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Humanitarian Response

Persistently heavy monsoon rains across Pakistan, the most severe in ten years, led to extensive flooding and landslides from June to August 2022. These sudden floods resulted in the tragic loss of over 1,700 lives, the destruction of 2.9 million residences, and left a staggering 20.6 million individuals requiring assistance. The floodwaters caused substantial damage to the infrastructure, leading to the displacement of millions and severely affected agriculture as million acres of crops were decimated, and killed livestock. HFO engaged with the affected population and undertook the responsibility of supplying both food and non-food items to families in need. Our efforts successfully aided 1000 families with the generous support from different donors. The process of identifying eligible recipients was finalized through the ongoing cooperation with the local authorities, and distribution was conducted at government facilities to uphold the transparency standards. HFO successfully distributed food, shelter, kitchen utensils and hygiene kits in Rajanpur, Kot Chutta , Taunsa, and Rojhan. HFO also assisted 300 marginalized households through cash transfer program.


Human Friends Organization firmly believes in serving humanity without any discrimination of religion, color, cast and creed. During current pandemic caused by Covid-19, HFO was aware of the miseries of the families hailing from lower class and lower-middle class. People were facing severe financial crisis and there was fear of rise in hunger and poverty. At this hour of need, HFO initiated across the country food distribution program through which thousands of Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Sikhs families were facilitated.

Jaranwala Relief and Rehabilitation

By October 14, 2023

The unfortunate incident took place on 16 August 2023 in Jaranwala town of the industrial district of Faisalabad. A mob had attacked the community after two Christians were accused of blasphemy but situation get worsened when the clerics made announcements in mosques inciting the mob for violent attacks. The angry mob not only burnt the churches (almost 30) but also incinerated the houses of Christian families and looted valuables from houses. The locals of the area accused the police of standing by as spectators as hundreds of people, armed with sticks and batons, vandalised the churches besides ransacking and even burning their homes. As panic spread in the area, shops were shut and a strike was called. The situation remained tense despite heavy presence of police at the site.
it is heart wrenching to see small kids along with families are suffering in the fields in this hot and humid weather.
HFO supported the victims of mob violence through food, cash assistance and rehabilitation of these families through providing them households.t

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