Savayra Homes

Savayra Foundation UK

In 2010, Pakistan was hit by its worst natural disaster - floodwater inundated up to one fifth of the country and affected an estimated 20 million people. SFUK launched an immediate response providing immediate disaster relief as well as helping rebuild communities.

SFUK ensured that people had food to eat, warm clothes to wear, and emergency cash support to buy medicines. Then as people started to return home, SFUK focused on supporting peoples housing and helping to restore a sense of normality to a crisis situation. Savayra Foundation UK embarked on a mission to rebuild a village in Chowk Dhuraab - Nowshera by making permanent structures of housing for comfortable living.

Again in 2022, Pakitsan experienced unprecedented floods again, devasting and directly impacting 33 million people. Repeated floods in the region mean that many residents lost hope to rebuild their makeshift homes resulting in helplessness and despair. The latest floods of 2022 displaced just under 8 million people and destroyed at least 2 million houses however, the actual figure of destruction is much higher as many events have not been officially reported.

Savayra foundation not only provided immediate relief in the form of medical supplies, food, tents etc for flood victims but also ran programs on the rehabilitation of livelihood and micro infrastructure. Savayra colony was built in Jhalmagsi - Baluchistan area to assist the most affected villages.