Heavy rains in the beginning of Monsoon 2017 has put authorities under huge pressure as urban settlements of metropolitan cities are most affected by heavy rains due to poor drainage systems, areas of Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi are affected by heavy rains. There are reports of isolated landslides in Hub, Baluchistan and northern parts of the country as well.

There has been a Dengue epidemics breakout in Peshawar city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The emergency has been declared by provincial authorities currently responding to the needs. There is a panic situation as 3,900 patients including three doctors are diagnosed with Dengue and are under treatment at various hospitals in the province.

GOAL: To restore the lives of flood-affected communities in Pakistan


To meet food, hygiene, NFI and health care needs of 6,300 flood affected households and to increase their preparedness to urban flooding and epidemics.


  1. 1,600 households have access to sufficient food along with knowledge of nutrition;
  2. ,800 households have adequate knowledge and supplies to follow safe hygiene practices and thereby reduce the risks of disease outbreaks;
  3. 3,800 households have access to appropriate Non Food Items including shelter kits and household items;
  4. Health care services are available and accessible to 2,100 vulnerable individuals through 12 mobile medical camps;
  5. 200 community members have an increased understanding of preparing and responding to urban floods and to epidemics


  1. Karachi Diocese: District West and orangi town
  2. Islamabad-Rawalpindi diocese: Dengue affected areas of Peshawar city
  3. Lahore Diocese: Tehsil Pasrur of District Sialkot
  4. Multan Diocese: District Muzaffargarh
  5. Faisalabad Diocese: District Jhang