash flood, Pakistan is currently experiencing its worst humanitarian crisis in ten years. One-third of Pakistan is now underwater as a result of the largest flooding in the nation’s 73-year history, with some areas resembling “a small ocean.” Over 4.2 million people have been affected by the floods; nearly 1,400 people, including 458 children, have died, more than 1,600 have been injured, and 500,000 have been forced to flee their homes. Since mid-June, the flooding has destroyed 130 bridges, 3,000 kilometers of roads, and more than 1 million homes. Authorities caution that it could take up to six months for the flood waters to recede. 

Critical infrastructure being destroyed has severely restricted access for citizens and government workers trying to reach affected populations. The disaster worsens already-existing climate, economic, and public health crises, disproportionately affecting women, girls, and other vulnerable populations. The international community must cooperate with local actors and the government of Pakistan to address immediate needs while supporting longer-term prevention and rehabilitation efforts because more than 6.4 million people are in “dire need” of humanitarian aid. 

Over 6 million people are in urgent need of humanitarian aid as a result of the floods, which the UN Secretary-General has called a “climate catastrophe.” Rescuers are having difficulty removing thousands of stranded people from the affected areas of Pakistan, which has become inaccessible in many places. The worst-affected provinces are Sindh and Baluchistan. In response, Imamia medic international is delivering crucial humanitarian aid. donate to save lives. 

Our emergency teams are already on the ground and helping the affected families in the neighborhood. Through interventions such as the distribution of hygiene kits, tents, food packs, kitchen utensils, and cash grants, we are offering a lifeline so families can meet their most pressing needs. In order to prevent vulnerable individuals from continuing to experience the terrifying effects of flash floods, IMI is also focused on assisting communities in recovering from the disaster as quickly as possible. 

In order to prevent the most vulnerable individuals from continuing to experience the terrifying effects of flash floods, we are also committed to assisting communities in recovering from the disaster as quickly as we can. Families in distress require IMI’s help and support now more than ever as the situation gets worse. Please help us with this urgent situation as More rain is predicted, which means the situation is likely to get worse. As a result, we urgently need to act to meet the ongoing and urgent needs of those who have been impacted. Pakistan has a long way to go toward recovering from the current crisis and preparing for future disasters and with your help, we can make it possible.

Support the Imamia Medic International Pakistan Floods Relief. Donate now.

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