The devastating floods in Pakistan have led to newborn babies going hungry as mothers struggle to feed them and get medical support
More than 33 million people have been affected by historic rains and floods that have swept Pakistan. More than 1200 people have died so far. Over 400,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed across the country. Women and children have been disproportionally affected by Pakistan's catastrophic floods because of the lack of access to healthcare, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 1.2 million pregnant women who are among the hundreds of thousands of displaced people.
Flies swarm around the children's faces as they sleep, and it's hard to avoid mosquitoes that carry the threat of malaria, which can cause fever, flu-like symptoms and sometimes death.
UNICEF says 16 million children are impacted and 3.4 million are in need of humanitarian support.
Help UKIM sisters to provide much-needed Hygiene Kits and Mother and Child Protection Kits.
- £15 Hygiene Kit (Body Soap, Laundry Powder, Tooth Brush/Paste, Cotton Cloths, Towel, Nail Clipper, Combs, Bandages)
- £30 Mother and Child Protection Kit (Nappies, Baby Cloths, Baby wrapping sheets, Blankets, Feeding bottles, Baby powder milk, Multivitamins, Bandages, Women Hijabs/Shawls, Mosquito Net, Moisturizing cream, Socks.)
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