Rebuild a village in Pakistan
Over 33 million people have been displaced due to the floods in Pakistan. Hundreds of thousands of homes have been destroyed. You can contribute to the rebuilding of an entire village by building a full home, half a home or contributing to building half a home.
Rebuild 6 schools
Children in Pakistan have been deprived of their right to education as a result of the destruction caused by the flooding. By building a school you ensure children in affected communities get access to a safe learning environment and are able to learn to their full potential.
Construct a water filtration station
Waterborne illnesses like dysentery and cholera are spreading rapidly in flood-hit areas. The destruction of infrastructure has cut off access to most sources of clean water. By building a water filtration station you can provide access to safe drinking water for an entire community.
Pakistan Flood Stats
Last Updated: November 25, 2022
Read our latest impact report here
- 10 million children in need of aid after floods
- 1/3 of the country is underwater
- Penny Appeal Canada is on the ground responding
Our team is on the ground
Our work so far
Penny Appeal Canada is on the ground responding to the crisis. Our team is providing food packs, hygiene kits, and shelter supplies in all 4 provinces:
- 14,988 food packs have been distributed
- 7500 individuals received cooked meals 4x a day
- 9300 hygiene kits distributed
- 620 families supplied with a tent
Using a multiphase response strategy, in coordination with local partners, Penny Appeal Canada is doing the following:
Immediate Relief (COMPLETED)
Penny Appeal is coordinating the distribution of food packs, hygiene kits, and emergency kits to the affected areas with workers on-ground. Thus far our team has provided:
- 14,988 Food Packs
- 5,000 Hygiene Kits
- 620 Emergency Kits
Donations are going towards the rebuilding of homes for families who have been displaced or lost their homes.
Penny Appeal Canada will be working towards providing income generation resources such as agriculture and trade skills to families in the affected areas.