Funding in response to the Pakistan floods has reached US$620 million with an additional US$295 million pledged.
59 donor governments and the EC have either pledged or contributed funds to the emergency. The largest donor government contributions come from the United States (US$155.9 million), Saudi Arabia (US74.4 million) and the UK (US$64.8 million).
This Excel (file) contains some data and graphs on overall funding commitments/contributions and pledges. Which government donors have provided funding and how much have they given? Which sectors are being funded? How does funding compare on a day-by-day basis in comparison to other large-scale emergencies? We have summarised the key data in this PowerPoint file of graphs (PDF).
You might also find this more general factsheet on aid to Pakistan since 1995 useful: Pakistan Aid Factsheet 1995-2009