The devastation caused by the current monsoon floods in Pakistan is still ongoing. Sindh, Balochistan, and South Punjab have been severely affected, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan have also faced massive losses. According to data from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), 33 million individuals from 81 districts have been affected.
This year has been like no other. We’ve carried out a record-breaking number of relief activities that revolve around disaster management, rehabilitation, healthcare, orphanages, education, and clean water. Together, we’ve played a vital role in strengthening communities and facilitating civic engagement. With the intention of saving precious lives and lending a helping hand, we’ve spent enormous funds on the welfare of people across the borders. The generosity of our donors, fundholders, and partners has surpassed our expectations and given us the opportunity to extend our humanitarian services to those in need. As a mission-driven organization, Alkhidmat Foundation holds particular accountability to lead by example in equity and inclusion. I believe we have succeeded in both.