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"PHF's Annual Report Unveiled: A Year of Achievements and Growth!"

About PHF

PHF was established as an independent forum in 2003, registered under Trust Act 1882 as “Trust for Pakistan Humanitarian Forum” PHF dated January 25, 2021 with registration No. 334 whereby it started representing, facilitating, and supporting humanitarian assistance and long-term development programming initiatives of its member International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) working in Pakistan. Currently, it is representing 44 INGOs in the country. PHF’s core services include coordination, information, communication and advocacy with all stakeholders including government bodies, donor agencies, UN, I/NGOs and other organizations at Federal and Provincial level.

Our Vision

PHF’s Vision is society where all stakeholders collaborate to uphold their responsibility to meet the needs of vulnerable communities in Pakistan.

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Our Mission

PHF's mission is to represent, coordinate and advocate on behalf of INGOs to meet humanitarian and development needs.

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Mandate

PHF envisages a society where all stakeholders commit to humanitarian principles for effective and efficient assistance to vulnerable communities.

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Publication
Flood 2022
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In 2022, Pakistan faced a devastating food disaster that highlighted the country's vulnerability to climate change.
Despite Pakistan's minimal contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions, the foods caused widespread destruction, surpassing even the 2010 floods.
The poorest households and regions with limited human development resources were most severely affected.
Approximately 33 million people were directly impacted, and 8 million were displaced.
The estimated damage, loss, and recovery needs amounted to significant economic burdens, particularly in the housing, agriculture, and transport sectors.
The provinces of Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Punjab emerged as areas requiring substantial recovery and reconstruction assistance. Source: Pakistan floods 2022 PDNA report(Ministry of Planning, Development & Special Initiatives)
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