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Pakistan Floods 2010 - Early Recovery Response & Needs





Pakistan Floods Damages & Losses


Flood Losses (as of 10 January 2011)                                                  Source: NDMA,PDMAs,GBDMA

Province

Deaths

Injured

Houses Damaged

Population Affected

Balochistan 54 104 75,596 700,000
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 1,156 1,198 284,990 3,800,000
Punjab 110 262 497,700 6,000,000
Sindh 411 1,235 876,249 7,274,250
P.A.K 71 87 7,106 200,000
Gilgit Baltistan 183 60 2,830 100,000
Total 1,985 2,946 1,744,471 18,074,250

The degree of severity to which people have been affected by the floods varies depending on their particular losses and damages. UN assessments have been launched in at least three provinces to identify severely affected families who require life-saving humanitarian assistance. The UN experts have identified 2.7 million people in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 5.3 million in Punjab and over 6 million in Sindh that are affected.

Pakistan/NDMA Floods Updates

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NDMA Flood Updates

Punjab

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Damage/Needs
Health

Sindh

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

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Damage/Needs
IDP Camps
Health

Balochistan

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Gilgit Baltistan

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F.A.T.A.

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