Pakistan has been hit by devastating floods after heavy monsoon rains, which have been going on since early June 2022.

Earlier this year Pakistan battled scorching heatwaves, now the floods have killed over 1,700 people, with more than 33 million people affected. Around a third of the country has been flooded, in 110 out of 130 districts of Pakistan), with 90 districts that are worst affected.

How we're helping

We have launched the flood response with the help of our local partners in Badin (Sindh), Rajanpur (Punjab) and Swat (Khyber Pukhtunkhwa) Districts and will focus on:

  • the disinfection of drinking water sources
  • the provision of hygiene kits
  • construction of temporary toilets in schools and camps

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people lack access to clean water close to home.

Image: WaterAid/ Arshad Ali

67 million

people lack decent toilets.

Image: WaterAid/ Sibtain Haider


of the population lack a handwashing facility with soap and water.

Image: WaterAid/ Asad Zaidi

Since 2006

WaterAid in Pakistan have remained focused on tackling issues of water, sanitation and hygiene that affect people's everyday lives.

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Clean water, proper sanitation and good hygiene help everyone around the world live happy and healthy lives.


Let's make this normal for everyone, everywhere, always.