p style=”text-align: left;”>LATEST UPDATE IN THE FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS:

Minhaj Welfare Foundation has assisted 6900 families in over 35 cities and towns from the North of Pakistan extending to the  Southern area of Balochistan since the flood hit Pakistan 28 days ago.

MWF UK & Europe had a great insight to the relief activities in Nowshera, Rujhaan, Rajan Pur, Taragh Sharif, Kot Mithan, Karor Lal Esan, Isa Khail, Sakar, Larkana, Kotla Naseer, Layah, Muzaffar Ghar, Bhakkar, Basree and Tonsa Sharif in 9 day visit of various relief camps.

Already 5 caror rupees has been dispersed for Emergency efforts to assist the 20 million people or so affected by the relief efforts. There has been great support from local NGOs who are working alongside MWF in the relief camps.

Relief Camps

Nowshera: There are 67 tents which have at least 500 people; there is intention to extend the number to 100 tents and eventually the number of people to increase to 1000.

Larkana: There are 20 tents which have at least 250 people.

Akora Khatak: There are 300 people are living tents.

More Relief Camps: MWF has initiated emergency efforts in Swat, Char Saddah and Swabi (The Khyber Pakhtun area is coordinated by a sister who has had 12 years of experience working with UNICEF, she is now assisting MWF)

Registration of people in relief camps is ongoing for those affected in various areas of Pakistan, ensuring that those who are deserved of help rightfully receive it.  Food and medical rations are provided to people within relief camps, trained medical staffs are giving their time free of cost.

Basic essentials of tents, clean water, food, medical facilities and clothing are provided daily to the thousands of people in various relief camps with the help of 10,000 volunteers.

Locally based charities and institutes in the UK are also working in conjunction with MWF to ensure food and water is distributed to the deserved people in the relief camps. MWF is grateful to all those that have supported and entrusted in its emergency campaign.


Minhaj Welfare Foundation was amongst the first NGO on the ground to assist their fellow brethrens; we are now launching a special Emergency Campaign to help 20,000 families. As you are aware this figure is not anywhere near the amount affected however we vow to continue to show our help.

Please remember that our donation hotline number is open for 24 hours, 7 days a week and 365 days in a year.

The founder of Minhaj Welfare Foundation, Shaykh ul Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri has officially announced that full support will be directed towards helping the victims of the flood in Pakistan.

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