Floods in Pakistan have affected some 33 million people and killed at least 1,314, including 458 children, Pakistan's National Disaster Management Agency said. Estimates suggest the floods have caused at least $10bn (8.5bn) of damage. One-third of Pakistan is now underwater. Unprecedented monsoon rains- the terrifying consequences of climate change- have caused devastating floods, affecting a staggering 33 MILLION PEOPLE (1 in 7 Pakistanis) and killing over 2,000 people so far.
Pakistan is facing one of its worst climate-induced natural disasters in years, as record torrential rainfall and melting glaciers in the country's northern mountains have caused devastating floods. Children are at risk of dying from the disease in Pakistan due to the shortage of clean water, warm clothes, and proper food items. Literally, one-third of Pakistan is underwater right now, which has exceeded every boundary, every norm we've seen in the past.
Akhuwat is working in the following flood-affected districts: Balochistan Duki, Gwadar, Killa Saifullah, Lasbela, Loralai, Mastung, Pishin, Quetta and Sibi Gilgit Baltistan Diamer, Ghanche, Ghizar, Gilgit and Nagar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chitral, D.I. Khan, Charsada, Lower Kohistan, Mardan, Nowshera and Swat Punjab D.G Khan and Rajanpur Sindh Badin, Ghotki, Hyder Abad,
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