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The Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief….

NWHO is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief, and has agreed to comply with the 10 principles of the Code.

Climate Change and Fear of Floods in Pakistan

Flooding is considered the most catastrophic and complex natural disaster, Flooding occurs when water levels rise over the top of river banks or inundates land that's normally dry. it can happen in a multitude of ways and each may be affected by climate change. The most common cause of flooding is prolonged rainfall, a ruptured dam or river bank, rapid ice melting in the mountains. Floods can have devastating consequences and can have negative effects on the economy, environment and millions of people. Floods are very common in Pakistan. Pakistan has faced frequent flooding almost every year because of excessive rainfall due to climate change. there are number of small and large rivers and canals flow throughout the country. Unfortunately, most of the floods in Pakistan’s history have ruined large agricultural areas and caused a great loss of lives and property, damage to the economy due to lack of the government policies and arrangements for dealing with the floods.


At NWHO we believe in conserving natural resources including forests, water, wild life and agriculture at a community and policy level through different interventions and service deliveries. We also strive to protect the environment at local, national and global levels through advocating public awareness, research, participatory learning, networking and public interest legal actions.


The effects of climate change

Scientists Agree climate change is real, happening now and caused by human actions. In many parts of the world especially in Pakistan its reality can be seen in melting glaciers, changing monsoon patterns, heavy monsoons or monsoon failure, rising sea levels, desertification and drought, changing ecosystems and deadly heat waves.

We need to act to avoid catastrophic climate change.

Tree Planting Campaign

New World Hope Organization launched tree planting campaign in Pakistan in 2007 with the objective of making Pakistan a green country. Tree planting campaigns are launched every year at the national level during spring and monsoon seasons. Every year NWHO plants trees with the involvement of general public, students, NGOs and corporate sector. Thousands of different fruit and shady plants have been planted and distributed to schools, hospitals, old age homes and other community centers as part of the campaign for protection of our environment and friendly environment.

Program Highlights

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Flood Relief, Non food item Distribution 2014-2015

Assistance for IDPs and Returnees in Mardan –( 2014)

Supplying and Installing Water Pipes in Nowshera– (2015)

Assistance to IDPs in Pakistan –( 2010)

Procurement of Food and Non Food Items for Returnees in Pakistan –(2014)

Shelter Rehabilitation and Providing Assistance to Vulnerable Populations in KPK –( 2015)

Emergency Relief of FI & NFI in Karradah, Nowshera –(2007)

Emergency Distribution of FI & NFI to 3500 Vulnerable IDPs, Mardan– (2009)

Highlight of prominent disaster relief activities

Here is a highlight of prominent NWHO activities and projects


Please feel free to contact at info@newworldhope.org to ask further information about our projects or future partnerships with us.

Fear of Floods in Pakistan in Selected Areas

Flood Analysis

Flood Management

Flood Maps

Most of the developing countries are experiencing frequent extreme storms, droughts, and regular flooding every year but have very limited resources and manpower to cope natural disasters and its risks on time. Flooding are predicted for the next 200 years for the whole of South Asian countries. Pakistan is basically an agricultural country and its economy heavily relies on the agriculture sector. However, the growth rate of agriculture is decreasing due to water shortages on the other side the glaciers are melting quickly due to global warming and climate change leading to increased rainfall that is causing severe floods. Pakistan is generally considered to be most vulnerable to natural hazards.The country has world’s largest irrigation system that irrigates over 16 million hectors of land. In the recent years, agricultural and food production were negatively affected because of frequent floods in the country and o lack of proper water management, lack of big dams. Source: FAO, The World Bank Group;