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  • @KashiJe All my sympathy for the victims of this flood, and i know since this many did not recover their home, and other floods came to make even the situation worse - i hope their governement do not forget them ..
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  • @Nubiagroup ....i appreciate your sympathy ...u have done gud job....coz u r encourage to people from txt..i read ur all txt as leave here..
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  • i know money cannot remplace who you lost, your family, wife, husband, or kids
    at least they need help, for the 1st priorities
    food, a roof on their heads, and medications
    we cannot let all these people on the roads in the water without any help
    and i heard there some cholera appearing
    the situation is really very bad
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    Flood in Pakistan 2010 - part 1 Flood in Pakistan 2010 - part 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Flood in PAKISTAN –2010 Floods have ravaged mountainous regions in the north-west Pakistan, destroying entire villages, reached the heart of the country. Rivers, coming from the banks, have already caused the death of 1500 people, while another 100,000 were victims spread the infection. Recent downpours in the north-west threaten the main dam. Saving 3.2 million people suspended due to washed-out roads, bridges and broken lines of communication, and survivors complain about the inaction of the government. Many countries have offered assistance to Pakistan, where for several years does not stop fighting with the Taliban. When the flood waters reached the province of Punjab, about 3000 people were trapped in the Côte d'Addu, after the water broken the safety barrier, forcing the evacuation of military boats and helicopters.
    • It is only the start of the monsoon season, but already Pakistan is experiencing some of the worst flooding it has seen in over 80 years. Entire villages have been washed away, an early estimate of over 1,600 deaths so far and over 2 million displaced or otherwise affected. Not only is the immediate water damage causing havoc, the floods have inundated crop-producing areas, dealing a crippling blow to the agricultural-based economy and threatening a food crisis. The Pakistani government now struggles to rescue and provide aid to millions - while still fighting with militant Islamist forces in many of the hardest-hit regions. With even more heavy rains predicted in the coming days, here are a handful of recent photographs of Pakistanis as they cope with this latest disaster Spurce : Bostom.com "People say they are not getting help from the army or the government«  While floods in the north-west began to recede, the vast body of water has been moving down the country into new parts of Punjab and menacing Sindh province. All wells have been contaminated and water-borne diseases are spreading, officials say. The region is midway through monsoon season and more rain is forecast. The number of affected districts in Punjab has reached seven, while 350,000 people have been moved from neighbouring Sindh province, most of which is on high alert, the United Nations said. President scorned UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has sent a special envoy, Jean-Maurice Ripert, to Pakistan to help mobilise international support and aid flood victims. A boy sit on a bed in ruin on family home in Pabbi, north-west Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, on 5 August 2010 Victims have bitterly accused the authorities of failing to come to their aid The army has used boats and helicopters to evacuate stranded villagers to higher ground. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said about 100,000 people have been rescued. But government and civilian agencies have been struggling to get supplies to the worst affected areas. Victims have bitterly accused the authorities of failing to come to their rescue and provide sufficient relief. Particular scorn has been poured on President Asif Ali Zardari because he pressed ahead with a visit to Europe. Mr Zardari is due to launch his son's political career on Saturday in the British city of Birmingham. The disaster has piled yet more pressure on an administration struggling to contain Taliban violence and an economic crisis. Meanwhile, local Islamic charities with unconfirmed links to militant groups have reportedly been stepping into the breach to help flood victims. Source : BBC news
    • Pakistan army soldiers pass a baby across a channel in the floodwater as they help people flee from their flooded village following heavy monsoon rains in Taunsa, Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010. (AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
    • Residents watch water pour through a street on the outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan on July 28, 2010. (A Majeed/AFP/Getty Images
    • Flood-affected people jostle for food relief in Nowshera in northwest Pakistan on Friday, Aug. 6, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad
    • Flood-affected Pakistanis are waiting at the center of distribution of products on the outskirts of Peshawar on August 3. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Pakistanis are trying to get the food distributed by the charitable organization, on the outskirts of Peshawar on August 3. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Women are affected by the floods, show their identity cards on the outskirts of Peshawar. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Afghan refugees wait for food distribution in Peshawar. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Pakistani children and men came for the food in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Novshery August 2. (AFP / Getty Images / Behrouz Mehri)
    • A boy is flung back by the force of a Pakistan Air Force helicopter rotors as it drops water supplies to residents on August 2, 2010 in Nowshera, Pakistan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
    • Local residents fleeing to collect water bottles that they throw out Pakistani soldiers in the military Novshere. (Getty Images / Daniel Berehulak)
    • People stand in line at a field medical camps for flood victims in Risalpure August 3. (AP / Anjum Naveed)
    • Pakistani family carry their belongings on the bridge during the evacuation in Peshawar on August 3. (AFP / Getty Images / Hasham Ahmed)
    • People wait to cross a flooded road in Bannu, northwestern Pakistan on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010. (AP Photo/Ijaz Mohammad
    • Evacuees from Novshery family waits in a traffic jam on the road. (Getty Images / Daniel Berehulak)
    • Afghan refugees were waiting to be resettled in a refugee camp in Peshawar. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Pakistan's family prepares for the evacuation of a truck after warning the authorities about the new floods in Peshawar. (AFP / Getty Images / Hasham Ahmed)
    • Pakistani girl stands outside his house, destroyed by flood in Peshawar. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • The man leads his donkey harnessed to a cart with things in Peshawar. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Pakistani woman is in the rain back to camp for refugees in Novshere. (AFP / Getty Images / A Majeed)
    • Pakistanis rest on a hill near the railway in Novshere. (AFP / Getty Images / A Majeed)
    • A flood survivor carries a soaked mat in a flooded area of Nowshera on August 3, 2010. (A Majeed/AFP/Getty Images)
    • People save what is left of their homes in the flooded area Novshery August 2. (AP / Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Flood victims has food on his head in a refugee camp in Charsadda district in the province Pakhtunkva. (AFP / Getty Images / A Majeed)
    • Pakistani flood survivors line up beside a damaged bridge in Medain, a town of Swat Valley on August 2, 2010. (A Majeed/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Pakistanis are under the destroyed bridge in Medeyne in Swat. (AFP / Getty Images / A Majeed)
    • Flood victims lined up at the destroyed bridge in Medeyne. (AFP / Getty Images / A Majeed)
    • Man assesses the damage to his house floods in Novshere. (Getty Images / Daniel Berehulak)
    • Dzhovhar Ali (right) stands among the ruins of his house, destroyed by flood in the village Mayyuku near Charsaddy. (AFP / Getty Images / Behrouz Mehri)
    • Pakistani examines the dirty things in Novshere. (AFP / Getty Images / Behrouz Mehri)
    • A man gathers up some of his belongings outside his flooded house in Nowshera, Pakistan on August 2, 2010. (BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Men take refuge on a boat during heavy rain in Pakistan's Nowshera District on July 29, 2010. (REUTERS/K. Parvez
    • Pakistani villagers move to high ground escaping a flood-hit village near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Pakistani villagers move to high ground escaping a flood-hit village near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Residents watch from a nearby hill as army helicopters rescued trapped residents from Nowshera, Pakistan on July 31, 2010. (REUTERS/Adrees Latif)
    • A Pakistani villager struggles to reach his village through a fast-moving flood water caused by heavy monsoon rain in Bakhtiarabad, 250 km (155 mi) north of Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, July 23, 2010. (AP Photo/Fida Hussain)
    • An aerial view shows Nowshera city submerged in flooding caused by heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan on Friday, July 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
    • A Pakistani volunteer uses a small boat to evacuate locals in a flood-hit area of Nowshera on July 30, 2010. (A. MAJEED/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Pakistani flood survivors cross a bridge near a damaged home in Medain, a town of Swat valley on August 2, 2010. (A Majeed/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Villagers try to catch trees floating in the flooded Nelum river in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistani Kashmir on Friday, July 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Aftab Ahmed
    • Residents help a man untie a chicken from his neck after he evacuated his flooded home with the fowl by swimming to higher grounds in Nowshera, Pakistan on August 1, 2010
    • A soldier evacuating residents carries a flood victim to a helicopter in Sanawa, Pakistan's on August 5, 2010. (REUTERS/Stringer)
    • A Pakistani boy named Jeeshan stands outside his tent in a camp set up by the Pakistani army inside a college on the outskirts of Nowshera on August 2, 2010. (BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Evacuees wade through a flooded area following heavy monsoon rains in Peshawar on Saturday, July 31, 2010. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Saeed Ahmad
    • A boy walks through flood destroyed homes on August 4, 2010 in Pabbi, near Nowshera, Pakistan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
    • A family portrait is seen, attached to a bookcase buried in mud on August 4, 2010 in Pabbi, Pakistan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
    • An aerial view of floodwater covering the land as far as the eye can see, around Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan, Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010. (AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
    • A boy sits on a bed as his family members salvage belongings from their destroyed house in Pabbi, Pakistan on August 5, 2010. (REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood )
    • Flood victims line up to collect relief supplies from the Army in Nowshera, Pakistan on August 2, 2010. Islamist charities, some with suspected ties to militants, stepped in on Monday to provide aid for Pakistanis hit by the worst flooding in memory, piling pressure on a government criticized for its response to the disaster that has so far killed more than 1,000 people. (REUTERS/Adrees Latif)
    • A Pakistani worker pushes back flood-stricken women who are trying to enter a relief center to get food supplies on the outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
    • Families set in for the evening in their makeshift tent homes located on a median strip after having abandoned their flood- destroyed homes, on August 3, 2010 in Pabi, Pakistan. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
    • Children, whose families have declined to be rescued, wade in rising flood waters on August 6, 2010 in the village of Panu Akil, near Sukkur, Pakistan. Rescue workers and armed forces continued rescue operations evacuating thousands in Pakistan's heartland province of Sindh. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
    • Residents evacuate to safety in a flood-hit area of Nowshera, Pakistan on July 30, 2010. (A. MAJEED/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Onlookers perched on a damaged bridge watch a flood survivor use a rope to cross the river in Chakdara in Pakistan's Swat Valley on August 3, 2010. (STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images
    • A young flood survivor cools herself with water at a makeshift camp in Nowshera, Pakistan on August 5, 2010. (FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty Images)
    • A Pakistan army helicopter evacuates stranded villagers in Nowshera, Pakistan on Friday, July 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
    • A family takes refuge on top of a mosque while awaiting rescue from flood waters in Sanawa, a town located in the Muzaffar Ghar district of Pakistan's Punjab province on August 5, 2010. (REUTERS/Stringer )
    • A woman yells as her child is evacuated from the roof of a mosque where residents were taking refuge from flood waters in Sanawa, Pakistan on August 5, 2010. (REUTERS/Stringer)
    • A man tries to cross a makeshift bridge to escape his flooded home in Nowshera, Pakistan on July 31, 2010. (REUTERS/Adrees Latif)
    • Residents stand by flood water that entered a residential area of Muzaffarabad, Pakistan on July 30, 2010. (SAJJAD QAYYUM/AFP/Getty Images)
    • A family being rescued by army soldiers passes a cargo truck with men on top taking shelter from heavy floods in Nowshera, Pakistan on July 31, 2010. (REUTERS/Adrees Latif
    • An aerial view of a man and his animals surrounded by floodwater in Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan, flooded on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010. (AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
    • A presentation by Nubia Nubia_group@yahoo.fr http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Nubia_group/ ttp://www.facebook.com/NubiaGroup http://Nubiagroup.blogspot.com/ Pakistani women pray at sunset on the river Rabbi in Lahore on August 2. (AFP / Getty Images / Arif Ali)