NUST Flood Relief Campaign continues in 2023
وَأَحْسِن كَمَآ أَحْسَنَ ٱللَّهُ إِلَيْكَ
“Do Good As Allah Has Done Good to You.”
Join NUST in the relief efforts for our brothers and sisters affected by the torrential rains and floods across Pakistan.
Funds can be transferred to our Flood Relief Fund Bank Account with the following details:
Account Title: NUST FLOOD RELIEF FUND
Account Number: 2292 7917 3412 01
IBAN: PK82 HABB 0022 9279 1734 1201
Bank: HBL, H-12 Branch
In-kind donations required:
• Quilts (preferably with cover)
• Dry Ration (Flour, Rice, Cooking Oil, Tea, Package or Dry Milk, Sugar, Lentils, etc.)
Please ensure the donated items are clean and in fair to good condition
Donation Camp Location:
Gates 1 & 2
NUST Islamabad Campus
Timings: 8 AM to 6 PM
For any queries, contact us at
Find more updates on NUST Flood Relief Campaign at
ADOPT A VILLAGE
Donations can be sent to the NUST Flood Relief Fund with details shared at the top of this page.
January 25, 2023:
As part of NUST Flood Relief Campaign’s ‘Adopt a Village’ initiative, our team has distributed ration and bedding to 28 families in Basti Hyderabad of Rajanpur, Punjab.
Students of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities (S3H) have raised more funds for the NUST Flood Relief Fund at a fundraising activity in an event observing World Mental Health Day.
The funds, amounting to PKR 93,450 were handed over to the University Advancement Office Director Ms Maria Qadri. Also present at the event were S3H Principal Dr Ashfaque Hassan Khan and Dean Dr Salma Siddiqui. The officials endorsed the student body as a symbol of benchmark and inspiration for others to follow and appreciated their efforts for the cause.
Students of NUST School of Social Sciences & Humanities (S3H) have collectively raised PKR 545,000 for the NUST Flood Relief Campaign, as part of their community service project.
The students, divided into three groups, were supervised by the Faculty In-charge Mr Rafique Ahmed Khan, and the Assistant Manager of Community Service Ms Sehrish Hamid. The student raised the funds through bake sales, handcraft sales, and a donation drive held on campus.
Community Service Learning Course is a mandatory component of NUST’s academic curriculum. Community Service Office is housed at the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. It plans and implements Community Service-Learning Course (CSL-402) every semester for all NUST schools. Every undergraduate student at NUST studies and completes the course requirements before they graduate.
NUST partnered with Sybrid Pvt Ltd – A Lakson Group Company for flood relief activities in Balochistan in late October and early November.
The team managed to reach 256 families in Lehri, Killi Nasran and Urrak Village and provided them with relief packages. We are grateful to Deputy Commissioner Sibbi, NUST Alumni Association, and local representatives for their cooperation and assistance in our relief cause.
NUST Volunteers, including Alumni representatives and administration, distributed relief packs to 100 flood-affected families of Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in the vicinity of Madyan (Kalakot, Qandeel Ghar, Damana, Dhrup-shah).
Clothing was also distributed to the families. Moreover, 200 high-quality jackets, courtesy of Ufone/PTCL, were also handed over to the elderly and children of the families.
NUST Team distributed ration packages for 165 families affected by floods in Balochistan.
The beneficiaries were from Urrak Village as well as 11 smaller villages (Kilis, in regional language), including Kili Essa Khel, Kili Sahib Khan, Kili Shanor Kuch, Kili Shajizai, Kili Harizai, Kili Bilal Kuch, Kili Malak Sher Muhammad, Kili Khutakzai, Kili Saleem Kuch, Kili Sarangzai, and Kili Shamozai.
NUST Volunteers visited Sibbi, Balochistan, with relief goods for the flood-affected citizens. Over the weekend, 400 rations packs were handed over to needy families in the area.
We are grateful to the NUST Family and all individuals and organisations who have helped us over these weeks. through generous donations as well as logistical support, to reach out and provide assistance to the regions which have been devastated due to floods and torrential rain.
Our resolve continues to stay strong as we move forward to the next phase of working on the revival of community services, including the repair and maintenance of schools, health care units, mosques, water supply (wells and hand pumps), sewerage drains, mud roads, etc in selected villages.
In the past weeks, NUST’s flood relief activities in Sindh were carried out in Sukkur, Naushahro Feroze, Badin, Sanghar, Daadu, and Thatta.
We are grateful to Pakistan Army and Pakistan Navy for their on-ground support to our campaign. We are also grateful to our volunteers and donors, including our workforce, alumni, and students.
We have delivered relief goods, including dry rations, tents, etc, to over 700+ households that have been devastated due to floods in the area.
September 7, 2022:
In Dera Ghazi Khan, NUST’s volunteer team, including NUST Alumni and officers, distributed approximately 300 family ration packs, and clothes among the flood-affected households. The teams conducted relief activities in areas of Choti, Samundri, Mamoori and Koh e Suleman.
NUST Balochistan Campus Team set up a flood relief camp in a primary school building at Hanna Village. The team handed over family ration packs to 105 flood affectees of the area, with the help of local representatives.
September 6, 2022:
NUST Balochistan Campus in Quetta established a camp on September 6, 2022. Flood-affected residents of local villages, including Killi Nasran, Killi Sara Khulla and Killi Shabaq, were given ration packs, containing food items and sanitation products, for their families.
NBC is also playing its role in the restoration of the road network, and electric and gas supply for the locals affected by the floods and plans to provide livelihood through facilitating small businesses for the local population. Under the supervision of Campus Director NBC Brig Dr Kamran Akhtar, NBC team will be continuing relief and rehabilitation efforts in the coming days as well.
September 1, 2022:
NUST volunteer students, faculty and staff moved to Risalpur where NUST and Rawalpindi Medical College jointly set up a Free Medical Camp.
Moreover, relief goods were distributed to over 200 households in the area. More of our teams have started reaching out to people in the affected areas of South Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan. We are grateful to our vibrant alumni network which has been pivotal in the relief efforts.
August 31, 2022:
The first contingent of NUST Flood Relief Campaign moved for Nowshera. The contingent reached Station HQ Nowshera where the Station Commander and representatives of the Civil Administration briefed about the Flood and Flood Relief activities.
Thereafter, the #NUST Team moved to Misalabad, Nowshera, which has been battered due to floods. Food items and water bottles were handed over to 300 flood-affected families.
This feat was made possible due to the generous contributions of NUST Family and the general public. In the coming days, more volunteer teams along with relief goods will be sent to all four provinces, as well as flood-hit areas of Gilgit-Baltistan.