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Pakistan floods fundraiser

Abu Ibraheem Hussnayn – Pakistan floods fundraiser

Extremely heavy rainfall has led to catastrophic flash flooding across many parts of Pakistan. Hundreds are dead and injured, with thousands more displaced and in need of humanitarian assistance. Now over 30 million people need emergency help.

I’m Working in the Flood Affected Regions of Sindh, Pakistan Right Now, I’m on the ground helping as many people as possible.

I am making a plea to you all, let us help the poor and needy who have been affected by the constant rainfall and floods. This is a huge disaster which no one expected, the flood destroyed homes and people’s livelihoods in various parts of Pakistan.

Right now, people are living through torrential rains nonstop day and night. Some areas are completely submerged underwater. Many people have lost their lives, homes, and belongings. They have turned to the streets with whatever furniture and belongings they could save. Out on the streets is another challenge for them as they search for tents, tarpaulin, plastic or anything to protect themselves from the rain. Then there is hunger, all the wood they used for making fires is wet, they lost their makeshift stoves and most of their foodstuff has perished.

The people of Pakistan need emergency food as they are starving and have nothing to put in their stomachs. They need shelter in the form of tents or tarpaulin to protect themselves and their belongings from the rain. Many children have become sick due to the constant rain and floods and lack of nutritious foods and clean drinking water, diarrhoea has violently spread all over these flood-affected regions of Sindh, and they need medicines and health care. Their clean water sources have been demolished by the floods and rains which are causing dehydration, they urgently need clean drinking water. Their homes have been destroyed; they are living on the side of roads (higher grounds). Children, men, and women are being bitten daily and constantly by mosquitoes they need mosquito nets in huge quantities.

The people of Pakistan need your Help now. The Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “…Whoever relieves a Muslim of distress, Allah will relieve him of distress on the Day of Resurrection.” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari & Muslim)

Please donate now and share this page and information with all your friends and relatives.

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