The monsoon rains have caused havoc all over Pakistan, but the Khyber Pakhtunkwa province has been hit hard by the floods. Thousands of villages are under water and hundreds of people are either dead or missing. All road links within the Province have been cut down; relief workers are trying to reach through boats or on foot. The Diocese of Peshawar has launched an emergency Relief and Rescue programme for more than 1300 Christian and Hindu families affected by the floods, including the other minorities and some Muslim church workers. A good number of Christian families have been rescued and accommodated at St. Mary’s Church & School, Risalpur and also at Christ Church & School, Nowshera. The Diocese is putting all its efforts to reach the unreached caught in the floods. The affected families are being provided with food items. Any possible help will be appreciated.