Funding in response to the Pakistan floods has reached US$687.2 million with an additional US$324.3 million pledged. The number of affected people has risen to 17.2 million and the number of people killed has reached 1,500.
59 donor governments and the EC have either pledged or contributed funds to the emergency. Contributions from the United States (US$155.9 million), Saudi Arabia (US74.4 million), the UK (US$64.8 million) and the EC (US$55.7 million) continue to dominate. Canada has now turned the majority of its pledge into a contribution (US$29.1 million), this means that it has moved from the 18th to the 6th largest donor.
Water and Sanitation continues to be the most underfunded sector (only 28% of needs have been met) compared to Food and Shelter, which are the most funded sectors in terms of volume.
This Excel 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