How Pakistani entrepreneurs stepped in after flood disaster

Dozens of entrepreneurs and non-profits came forward to help flood survivors as the country was overwhelmed by its worst flooding in decades.


Monsoon floods ravaged large parts of Pakistan last month, overwhelming disaster management efforts. But non-profits and dozens of entrepreneurs, old and young, stepped in as their country faced its worst disaster in decades.

There’s a huge need for everything – from tents to blankets, from mosquito nets to water purification, from food to hygiene kits, and from anti-malarial medicines to basic fever medication.