ISLAMABAD (AFP) - A banned charity on a UN terror blacklist said Tuesday it was helping with the relief effort in Pakistans floods crisis. Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) had sent 10 truckloads of relief goods and nine medical teams to affected areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said its spokesman Yahya Mujahid. The consignment was worth five million rupees and sent from Lahore, the spokesman said. Our teams have evacuated up to 20,000 people from the worst-hit districts of Malakand, Charsadda, Now-shera and Peshawar, Mujahid told AFP. JuD is also providing hot dinners to those who are stra-nded. We have around 2,000 volunteers working in the affected regions, he said.