Pakistan Floods What are you doing to help? Let the Daily Echo know by contacting Emma Streatfield on or calling 023 8042 4500.

Libraries to be drop-off centres for aid boxes

Daily Echo: Hampshire County Council deputy leader Cllr Roy Perry and Mohammed Ansar.

3:22pm Monday 20th September 2010

FLOOD relief efforts for the stricken people of Pakistan have stepped up a gear in Hampshire.

Aid boxes on way to victims of floods in Pakistan

Daily Echo: HELPING HANDS: Ten-year-old Afzal Sumro, 10, front, and colleagues pack boxes  destined for flood-hit Pakistan.           Daily Echo picture by Chris Moorehouse  Order no: 11079473

8:40am Saturday 4th September 2010

AID donated by Hampshire residents and destined for victims of the Pakistan floods was due to begin its long journey today.

Scenes of despair touched my heart

Daily Echo: RELIEF EFFORT: Members of the Al-Mahdi Centre with aid boxes.	 Echo pictures by Stuart Martin. Order no: 11077463

8:31am Friday 3rd September 2010

AS she watched mothers and children struggle against the floods that have devastated Pakistan, Maryam Rahim decided she could not stand by and do nothing.

Calls to help the flood-stricken people of Pakistan

Daily Echo: DISASTER: A family wade through floodwater in Bago Daro village, southern Pakistan.

11:30am Wednesday 1st September 2010

The floods in Pakistan have created a humanitarian crisis that gets worse with every day.

Praying for your support

Daily Echo: Villagers stranded near Sukkur in Pakistan’s Sindh province wave to a relief

6:16pm Tuesday 17th August 2010

ALL they can do is watch and wait as the scale of the humanitarian disaster unfolds in front of the world.

Spur of the moment collection nets nearly £1,000 in four hours for Pakistan

Daily Echo: A shopper in the Furlong stops to give money to Laurie Dormer at the Pakistan flood disaster collection. Postmaster and Rotarian Noel Hindmarsh brought his dog Mouse to encourage more people to stop.

6:20pm Friday 13th August 2010

A SPUR of the moment street collection raised nearly £1,000 for flood-hit Pakistanis after generous Ringwood shoppers dug deep to help.

Race is on to help flood survivors

Daily Echo: Race is on to help flood survivors

5:00pm Wednesday 11th August 2010

A MASSIVE relief operation following the devastating killer floods that have swept across Pakistan is gathering pace – and Basingstoke residents are being urged to do their bit to help bring aid to the millions in need.

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MILLIONS of people have been affected by the floods that hit Pakistan at the end of July. Not only did 2,000 lose their lives, but homes, livelihoods and, in some cases whole villages, were washed away while aid struggled to get through to cut off areas.
The UN has launched its largest ever response to a natural disaster, appealing for more than £1.3bn, which includes $500m already raised, to be used to help up to 14 million people over a period of a year.
People across Hampshire have come together in the Southampton Flood Relief Campaign to help those suffering by raising funds and sending basic aid boxes.


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