Pakistan

Pakistan Food Parcel

Pakistan Food Parcel

Pakistan Food Parcel

With regular droughts and floods, the worst affected are often the poorest areas. Some of them are driven further into poverty, forced in to begging and selling their daughters. In Pakistan people struggle to buy subsidised flour due to its high price and shortages within the country. Many people across Pakistan have gone without food and are struggling to cope with a severe shortage of affordable wheat and flour. The flood-affected areas are by far the worst, where slums have appeared and severely malnourished children are dying on a daily basis.

Crisis Aid is on the ground in Pakistan, delivering much needed food parcels to the poor and needy. Help us to help them by purchasing as many food parcels as possible to feed a family of six for one month. Our food parcels contain the staple diet and requirements of the local people. Each food parcel contains the following:

  • 20kg rice
  • 20kg flour
  • 5 kg oil
  • 5 kg sugar
  • 1 kg tea
  • 9 kg mix of lentils and kidney beans
  • 1 bag salt
  • 1 pack of soap/sanitary towels