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Concern Worldwide has been working in Pakistan since 2001. Our work there focuses primarily on enhancing livelihoods, improving access to water and sanitation and responding to emergency situations.
Tags: Pakistan, Asia
Many families in Pakistan lost everything due to severe flooding. We're helping them recover.  

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Pakistan.

This is a 2012 evaluation of the response to flooding and conflicted affected populations by Alliance 2015 in Pakistan.

This is an evaluation of the Early Recovery Programme in Pakistan which was launched by the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies' (CBHA) - of which Concern is a member. 


Concern Worldwide is responding to the recent flooding in Pakistan. Many people are in need of help, but funds are low.

A consortium of organisations concerned with climate change in the Bay of Bengal launched a new charter to offset its impact on vulnerable communities.

Widespread flooding in central Pakistan has so far claimed 451 lives and affected five million people. Concern Worldwide is targeting 28,000 of the worst affected people through its emergency response.

The flooding that hit Pakistan in 2010 was one of the world’s worst ever natural disasters and affected over 26 million people. 

Following the Pakistan floods in 2010, six agencies affiliated with the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies launched a programme to help the people affected. 

The aim of this project was to ensure that people affected by the floods in Pakistan have access to goods, services and support allowing for a return to normality.