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    • PakistanFloods 2010
    • FLOOD Devastation


      Pakistan Floods are the worst disaster I have ever seen. It is much beyond
      anyone’s imagination.
      Ban Ki-Moon - UN Chief
    • Pakistan Flood
      Affected Areas
    • 79 of the 124
      districts
      affected
    • Affected area
      at least
      1000 kmlong
      Source : BBC
    • FLOOD Devastation

      The number of people suffering from the massive floods in Pakistan
      exceeds 13 million (now 20 million)— more than the combined total of the
      2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010
      Haiti earthquake.
      .

      The United Nations
    • More than
      20 million
      people
      affected
    • 1700
      killed
      and more than
      2300
      people injured
    • 1.2 million
      homes
      destroyed
      Source : UN
    • NO LAND
      to stand
    • More than
      7.5 million
      people
      displaced
      More than
      4.5 Million
      people are
      without shelter
      The biggest challenge
      for the emergency
      services is access
    • Access
      is the
      biggest challenge
    • More than
      1 million
      People stranded
      Source : UN
    • More than
      60,000
      stranded
      rescued by
      Pakistan Army
      Source : The DAWN
    • people
      even resorted to
      drinking
      floodwater
      Source : BBC
    • More than
      4.5 Million
      people
      without shelter
      The biggest challenge
      for the emergency
      services is access
    • More than
      3.7 Million
      Children at risk of
      contacting water
      borne diseases
    • 1.8 Million
      children in
      need of
      urgent medical
      assistance
    • More than
      8.5 million
      children
      affected
    • NDMA
      and
      Pak Army leading
      rescue
      & relief efforts
    • “Our last food was a small packet of rice yesterday.
      15 of us shared that.”
      Mukhtar Ali – Flood Victim
    • Long queues
      at relief camps
      Source : BBC
    • Pakistan Army
      distributing food
      (ready to eat)
      and medicines
    • More than
      200,000
      elderly people
      affected by
      floods
      Source : BBC
    • More than
      200
      hospitals and
      517
      health facilities
      damaged
    • Pakistan Army
      providing health services
    • More than
      759,952
      children
      need intravenous
      IV fluids
    • More than
      10,600
      Schools affected
    • More than
      210,000
      expected to be born
      in the next six months
    • FLOOD Devastation


      I think by the time the disaster is over it will have been one of the worst on
      record.
      .
      Peter Walker-World Disasters Report
    • Over
      54,000
      Pakistan Army troops
      busy in rescue
      Source : The DAWN
    • Thousands
      continue to flee
      their homes
      Source : The DAWN
    • Extreme
      shortage
      of food, shelter and
      medicines
      Source : The DAWN
    • Disease &
      malnutrition
      are the biggest threats
      Source : The DAWN
    • $2.8 billion
      agricultural loss
    • $1.4 million
      acres of crops
      washed away
    • $3,387,500 billion
      railway
      damage
    • Up to
      $ 6 billion
      damage of
      infrastructure,
      life stock and
      crops
    • $15,183,367 loss
      to Water and
      Power Development
      Authority
    • $43billion
      estimated total
      damage
    • $200 million
      needed for recovery
      and relief
    • $1billion
      needed to repair key infrastructure
    • Pakistan Army
      engineers are opening roads and
      Building bridges
    • FLOOD Devastation


      Pakistan remains desperately short of the money it needs to cope with
      the huge floods that have devastated the country.
      .
      The United Nations
    • $954 million pledged by donors
      and only
      $143 million received
    • Pledge
      your support to
      Pakistan
    • FLOOD Devastation


      This is a long term affair; a two-year campaign. We have to consider that
      and keep that in mind. Waves of flood must be met with waves of support
      from the world.
      Ban Ki-Moon - UN Chief