Emergency Medical Care for Flood Victims

Aug 22, 2011

Local Teams on Alert with 2nd Wave of Flooding

International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps

Recent heavy rains in Southern Sindh have caused flooding in six districts affected by the massive 2010 Pakistan Floods Disaster.  Early estimates indicate that the recent flooding, which damaged crops and homes, has already affected more than 30,000 people. 

Our teams - which were already deployed and delivering services at government health facilities throughout the region since October 2010 - are assessing needs and responding.  They will continue to provide health services as needed by local communities and monitor ongoing needs as rains are expected to continue.

We will keep you updated should this crisis escalate in the coming weeks. 


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Chessa Latifi

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Map of Emergency Medical Care for Flood Victims