Annual Report 2022

The Annual Report 2022 provides a comprehensive overview of our impactful work throughout the year, showcasing the positive transformation we’ve brought to the lives of millions facing challenges in Pakistan. It covers our emergency responses, as well as rebuilding and rehabilitation initiatives, providing in-depth details of our work during the 2022 floods of supporting and uplifting the flood-affected communities.

Islamic Relief is helping fight hunger by working with research entities, provincial bodies and the national government to support farmers with seeds that require little water. We also help them to better market their products locally.

The impact of climate change is hitting Pakistan harder than is often realised; heat-waves and floods are occurring more frequently. Islamic Relief ensures that climate is a major consideration in all of our work.

Over the past 25 years, our teams have responded to emergencies across all provinces of Pakistan. We always aim to reach as many people as we can including those in remote regions and isolated communities.

Islamic Relief believes in providing water for life; whether it’s delivering water through trucking during emergencies, or digging boreholes and providing hand
pumps in rural areas, or introducing alternative energy to power water systems.

The loss of the main breadwinner brings tremendous hardships and suffering to orphan children and their mothers. Often, children are forced out of school to work, sometimes at risk to their own safety, at hazardous places. Islamic Relief supports these families with dignity and care in a variety of ways. Our sponsorship programme provides the whole family with the essential necessities, including food, shelter, healthcare and psychological
support.

We work with people and communities to ensure that poor families have enough food for the month of Ramadan. Across the country, we distribute family food packs.

We also distribute fresh meat on the days of Eid. Our aim is to reach the most disadvantaged people, including orphaned children, older people and widowed
women – many of whom only get to eat meat once a year.

Islamic Relief believes in supporting communities so they can help themselves by setting up sustainable businesses, enabling them to earn a dignified living.

Islamic Relief has provided microfinance services to almost 73,211 people in Pakistan, many of whom would otherwise be unable to access life-changing finance.

Unpacking Urban Resilience: TOWARDS A FRAMEWORK FOR BUILDING URBAN RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THATTA AND KARACHI

“Increased Impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources and Livelihood” in the districts Muzaffarabad, Bagh and Haveli, AJK

The Impacts of Climate Catastrophe on Expectant and Lactating Mothers and Infants In Flood Hit Areas of Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

From Aspirations for Climate Action to the Reality of Climate Disasters: An Investigation of Climate Change- Induced Floods and Post-disaster Reconstruction in Pakistan

YOUTH, CLIMATE, & SOCIAL COHESION

Policy Brief for Research: YOUTH, CLIMATE & SOCIAL COHESION

Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment of coastal communities in Sindh and Formulation of Community Adaptation Plan

Policy Brief for Research: Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment of coastal communities in Sindh and Formulation of community Adaptation Plan

Water Quality Status of Natural Springs and Water Supply Sources in City Bagh, AJ&K

The report showcases the pre and post-water quality of the drinking water sites in AJ&K

Climate Induced Migration in Pakistan

A research report from Pakistan highlights the Unfolding Crisis of migration.

Policy Brief

Islamic Relief and Ministry of Climate Change jointly conducted a policy research on the ‘Effective Engagement of Youth for meeting NDC Goals to address Climate Change.

Annual Report 2019

The Annual Report illustrates our work during the year and the impact we have been able to create on the lives of millions living under challenging circumstances across Pakistan. From development efforts to emergency responses, the publication covers all the achievements in detail being made during the year 2019.

COVID-19 – Changing Socio-Economic Landscape In Urban Periphery
A Situation Analysis Report by Islamic Relief Pakistan

A situation analysis conducted by Islamic Relief Pakistan about changing socioeconomic landscape in urban periphery of Rawalpindi and Islamabad due to COVID-19.
The document shares findings about the devastating impact of the pandemic on vulnerable communities and how they are adapting with the new normal.

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