Welcome to Humanity First Pakistan

Humanity First Pakistan has successfully constructed 360 water-wells and is providing clean drinking water to more than 280,000 persons and 350,000 animals in Tharparkar, Sindh.

NEW! Watch our new Water for Life Documentary here:

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About Us

Humanity First is an international charitable trust established in 43 countries to promote and safeguard human life and dignity. It is a non-political, non-sectarian international relief and development agency that works with the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people.


Humanity First Pakistan has responded to natural disasters accross the country including the Earthquake of 2005 and the Floods of 2010, but is also involved in long term projects around Healthcare, Education and Water infrastructure helping more than 1 million people in Pakistan.

Water for Life Project

Water for Life project is our pet project. Under this banner, we have constructed hand dug water wells through locally hired labour in the district of Tharparkar. So far we have been able to construct 360 water wells providing clean drinking water to the 280,000 persons and 350,000 animals. 

Donate a well Campaign

You too can participate in our Water for Life project. Participate in our 'Donate a well campaign' by donating a hand dug water well for the residents of Tharparkar. Each well costs 385,000PKR which includes construction, long term maintenance costs as well as a small 5 percent administration cost. Each well provides clean drinking potable water for upto 1500 residents as well as 2,000 animals.

You can donate a well in your name, in the name of your loved ones, or your company. The name will be inscribed on the well. 

For more details watch  small documentary on our water for life project: Watch below:


Gift of Sight Project

Our Gift of Sight project provides free treatment to eye patients across the country. A recently launched project has enabled Humanity First Pakistan to treat an approximate 1,000 persons and provide free cataract surgeries to more than a hundred patients. 

You too can participate in this project by donating for one cataract surgery which costs only 8,000PKR. This cost included the cost of surgery, accomodation, food, transport as well as post-operative care. 

For more details watch a short documentary on our Gift of Sight Project here: Watch below:

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Flood Rehabilitaion

In August 2010, Pakistan suffered its worst ever flooding affecting 21 million people across our country Sindh up beyond KPK for which HF provided disaster relief to over 50,000 people. Since then, HF began a number of longer-term activities to help the people towards rehabilitation as summarised below:

Pakistan Floods


Almost 21 million people were affected by the monsoon flooding. Millions are still need in need of food aid and are living in temporary shelter and camps as over 1.8 million homes were destroyed.

Humanity First continues to work tirelessly to provide relief to flood victims

Over 20 million people still remain badly affected by the devastation brought about by the floods. As diseases, displacement and disillusionment set in, HF redoubles its efforts to help these victims. We are reaching new families while maintaining the support of current ones.

Eid Gifts for Children

Following the terrible flooding across Pakistan, millions of children have been left at the mercy of the heat, lack of sanitation, lack of safe drinking water and the lack of food. Most are now huddled in tents in relief camps with nothing to do, and suffering the misery of malnutrition, diarrhea and malaria.

Humanity First Pakistan Continues to Aid in Relief Effort

The flood situation in Pakistan has taken on a new dimension. Vast areas of southern Punjab and Sindh are facing a new wave of devastation in the wake of monsoon predicted to continue until early September. The havoc created by floods has destroyed innumerable bridges, embankments and barrages on its way. The next few weeks threaten disease, famine, lawlessness and misery on a scale that Pakistan has never seen.