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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

august 26,

2022

at 220 million

pakistan

devastating

flood

s have affected at least 33 million people yes you heard right 33 million in the south asian nation since mid-june torrential

rain

s and

flood

s have claimed an unprecedented 940 lives and the largest humanitarian catastrophe of this decade the

flood

s where

pakistan

is currently experiencing its eighth

monsoon

cycle when the nation typically only experiences three to four shockingly high rates of super torrent

flood

ing with 23 districts considered disaster struck sindh has received 784 percent more

rain

fall this The most affected regions have been the neighboring province of Balochistan, where Kweta's access to electricity, gas and internet has been severely limited in the province.
worst flood of 2022 pakistan monsoon rain does not stop

Rain

fall has increased by more than 500 percent since Thursday morning. authority and the

Pakistan

i army are working to help those affected, but there is an urgent need for shelter and relief due to the growing number of people who have been left homeless or relocated, who are largely without electricity, gas and the Internet has called 100,000 tents while south sindh state which has been severely affected by water has ordered 1 million tents due to its limited resources

pakistan

's top priority right now is to address this catastrophe massive humanitarian triggered by climate change

pakistan

appeals to international community for help

pakistan

's prime minister sharif briefed foreign diplomats on the problem on friday saying his nation should focus its rehabilitation efforts on becoming more resilient to change because it is on the front line of climate change and has a relatively low carbon footprint. short. 30 million people have been impacted, equivalent to about 15 percent of the South Asian nation's population, according to a report released Thursday by the office of the UN agency for the coordination of humanitarian affairs,

monsoon

rain

s in

pakistan

have affected almost 3 million people, 185,000 of whom have been relocated to relief camps across the country financial difficulties facing

pakistan

will hamper financing and reconstruction efforts over 82 000 houses suffered partial or total damage and 150 kilometers about 95 miles of roads were damaged in the last 24 hours more than 3,000 kilometers 1,860 miles of roads 130 bridges and 495,000 houses have been damaged since the

monsoon

began in mid-June during the last three months it has

rain

ed non-

stop

the roof of the adobe house is leaking so people live in rickshaws with their children for several sec

Pakistan

i nations had received alerts of river

flood

ing and landslides and heavy

rain

was forecast for most of the nation over the next two days thanks for watching the channel world is dangerous see you in another video
worst flood of 2022 pakistan monsoon rain does not stop
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