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A NEW HOPE
A BETTER HOME

Laying the foundation for hope

Pakistan’s compounded vulnerability to climate change has multiplied tenfold over the last several years; further impelling the already vulnerable to extremities of calamity. The catastrophic floods of 2022 caused widespread destruction in Sindh, the hardest-hit province, sweeping away houses and leaving 2 million homes damaged and thousands of families without shelter. As a post-disaster mitigation strategy, a key priority for the Government of Sindh (GoS) is sustainable rehabilitation for the disaster-struck people of Sindh through resilient housing. For this purpose, the GoS has established a public sector company; the Sindh People’s Housing for Flood Affectees (SPHF) to build back better through resilient housing

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THE ROAD MAP TO RECOVERY

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Every Donation Counts

Join us in our mission to provide homes and a better future for those affected by floods in Sindh. Your support can create a significant impact and help million of people rebuild their homes and lives.

The gap to bridge

Although we have initiated the process of building resilient houses for those affected, the task ahead of us is momentous. Your continued support in these trying times will allow us to uplift and support countless people, families and communities in Sindh; rekindling hope for those severely affected by the calamity

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Together, we can BUILD A RESILIENT SINDH AND improve the lives of millions!

TESTIMONIALS

Justice (Rtd.) Maqbool Baqar

Care Taker Chief Minister Sindh

The floods have particularly impacted houses in Sindh, accounting for approximately 83 percent of the total housing damages in the country.
The impact of all this damage can be tabulated, quantified, and monetized but the mental trauma and anguish of losing your loved ones, livelihood, and belongings cannot be accounted for. Our mission is to not just rehabilitate the homes of these people but also their lives. However, the devastation is too widespread and requires ample financial funding just to cater to the basic needs of the affected. So, we call upon donors, partners, development agencies, and the wider community to build synergies, partnerships, and collaborations to help us build back a more resilient Sindh.

Najy Benhassine

Country Head World Bank Pakistan

In the face of the devastating floods in Pakistan, the government’s swift response and World Bank’s collaborative efforts with partners have been commendable. Our housing reconstruction project in Sindh, with a budget of $500 million, follows the best principles of reconstruction, prioritizing owner-driven solutions. While the funds may not cover all those in need, we have designed the project to be scalable, allowing others to contribute. Together, we strive to bring hope and stability to affected communities, providing sustainable housing solutions and making a meaningful difference in the lives of flood victims.

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

These floods have caused massive devastation but have also provided an opportunity to invest in infrastructure, rehabilitation, and reconstruction.
Our aim is to build a climate-resilient Pakistan that can withstand increasingly extreme climate events, from extreme droughts to extreme floods and monsoons. The Government of Sindh is taking this opportunity to not only rebuild peoples’ homes by providing interest-free loans and support but help them build back in a greener, more climate-resilient manner. More importantly, give them ownership right to the lands where their houses used to be.

Murad Ali Shah

Chief Minister of the Sindh

The floods have particularly impacted houses in Sindh, accounting for approximately 83 percent of the total housing damages in the country.
The impact of all this damage can be tabulated, quantified, and monetized but the mental trauma and anguish of losing your loved ones, livelihood, and belongings cannot be accounted for. Our mission is to not just rehabilitate the homes of these people but also their lives. However, the devastation is too widespread and requires ample financial funding just to cater to the basic needs of the affected. So, we call upon donors, partners, development agencies, and the wider community to build synergies, partnerships, and collaborations to help us build back a more resilient Sindh.

Najy Benhassine

Country Head
World Bank Pakistan

In the face of the devastating floods in Pakistan, the government’s swift response and World Bank’s collaborative efforts with partners have been commendable. Our housing reconstruction project in Sindh, with a budget of $500 million, follows the best principles of reconstruction, prioritizing owner-driven solutions. While the funds may not cover all those in need, we have designed the project to be scalable, allowing others to contribute. Together, we strive to bring hope and stability to affected communities, providing sustainable housing solutions and making a meaningful difference in the lives of flood victims.

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