Pakistan has been hit with one of the worst floods in its history – some 12 million people are badly affected, more than the combined total of Tsunami, Kashmir Earthquake and Haiti Earthquake – according to the UN.People are looking for credible organizations that have the resources to help desperate flood victims, and Diya has taken up this challenge. Diya has directed its on-the-ground team in Pakistan to reach out to flood victims with every possible help, while Trustees and volunteers mobilize support internationally. Following programs have been launched:1) Basic Food & UtensilsPackage includes - Flour 20 kg, Rice 5 kg, Sugar 5 kg, 3 types of Daals 2 kg each, Rooh Afza 1 Bottle, Baisan 3 kg, Tea 0.5 kg, Dry Milk 2 kg, Salt 1 kg, Red Chilli Powder 1 kg, Haldi 1 Pao, 1 Matchbox, 1 Tawa, 1 Medium Size Cooking Pot, 2 Steel Glasses, 1 Plastic Bucket, 2 Mugs.2) Water Purification UnitsBulk quantity to be purchased and shipped to worst affected areas and relief camps. Average cost USD 25 per unit.3) Airlifting Aid to Remote Areas Coordinating with Pak Air Force to airlift food packages from Karachi and Jacobabad to be delivered to worst affected areas.4) Corporate Support ProgramInternational corporates have been approached in Middle East to participate in building emergency relief centers, rebuild schools and work with local Chamber of Commerce and Bankers to promote small business entrepreneurship. All this reconstruction to be done in an environmental friendly manner.