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Deadly flash floods and landslides hit Pakistan

Heavy rain, flash floods claim lives, damage houses across the country; more inclement weather expected this week. 19 children and nine women are among those who lost their lives in different rain-related incidents in areas ranging from the north to the south of the country. Rain also damaged about 1000 homes and caused a breach in a flooded main canal, inundating villages in Sindh province.

And the worst floods to hit the region in 80 years could get worse, as it is only midway through monsoon season.

Our teams are currently on the ground ready to help the communities that will suffer the most from this disaster and are supporting them as and when they need it.

AMWT is experienced and equipped to respond to these emergencies. Our rapid response team with the support of our local networks provide relief, medicines and food to those who are affected.

During 2014 Pakistan flooding, we provided:

  • 78 relief camps in different cities
  • Over 140,000 flood victims were accommodated
  • Over 200,000 first aid and hygiene kits were distributed
  • Over 250,000 people benefited from our free food, medicine and safe drinking water
  • Special care centres set-up for children and elderly people

We need your generous donations to help those in need as a result of the recent flooding. Donate today with Al Mustafa Welfare Trust.


In September 2014, the Kashmir region suffered disastrous floods across many of its districts caused by torrential rainfall. The AMWT team was on the ground to assist the local community in need:

90 killed in three days of monsoon rain across Pakistan

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