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Flood Donations For Pakistan September 2014 Flood Victims - What "VU Students" Can Do For Flood Victims? We can do too much! Really..

Published on 07 Sep 2014 at reliefweb . Download PDF (1005.17 KB)preview

More than 200 people have died since 3rd September in Pakistan due to torrential monsoon rains and thousands of houses being damaged after authorities put at least four districts on red alert for severe floods.


Most of the deaths were caused by roof collapses, electric shocks and landslides in Punjab and Azad Kashmir.

The death toll in Punjab has risen to at least 55 with some 235 people injured to torrential rains, according rescue services. The water had receded in many areas of the provincial capital Lahore and districts, but the situation was unstable in four districts, namely Jhelum, Sialkot, Nankana Sahib and Narowal.

More than 48 people have died and 87 injured so far in Azad Kashmir. According to reports, the landslide has damaged at least 4,000 homes houses in Kashmir with more than half of them being destroyed.

Pakistan has suffered deadly monsoons floods for the past four years – in 2013, around 1.5 million were affected by flooding around the country.

There was also flooding along the major Chenab and Jhelum rivers while drainage streams, especially in the cities of Gujranwala and Rawalpindi.

Donate towards Emergency Aid

We are appealing for cash donations to help support victims affected by the recent heavy monsoon rain in Pakistan. Your kind support will help us provide basic emergency aid; food, clean water, medicine and temporary shelter for those whose houses have been damaged.

May Allah reward all of you to serve humanity....

Account Detail:

Account number: 32168-5

Saving Account

Title: Muhammad Tariq Malik

Bank: National Bank of Pakistan, Aslam Market The Mall Wah Cantt Branch: Wah Cantt

Branch Code: 0415 


We can provide you other account details Which you feel easy way.

The above account detail for those inside Pakistan. For those donating from outside, we advise to pool the donations with one single person and then transfer in bulk. This will reduce transfer charges.


PayPal ID:

For any information required, you can contact at +92321-5628677.


Tariq Malik



Update @ 10:45 PM Date:08-09-2014

Is waqat VISRTUL UNIVERSITY k students ke tatahid almost 50,000 hay agar hum main say har aik student apnay bhaion ke madad k lia sirf Rs.100 donate kary tu ( 50,000* 100 = 5000000) 50 lakh rupay donation jama ho saktee hay ….Mushkil ke is gharee main apnay hum watnoon ka sathe daytay hain


yad rakhye !!! kal ko ye museebat hum per …. hmaree pyaroon per bhee aa saktee hay !!!!

Aye khud bhee hissa laytay hain aur dosroon kobhee iss ke dawat daytee hain....just Rs.100.
All of students are requested to please collect the donations from your campus as soon as possible and send us at above mentioned account or any other way..

This post is to request you to donate more and more money to the cause..


Update @ 11:00 PM Date:08-09-2014

Note: When you have sent the donations in our above mentioned accounts. Then please add comments here about your donations that you have donated.


Update @11:55 PM Date:08-09-2014

We were contributed for same cause in Pakistan Flood 2010 & serve the humanity.


03-09-2010 :

08-09-2010 :

Nowshera Flood Donations Pictures Date: 08-09-2010

May Allah reward all of us to serve humanity.... Ameen

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We were contributed for same cause in Pakistan Flood 2010 & serve the humanity.


03-09-2010 :

08-09-2010 :

Nowshera Flood Donations Pictures Date: 08-09-2010

May Allah reward all of us to serve humanity.... Ameen

Great excellent initiative..

Gr8 effort I would INSHALLAH participate. 

Me also appreciate you for taking the initiative of this great step for flood effected peoples.

Pakistan: Floods 2014 Overview - as of 9 Sep 2014


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United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Publication Date: 
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Local Themes: 
Floods 2014

Ingenuous Soul  May Allah reward of u to serve humanity.... Ameen

Flood updates: High flood peak in Chenab River poses threat to South Punjab towns

This photograph taken from an army helicopter shows an aerial view of residents at their houses surrounded by floodwaters in the flooded area of Peer Kot in Jhang on September 11, 2014. PHOTO: AFP

As floods continue to wreak havoc in Punjab, thousands of troops, police and other emergency personnel have been deployed to deliver drinking water, blankets and other relief supplies using helicopters and boats.

At least 257 people have been killed so far while 461 others have been injured.

Get all the updates of the ongoing floods here.

A man wades through flooded field in Chiniot. PHOTO: REUTERS

People wade through floodwaters at Pindi Bhatian, some 105 kilometers northeast of Lahore in Punjab province on September 9, 2014. PHOTO: AFP

Aarmy chief Raheel Sharif addresses internally displaced civilians during a ceremony to mark the Defence Day in Bannu, near the North Waziristan border, on September 6, 2014. PHOTO: AFP


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