Pakistan Floods 2010
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For the Flood disaster in 2010, Hidaya executed relief efforts throughout four different locations in Pakistan with the help of over 150 of Hidaya’s employees and over 100 volunteers on the ground including several software development interns.  For more information, kindly click on the links below :

Situation Overview

The deadliest weather related disaster of 2010 was in Pakistan and resulted from heavy monsoon rains which lasted from late July until the end of August.  The heavy rains caused the Indus river to overflow and flood much of the country, leaving thousands dead, destroying millions of homes in thousands of villages and towns.  Also the floods severely damaged or destroyed infrastructure such as dams, power stations, roads, bridges, schools, agriculture wells, and drinking water hand pumps.  According to  reports, over 20 Million people have been affected by this disaster - more than the 2004 Indonesia Tsunami, 2005 Pakistan Earthquake, and 2010 Haiti Earthquake combined.




Last Updated: October 12, 2011


Sitara-e-Isaar Awarded to Hidaya Foundation

The partner organization of Hidaya Trust, Hidaya Foundation was awarded Sitara-i-Eisaar (Star of Sacrifice) by the Government of Pakistan, in recognition of the results-oriented relief efforts of both the organizations during the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan. It was awarded during a special ceremony held at the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, DC.

In Keeping with our commitment to the communities in which Hidaya Trust operates, it hires its work force as an equal opportunity employer.  It means that employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and not on race, color, status in the society, ancestry, sex, age, religion, creed and marital status.