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Flood in Pakistan 2010 - part3

  1. Flood in PAKISTAN –2010 The floods affected some 20 million people - They need our Help – PLEASE DONATE Funds or whatever you can to Non-Governemental and non-extremist organisations
  2. Flood victims get food in the heart of humanitarian assistance in Sukkur, Pakistan. Organization of Islamic Conference appealed to Member States and the world community to help Pakistan. (Rizwan Tabassum / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
  3. Pakistani flood survivor children sleep outside their makeshift tent set-up on the mid-section of a main highway in Camp Karoon, near Nowshera, Pakistan on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. The floods have affected 20 million people and about one-fifth of Pakistan's territory, straining its civilian government as it also struggles against al-Qaida and Taliban violence. Aid groups and the United Nations have complained that foreign donors have not been quick or generous enough given the scale of the disaster. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
  4. An elderly woman cradles an infant as flood-affected Pakistanis return home to Bassera village in Punjab province on August 19, 2010 as floodwaters A Pakistani flood survivor carries his son as he evacuate sthe flooded area of Shah recede. The United Nations on August 19 estimated 4.6 million people are Jamal on August 18, 2010. Pakistan faces economic catastrophe after the devastating still without shelter after Pakistan's devastating floods, tripling its target floods that have wiped out farmland and ruined infrastructure, with feared losses of number for assistance as it prepared to drum up more aid. AFP PHOTO/ billions of dollars likely to set back growth by years. TOPSHOTS/AFP BANARAS KHAN (Photo credit should read BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty PHOTO/Banaras KHAN (Photo credit should read BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty Images) Images)
  5. A flood survivor carrying relief goods walks past toppled vehicles in Muzaffargarh district, Punjab province, Pakistan, Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. Weeks after massive downpours first battered northern Pakistan, submerging tens of thousands of square miles, killing about 1,500 people and leaving millions homeless, those floodwaters are still sweeping downriver and through the south, adding one more layer of misery to people long accustomed to hardship. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
  6. Flood survivors negotiate a flooded road at Muzaffargarh, in central Pakistan on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. The floods have affected 20 million people and about one-fifth of Pakistan's territory, straining its civilian government as it struggles against al-Qaida and Taliban violence. Aid groups and the United Nations have complained foreign donors have not been quick or generous enough given the scale of the disaster. (AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
  7. A flood survivor throws a water bottle on a passing truck as they climb on a truck donating relief goods to victims along a flooded area in Muzaffargarh, Punjab province, Pakistan, Wednesday Aug. 18, 2010. Militants exploiting the flooding chaos in Pakistan clashed with police overnight, authorities said, as desperately needed international donations for the millions of victims picked up pace three weeks after the deluge began. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
  8. A girl eats food as she looks out from her tent at a camp for flood-affected people on the outskirts of Sukkur, southern Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010. The floodwaters that have ravaged Pakistan will not recede fully until the end of August, the country's top meteorologist said, a grim forecast for the more than 20 million people living homeless or otherwise affected by the deluge. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  9. Pakistani flood survivors gather for food at the distribution point of an Air Force relief camp in Sukkur on August 17, 2010. Pakistan's UN envoy in Geneva said on August 17 that reconstruction in the north of the country alone could cost 2.5 billion daollars, after floods in the south ravaged an area "the size of England." TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
  10. A female Pakistani flood survivor blows on a fire as she makes bread on high ground in the flooded area of Pathan Wala on August 16, 2010. Pakistan's devastating floods are now threatening ancient archeological sites, on top of leaving millions of people dependent on humanitarian aid to survive, an antiquities official said. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN (Photo credit should read BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  11. A Pakistan family use plastic sheeting to protect themselves from rain as they wait for transport to evacuate them area along a road in Shekarpur, Pakistan on Monday, Aug. 16, 2010. Angry flood survivors in Pakistan blocked a highway to protest slow delivery of aid and heavy rain lashed makeshift housing Monday as a forecast of more flooding increased the urgency of the massive international relief effort. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  12. Pakistani flood survivors wait their turn for food distribution by The Al-furqane Foundation Trust at a camp in Nowshera on August 16, 2010. Pakistan's devastating floods are now threatening ancient archeological sites, on top of leaving millions of people dependent on humanitarian aid to survive, an antiquities official said. AFP PHOTO/A. MAJEED (Photo credit should read A Majeed/AFP/Getty Images)
  13. Pakistani flood survivors shift their belongings to safer areas on Monday, Aug. 16, 2010 in Khangarh near Multan, Pakistan. Angry flood survivors in Pakistan blocked a highway to protest slow delivery of aid and heavy rain lashed makeshift housing Monday as a forecast of more flooding increased the urgency of the massive international relief effort. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
  14. Pakistani flood survivors play on a high ground at the flooded area of Pathan Wala on August 15, 2010. UN chief Ban Ki-moon on August 15, pledged to speed up international aid for as many as 20 million people hit by Pakistan's floods, warning that the "heart- wrenching" disaster was far from over. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / Banaras KHAN (Photo credit should read BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  15. A Pakistanis displaced woman prepares dinner at a camp of flood affected people at Razzakabad outskirt of Karachi on August 15, 2010. The United Nations has appealed for 460 million dollars to deal with the immediate aftermath of the floods but has warned that billions will be required in the long term with villages, businesses, crops and infrastructure wiped out. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / Asif HASSAN (Photo credit should read ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  16. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon talks to children at a camp during his visit to flood affected areas in Muzaffargarh, in central Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010.. Ban says he has never seen a disaster as bad as the flooding in Pakistan. Ban is urging foreign donors to speed up assistance to the some 20 million people affected. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)
  17. This photograph taken from an army helicopter shows Pakistani flood affected victims wait for rescue in the remote town Jhat Pat on August 15, 2010. The United Nations has appealed for 460 million dollars to deal with the immediate aftermath of the floods but has warned that billions will be required in the long term with villages, businesses, crops and infrastructure wiped out. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images)
  18. Pakistani flood survivors lead their cattle through water as they evacuate Khangarh on August 14, 2010. Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said 20 million people had been affected by the worst floods in the country's history as the UN confirmed the first cholera case. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN (Photo credit should read BANARAS KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  19. A flood survivor wades through mud as he salvages belongings in Azakhel, near Nowshera, northwest Pakistan, Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010. A case of the deadly waterborne disease cholera has been confirmed in Pakistan's flood-ravaged northwest, and aid workers expect there to be more, the U.N. said Saturday. The discovery came as new flood surges hit the south and the prime minister said the deluge has made 20 million people homeless. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
  20. A Pakistani girl displaced by floods smiles at a photographer at a tent city set up by the government by a motorway in Sukkur on August 14, 2010. Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said 20 million people had been affected by the worst floods in the country's history as the UN confirmed the first cholera case. Independence Day celebrations were cancelled as floods continued to bring misery to millions and aid agencies warned of a "second wave" of deaths from disease. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images)
  21. An aerial view shows Rohjan area in southern Pakistan flooded on Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010. The deadly, waterborne disease cholera has surfaced in flood-ravaged northwest of Pakistan, the U.N. confirmed Saturday, adding to the misery of 20 million people the government says have been made homeless by the disaster. A fresh surge of floodwater swelled the Indus River, threatening previously spared cities and towns in the south.(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
  22. Pakistani flood affected villagers sit in the rubble of their houses, in Aza Kheil near Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Aug. 13, 2010. International aid for Pakistani flood victims is coming in slowly compared to other recent disasters despite the massive number of people affected and the potential for dire economic consequences in a country key to Western hopes in the fight against Islamist extremists. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)
  23. A Pakistani flood survivor sleeps on a hammock in a flooded area of Shah Jamal village on August 13, 2010. Water levels receded in Pakistan but survivors of record floods endured grim conditions in makeshift tent cities, as the UN appealed for 460 million dollars in urgent foreign aid. Pakistan's government says 14 million people face direct or indirect harm from the floods. The United Nations believes 1,600 people have died in the floods, while Pakistan has confirmed 1,243 deaths. AFP PHOTO/ Arif ALI (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
  24. Mokar, a flood-affected Pakistani child, eats bread in the compounds of a college converted to a camp by the Pakistani Army on the outskirts of Nowshera on August 12, 2010. Water levels receded in Pakistan on August 12 but survivors of record floods endured grim conditions in makeshift tent cities, as the UN appealed for 460 million dollars in urgent foreign aid. Pakistan's government says 14 million people face direct or indirect harm from the floods. The United Nations believes 1,600 people have died in the floods, while Pakistan has confirmed 1,243 deaths. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI (Photo credit should read BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)
  25. Pakistani villagers flee their homes due to heavy flooding in Basera near Muzaffargarh, in central Pakistan on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010. Pakistan estimates 13.8 million people are affected by the floods and will need short-term aid or long-term assistance to recover. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
  26. Pakistani villagers chase relief supplies dropped from a Pakistani navy helicopter at a flooded area of Ghaus Pur near Sukkur, in Pakistan's Sindh province, Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010. The U.N., relying on Pakistani figures, said the number of people affected by flooding over the past two weeks is 13.8 million, more than the combined total of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake, although the death toll in each of those disasters was much higher than the 1,500 people killed in the floods. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  27. Pakistani villager Rasool Bux and his cattle wade through the floodwater to safe area in Alipur near Sukkar on Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010. The U.N., relying on Pakistani figures, says the number of people affected by flooding over the past two weeks is 13.8 million _ more than the combined total of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake, although the death toll in each of those disasters was much higher than the 1,500 people killed in the floods.(AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  28. Pakistani army soldiers carry newly born twin boys of Zahida Perween, who delivered her twins on the road, from a helicopter to an ambulance to take them to the hospital in Sunawa at the Muzaffar Gar area in Punjab province on August 9, 2010. Around 13.8 million people have been affected by massive floods in Pakistan, making the scale of the disaster worse than the devastating 2004 tsunami, a UN official said. TOPSHOTS /AFP PHOTO/ARIF ALI (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
  29. An aerial view from a Pakistani army rescue helicopter shows flood survivors take refuge on an embankment in the flood-affected area of Ghouspur about 100 km from Sukkur on August 9, 2010. Around 13.8 million people have been affected by massive floods in Pakistan, making the scale of the disaster worse than the devastating 2004 tsunami, a UN official said. AFP PHOTO/ASIF HASSAN (Photo credit should read ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  30. An aerial view from a Pakistan army rescue helicopter shows residents in a flood-affected area on the outskirts of Sukkur on August 9, 2010. Around 13.8 million people have been affected by massive floods in Pakistan, making the scale of the disaster worse than the devastating 2004 tsunami, a UN official said. AFP PHOTO/ASIF HASSAN (Photo credit should read ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)
  31. A flood affected man rest next to his belongings recovered from the rubble of a collapsed house in Azakhel near Nowshera, Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 8, 2010. Pakistan will need billions of dollars to recover from its worst floods in history, further straining a country already dependent on foreign aid to prop up its economy and back its war against Islamist militants, the U.N. said. (A{P Photo/Anjum Naveed)
  32. Najma Bibi, a Pakistani flood affected woman, lies with her newborn child at a hospital in Sukkur on August 19, 2010. Hundreds of thousands of Pakistanis remain without food and shelter as the UN prepared to meet on August 19 to drum up aid for the flood- stricken nation amid criticism of the slow pace of the relief effort. Foreign aid has begun reaching some of the 20 million flood victims, but thousands are still exposed to the elements and desperately short of food and medicine, with concerns growing over the health of displaced survivors. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/ RIZWAN TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
  33. Flood survivors carry relief goods along a flooded area in Muzaffargarh, Punjab province, in Pakistan on Wednesday Aug. 18, 2010. Militants exploiting the flooding chaos in Pakistan clashed with police overnight, authorities said, as desperately needed international donations for the millions of victims picked up pace three weeks after the deluge began. (AP Photo / Aaron Favila)
  34. A boy receives relief food at a camp for flood affected people on the outskirt of Sukkur, in southern Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug 18, 2010. The floodwaters that have ravaged Pakistan will not recede fully until the end of August, the country's top meteorologist said, a grim forecast for the more than 20 million people living homeless or otherwise affected by the deluge. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  35. Girls queue for food at a camp for people displaced by floods on the outskirts of Sukkur, southern Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug 18, 2010. The floodwaters that have ravaged Pakistan will not recede fully until the end of August, the country's top meteorologist said, a grim forecast for the more than 20 million people living homeless or otherwise affected by the deluge. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  36. A girl receives relief food at a camp for flood affected people on the outskirt of Sukkur, in southern Pakistan on Wednesday, Aug 18, 2010. The floodwaters that have ravaged Pakistan will not recede fully until the end of August, the country's top meteorologist said, a grim forecast for the more than 20 million people living homeless or otherwise affected by the deluge. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  37. People with pots stand in queue to get relief food at a camp for flood-affected people on the outskirts of Sukkur, southern Pakistan, Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010. The floodwaters that have ravaged Pakistan will not recede fully until the end of August, the country's top meteorologist said, a grim forecast for the more than 20 million people living homeless or otherwise affected by the deluge. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  38. A flood-affected Pakistani waits for transport after receiving food in Pathan Wala on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN
  39. Flood-affected Pakistanis evacuate an area of Pathan Wala on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN
  40. Flood-affected Pakistanis sit on high ground in Pathan Wala on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN
  41. Flood-displaced Pakistanis receive food at a distribution point at an Air force relief camp in Sukkur on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM
  42. Flood-displaced Pakistanis receive food at a distribution point at an Air force relief camp in Sukkur on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM
  43. Flood-displaced Pakistanis rush towards a food distribution point at an Air force relief camp in Sukkur on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM
  44. Flood-affected Pakistanis children look on from their shelter in Bassera village on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN
  45. Pakistani soldiers pass on relief supplies to be loaded onto army trucks in Lahore on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Arif ALI
  46. Flood-affected Pakistanis sit on high ground in Pathan Wala on August 18, 2010. The Organisation of the Islamic Conference on August 18 called on member states and the international community to supply urgent aid to Pakistan, which is grappling with devastating floods. AFP PHOTO/Banaras KHAN
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  57. A flood victim holds damaged railway tracks while crossing the floodwaters to reach his village in Sultan Kot, in Pakistan's Sindh province, August 17, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
  58. An aerial view of the flooded Jafarabad district in Pakistan's Baluchistan province, August 17, 2010. REUTERS/Rizwan Saeed
  59. A flood victim holding her sibling during a downpour weeps after having rice, donated by passing vehicles, snatched from her as she took refuge roadside with thousands of other internally displaced in Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district of Punjab province, August 16, 2010. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
  60. Villagers use tractors and trucks to cross flood waters in Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district of Punjab province, August 16, 2010. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
  61. Residents evacuting through flood waters dodge an army truck carrying relief supplies for flood victims in Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district in Punjab province, August 11, 2010. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
  62. Flood victims crowd the back of a trailer while evacuating to higher grounds in Pakistan's Muzaffargarh district in Punjab province, August 11, 2010. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
  63. Two-year-old Nihar Bibi sits on ground along with livestock after fleeing from flood water with her family in Sukkur at Pakistan's Sindh province, August 9, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
  64. A recent undated image of flooding in the northwest Pakistan released by Merlin NGO on August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Merlin/Handout
  65. Flood victims look towards an Army helicopter while awaiting evacuation in the Muzaffargarh district of Pakistan's Punjab province, August 9, 2010. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
  66. Refugees waiting for food distribution
  67. A presentation by Nubia Nubia_group@yahoo.fr http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Nubia_group/ ttp://www.facebook.com/NubiaGroup http://Nubiagroup.blogspot.com/ The floods affected some 20 million people - They need our Help – PLEASE DONATE Funds or whatever you can to Non-Governemental and non-extremist organisations

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