"Response by national governments
* AfghanistanAfghanistan finance minister Hazrat Omar Zakhailwal handed a cheque worth $1 million to Pakistani ambassador Mohammad Sadiq at the end of a press conference in Afghan capital Kabul.
* Australia Australia announced a A$10 million aid-package, as well as committing two C17 Globemaster aircraft to deliver emergency supplies and to assist relief efforts.
* Azerbaijan Azerbaijan embassy in Pakistan transferred its two-days’ salary worth around $2,000 to relief fund. The country will also give US$1 million financial assistance for helping the victims and eliminate the aftermath of the disaster.
* Brazil Brazil donated US$ 0.7 million through World Food Programme or life-saving assistance to the affected.
* Canada Canada announced that it would donate $2 million worth of emergency aid. $750,000 are expected to be donated to the ICRC for distribution of shelter-materials and water, sanitation and health-services, while the remainder goes to the WFP to provide much-needed food-assistance. On August 14 the Canadian government announced an additional $32 million dollars in aid.
* People's Republic of China China initially announced that it would provide emergency aid worth 10 million yuan (approx. US$ 1.48 million ) to help the flood-victims. China was one of the first countries providing immediate aid to Pakistan in the aftermath of the floods. The People's Liberation Army donated another 10 million yuan to Pakistan. The Chinese Red Cross has also given US $50,000 in cash to Pakistan. The Chinese ambassador to Pakistan traveled to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and expressed his condolences to those affected by the tragedy. On August 13, China announced another emergency humanitarian aid worth 50 million yuan (US$7.35 million) bringing the total official Chinese relief aid to more than 70 million yuan to the flood-affected Pakistani people.
* Denmark Denmark has donated 60 million DKK. ($10 million)
* European Union European Union released 10 million euros to help Pakistan's flood victims on 11 August, as part of emergency aid to flood-stricken country.
* Finland Finland government donated 1.2 million euros for humanitarian assistance to the flood victims. 600,000 euros were channeled through the World Health Organization, 400,000 euros through the UNHCR and 200,000 euros through Finn Church Aid.
* Germany Germany initially committed 1 million euros for the victims, which was further increased to 2 million euros on 6 August. On 12 August, Germany announced a $13 million aid package.
* Hong Kong Hong Kong has donated HK$ 3 million to World Vision for a relief project for flood victims in Pakistan.
* India India offered on 13 August US$ 6.8 million for provision of relief material for the victims of the massive floods.
* Iran Iran has committed over 400 tonnes of relief goods so far as of 14 August 2010 out of which 180 tonnes have already been delivered by the Iranian transport aircrafts. These goods include tents, floorings, clothes, canned food, bread and medical supplies. Iranian red crescent society has also been on the ground along with Pakistan red crescent society as a part of its ongoing relief operation inside Pakistan to more than 100,000 flood vicitms. In addition to the Iranian government help Ayatollah Lotfollah Safi Golpaygani has announced that one third of collected Khums will be donated to Pakistan for humanitarian assistance. Iran's chamber of commerce also donated US $1 million to the flood affectees. Iran has also offered to setup field hospitals and community centers for flood victims in Pakistan.
* Japan Japan provided US$ 0.23 million for emergency relief goods, while additional assistance of up to US$3 million has been committed for the disaster aftermath.
* Kuwait Kuwait has also donated US $5 million to victims of the severe floods in Pakistan, according to Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS).
* Malaysia Malaysia has also announced aid of $1 million to help people in flood-hit Pakistan.
* Nepal Nepal cabinet provided cash assistance of Rs 10 million for flood victims in Pakistan.
* Nigeria Nigeria also assisted Pakistan by donating US$ 1 million.
* Norway Norway facilitated relief operation by providing NOK 30 million. NOK 9 million were given to UN Central Emergency Response Fund, and NOK 21 million were allocated to UNICEF, Pakistan Emergency Response Fund (ERF), and Pakistan Red Crescent Society
* Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia released a statement announcing the establishment of an air-bridge to ferry relief-supplies to Pakistan. In total Saudi Arabia has allocated US $100 million for the relief-operation.
* Sri Lanka Sri Lanka dispatched 18 metric tons of relief goods worth approx US$ 3 million to Pakistan on a Sri Lankan Air Force C-130. The Health Ministry will also send will be in the 15 member special medical team to Pakistan.
* Syria Syria announced that it would send 35 tonnes of foodstuffs, medical supplies, medicines and many other necessary materials to help flood victims
* Turkey Turkey has donated US$ 5 million to Pakistan, in addition to 115 tonnes of humanitarian aid consisting of food packages, blankets, sleeping bags and beds delivered to Pakistan Red Crescent Society.
* United Kingdom United Kingdom has dispatched a Royal Air Force C17 aircraft which is the RAF's largest transport aircraft capable of carrying almost 74,000 kg of freight and 138 personnel over distances up to 4,500 nautical miles (8,300 km). The C17 has already taken a load of 500 tents to Islamabad, where they will be driven to Peshawar to help provide shelter for people driven from their homes by the flooding. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has also acknowledged the slow international response and urged British public to donate generously. British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II has made a personal donation to the relief effort for flood victims in Pakistan, the Queen gave an undisclosed amount via the. British Red Cross. Additionally, the UK government "has now earmarked up to £31.3 million for the relief and recovery effort."  Nick Clegg said that the international response had been "absolutely pitiful."
* United States The United States has been at the forefront of the relief effort. United States stated that it would provide 56,000 ready meals on August 1 and 2, twelve temporary bridges and two water-filtration-plants to help the flood-victims as part of a US$10 million aid-pledge. Commenting on the floods, the United States Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, stated, "The Pakistani people are friends and partners, and the United States is standing with them as the tragic human toll mounts from flooding in northwest Pakistan." Hillary Clinton personally donated $10 for flood-relief in an effort to encourage people to donate, no matter how small the amount. On 10 August, US announced another $20 million to provide relief for the affected, taking the flood related aid from United States to US$ 55 million. On 11 August, US increased its assistance for flood-ravaged Pakistan to $ 71 million. Additionally, United States initially provided six US Army CH-47 Chinook helicopters from their duty in Afghanistan. On 12 August, it provided two more CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters to assist Pakistan Army in their relief efforts. The two helicopters are first of 19 helicopters that US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has urgently ordered for Pakistan in next few days. Senator John Kerry will also visit Pakistan in order to survey the damage from the disaster, and to raise US public awareness about Pakistani relief needs. On 13 August, US increased its aid to US $84 million as USS Peleliu gets ready to dispatch more helicopters pledged earlier by US Defense Secretary. In addition to this, the United States is providing $3 million to the World Health Organization to expand the capacity of Pakistan's Disease Early Warning System (DEWS) and to establish the first 15 treatment centers for water-borne illness. It is also working with the humanitarian community to spread awareness through radio stations regarding safety precautions against water-borne diseases. On 14 August, further two CH-53E Super Stallion and a MH-53E Sea Dragon arrived in Pakistan to work with Pakistan military in flood-affected areas.
* World Bank provided US$ 1.3 million to Pakistani government for relief work. The bank has additionally approved a loan of US$ 900 million for medium and long term reconstruction.
* International Monetary Fund (IMF) has also offered to discuss how to help Pakistan manage the economic impact of the floods.
 Response by non-governmental organizations
* Disasters Emergency Committee, an umbrella group of 13 UK charities reports that as of 14 August its flood-relief-appeal has so far raised £12 million and that its member agencies have distributed aid to more than 600,000 people.
* Oxfam has currently providing clean water and hot meals to over 180,000 people. In total, Oxfam aims to reach around 900,000 people with clean water, sanitation kits and hygiene supplies.
* Save the Children are using helicopters, donkeys and boats to deliver doctors and medical supplies to families cut off by the water. They've sent a medical team and medicines in on donkeys in Allai and treated more than one thousand patients currently and plan to distribute 800 shelter kits, including tarpaulins, jerry cans and plastic glasses, to flood-affected families.
* International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement Red Cross has dispatched food and shelter items for more than 100,000 people for distribution by Pakistan Red Crescent volunteers. In addition, medicines and medical supplies have been sent to Paroa Hospital in Dera Ismail Khan and to Bannu.
* Humanity First, in collaboration with NCHD has dispatched over 500 tents as well as mattresses, blankets, floor mats, buckets and shoes. 350 water survival boxes have been provided in collaboration with the British Rotary charity WorldWaterWorks Limited. The local team is also preparing packs of non-perishable food to last a month for 1,000 families. The initial response package is for around 10,000 people, but response is expected to rise. Moreover, 3 medical camps have been set up which see 200 patients a day.
* MERCY Malaysia has setup two clinics in the districts of Nowshera and Charsadda, each with a local doctor and three medical staff. It also sent a team on 12 August to support the clinics. The NGO donated five units of ultra-filtration water systems worth US$15,000 and donated US$40,000 worth of tents, food and drinking water.
* CARE International has provided water purification tablets, tents, family hygiene kits, kitchen sets, tarpaulins and mosquito nets to thousands of survivors. Mobile and basic healthcare units have provided health services to around 4,500 people.
* Islamic Relief is distributing 3,570 family hygiene kits in Nowshera and Mardan districts benefitting 24,990 people. Also it is distributing 2,850 household kits (containing mattresses, mosquito nets etc.) and 2,850 kitchen sets to benefit 19,950 people. Pakistani cricket star Shahid Afridi is working with the NGO in raising the aid for the disaster.
* Muslim Charity has launched £750,000 appeal to help the victims of flood in Pakistan. Muslim Charity targets to benefit 45,000 people through its activities. Muslim Charity is providing food to 25,000 people for the month of Ramadan, clean drinking water to 10,000 people, medical facilities to 10,000 people through its 5 medical camps and shelter to 5,000 people. In its second phase of relief work; Muslim Charity targets to reconstruct 200 house in Pakistan.
* Concern have helped 18,000 people and 6,400 people in Charsadda district have received emergency packages.
* UNICEF UNICEF has set up 24 medical camps in the affected areas, benefiting around one million people.
* United Methodist Church's represenatives are on the ground with a project that within the week will purify more than 3.5 million liters of drinking water and benefit more than 73,000 people a day. The Methodist are also helping to bring food relief and emergency shelter to tens of thousands of Pakistanis affected by the flooding.
* Pakistan Cricket Board and English Cricket Board are working together to organize a fundraiser exhibition match for the benefit of flood victims.
* World Vision is currently providing clean water and food in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province and is treating people at five health clinics. The agency plans to reach 150,000 people during the first 90 days with relief items including water purification packets, hygiene kits, tents, cooking items and food. It also aims to provide cash-for-work activities to 1,000 people, open additional health posts, set up 20 child-friendly spaces and 20 women-friendly spaces to provide a safe and comfortable environment for children and women to interact with peers and receive support. World Vision plans to expand these efforts as floodwaters recede and more communities become accessible.
* Jama'at-ud-Da'wah stated that it had 2000 workers providing flood-relief.
* Giving Children Hope will be distributing relief medical supplies and equipment to three medical centers and mobile medical clinics located in Peshawar, Pakistan, the capital of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province- one of the hardest hit by the flood. These relief supplies will be distributed to those who are living in temporary shelters and those already living in poverty. http://www.gchope.org/flood-in-pakistan.html
* University of Western Sydney: Professor Janice Reid, Vice-Chancellor and University President, announced to support to the people of Pakistan, the University of Western Sydney will be making a $10,000 donation to the Australian Red Cross. In her appeal, “The UWS community is a compassionate community and, as in similar relief efforts in the past, UWS staff and students have expressed a desire to collectively contribute to the relief effort. Whilst we would like to establish a central fund, advice indicates that it is faster and easier for people to donate directly to the key agencies coordinating aid and relief appeals”. "