Flash flooding from the heavy rains has washed away villages and crops as soldiers and rescue workers evacuated stranded residents to the safety of relief camps and provided food to thousands of displaced Pakistanis.
Flash floods triggered by destructive monsoon rains across much of Pakistan have killed more than 1,000 people and injured and displaced thousands more.
Over a thousand people have been killed and m
ore than 33 million people have been displaced as
destructive monsoon rains continue to wreak havoc in Pakistan.
Muntada Aid is providing cooked food, emergency food packs and clean drinking water to displaced families affected by the floods.
Monthly Emergency Food Pack
Muntada Aid has now started the distribution of monthly food packs in parts of Punjab, where many people affected by the floods are now living in makeshift camps. We are providing these families with monthly food parcels. As malaria is now an added risk in these camps, we are also distributing mosquito nets to families as a part of the Emergency Monthly Food Pack.
Flour (20 KG)
Rice (5 KG)
Oil ( 3 Litres)
Sugar (3 KG)
Different Pulses (3 KGs)
Tea (0.5 KG)
Biscuits (1 Box)
Iodine Salt (0.5 KG)
Fresh Milk (Olpars - 1 Litre)
Dry Chilli Powder (200 GMs)
Mosquito Net ( 1 )