Pakistan: Monsoon Flash Floods - Revised Emergency appeal n° MDRPK006
15 November 2010
In support of the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) operation to assist up to 130,000 families (approximately 910,000 people) for a total of 24 months, this Revised Emergency Appeal seeks CHF 130,673,677 (USD 133,873,000 or EUR 97,968,800) in cash, kind, or services.
? An emergency appeal was launched on 19 August for CHF 75,852,261 (USD 72.5 million or EUR 56.3 million) for 18 months to assist 130,000 flood-affected families (some 910,000 beneficiaries).
? A preliminary emergency appeal was launched on 2 August 2010 for CHF 17,008,050 (USD 16,333,000 or EUR 12,514,600) in cash, kind, or services to support PRCS to assist up to 25,000 families (approximately 125,000 individuals) for nine months.
? CHF 250,000 (USD 239,406 or EUR 183,589) was allocated on 30 July from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent's (IFRC) Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) to support this operation.
After three months of activities and based on detailed assessments conducted by PRCS, transitional planning assistance team (TPAT), partner national societies and others, continuing immediate relief needs as well as substantial recovery requirements persist. This Revised Emergency Appeal includes multilateral programmes to be delivered by the Pakistan Red Crescent Society with IFRC support through funding received from many donors and Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies. The total budget of this Revised Emergency Appeal reflects the resources required to implement these programmes, however is not a representation of the commitment of the IFRC to provide all budgeted resources if the income received does not meet the costs required to run the planned programmes. The IFRC commits to support activities up to the income it will receive in response to this Revised Emergency Appeal.
Due to the scale of the needs, the scale of activities foreseen and the time required for service delivery in this complex environment, this appeal establishes a duration of 24 months. Activities will, therefore, be completed by 2 August 2012. A final report will be made available by 2 November 2012 (three months after the end of the operation).