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Worst flood of 2022: Pakistan! Monsoon rain does not stop

Sep 02, 2022

Worst flood of 2022: Pakistan! Monsoon rain does not stop

pakistan

26 august

2022

in 220 million

pakistan

at least 33 million people are affected by devastating

flood

s yes you heard that right 33 million in the south asian nation since mid-june torrential

rain

and

flood

ing have claimed 940 lives unprecedented and the biggest humanitarian disaster of this decade

flood

s, at which

Pakistan

is currently experiencing its eighth

monsoon

cycle, when the nation normally experiences only three to four of the alarmingly high proportions of super-tidal currents, with 23 districts considered to have been hit by a disaster , gas and internet was severely restricted. In the province, the

rain

has increased by over 500 percent, since Thursday morning, most of the districts of Quetta were without gas and electricity, the provincial disaster management agency and the

Pakistan

i army are working to help those affected, but there is an urgent need for shelter and Relief efforts due to the growing number of people made homeless or resettled who are largely cut off from electricity, gas and the internet 100 000 tents in southern heavily water-affected Sindh state has asked for 1 million tents given its limited resources

pakistan

's top the priority now is to deal with this massive humanitarian disaster caused by climate change

pakistan

appeals to international community for help

pakistan

's prime minister sharif briefed foreign diplomats on friday on the problem and said his country is stepping up its reconstruction efforts to a he Increased resilience to
worst flood of 2022 pakistan monsoon rain does not stop
climate change as it is on the front line of climate change while having a relatively small carbon footprint, Essan Iqbal, the minister for planning and development, told Reuters that it affects 30 million people, around 15 percent of the Nearly 3 million people have been affected by the

monsoon

rain

s in

Pakistan

, with 185,000 relocated to relief camps across the nation, according to a report released Thursday by the office of the United Nations agency for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, according to a report released Thursday by the nation's financial difficulties , which

Pakistan

is facing will make financing and reconstruction more difficult. Over 82,000 homes have been partially or totally damaged and 150 kilometers, about 95 miles of highways have been damaged in the last 24 hours, more than 3,000 kilometers 1860 miles of highways 130 bridges and 495 000 homes have been damaged since the

monsoon

started in mid-June In the last It has been

rain

ing non-

stop

for three months The roof of the mud house is leaking, leaving people living in rickshaws with their children Several parts of

Pakistan

had received warnings of river

flood

ing and landslides, and heavy

rain

was forecast for the majority of the nation In the next two days thank you for watching the channel world is dangerous. See you in another video
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