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  • 1. PakistanFloods 2010
  • 2. FLOOD Devastation


    Pakistan Floods are the worst disaster I have ever seen. It is much beyond
    anyone’s imagination.
    Ban Ki-Moon - UN Chief
  • 3. Pakistan Flood
    Affected Areas
  • 4. 79 of the 124
    districts
    affected
  • 5. Affected area
    at least
    1000 kmlong
    Source : BBC
  • 6. 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
  • 7. More than
    20 million
    people
    affected
  • 8. 1700
    killed
    and more than
    2300
    people injured
  • 9. 1.2 million
    homes
    destroyed
    Source : UN
  • 10. NO LAND
    to stand
  • 11. 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
  • 12. Access
    is the
    biggest challenge
  • 13. More than
    1 million
    People stranded
    Source : UN
  • 14. More than
    60,000
    stranded
    rescued by
    Pakistan Army
    Source : The DAWN
  • 15. people
    even resorted to
    drinking
    floodwater
    Source : BBC
  • 16. More than
    4.5 Million
    people
    without shelter
    The biggest challenge
    for the emergency
    services is access
  • 17. More than
    3.7 Million
    Children at risk of
    contacting water
    borne diseases
  • 18. 1.8 Million
    children in
    need of
    urgent medical
    assistance
  • 19. More than
    8.5 million
    children
    affected
  • 20. NDMA
    and
    Pak Army leading
    rescue
    & relief efforts
  • 21. “Our last food was a small packet of rice yesterday.
    15 of us shared that.”
    Mukhtar Ali – Flood Victim
  • 22. Long queues
    at relief camps
    Source : BBC
  • 23. Pakistan Army
    distributing food
    (ready to eat)
    and medicines
  • 24. More than
    200,000
    elderly people
    affected by
    floods
    Source : BBC
  • 25. More than
    200
    hospitals and
    517
    health facilities
    damaged
  • 26. Pakistan Army
    providing health services
  • 27. More than
    759,952
    children
    need intravenous
    IV fluids
  • 28. More than
    10,600
    Schools affected
  • 29. More than
    210,000
    expected to be born
    in the next six months
  • 30. 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
  • 31. Over
    54,000
    Pakistan Army troops
    busy in rescue
    Source : The DAWN
  • 32. Thousands
    continue to flee
    their homes
    Source : The DAWN
  • 33. Extreme
    shortage
    of food, shelter and
    medicines
    Source : The DAWN
  • 34. Disease &
    malnutrition
    are the biggest threats
    Source : The DAWN
  • 35. $2.8 billion
    agricultural loss
  • 36. $1.4 million
    acres of crops
    washed away
  • 37. $3,387,500 billion
    railway
    damage
  • 38. Up to
    $ 6 billion
    damage of
    infrastructure,
    life stock and
    crops
  • 39. $15,183,367 loss
    to Water and
    Power Development
    Authority
  • 40. $43billion
    estimated total
    damage
  • 41. $200 million
    needed for recovery
    and relief
  • 42. $1billion
    needed to repair key infrastructure
  • 43. Pakistan Army
    engineers are opening roads and
    Building bridges
  • 44. 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
  • 45. $954 million pledged by donors
    and only
    $143 million received
  • 46. Pledge
    your support to
    Pakistan
  • 47. 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