School for the flood hit children in Pakistan

by Fatima Memorial Hospital
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan

As many as 1,029 people have been killed by flash floods in monsoon seasons in the last three years across the country.

 

Around 1,297 people have been injured and 4.5 million affected in the flash floods in 2014, 2015 and 2016.

 

The highest number of deaths was recorded during 2014 when 367 people were killed and about 232 injured besides about 107,102 houses damaged and 4,065 villages affected.

The details shared the damages caused including deaths, injuries, homes, shops, villages, cattle and total population, and the measures taken by the government.

As per data, the monsoon impacted the lives of 2.53 million people in four provinces, including Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B). The local disaster management authorities evacuated about 683,930 people and about 518,715 patients were treated.

During 2014 the death ratio was highest in Punjab with 286 casualties and 512 injuries. About 100,000 houses were also damaged in the province. AJK was the second in terms of damages as lives of 56 civilians were lost with 111 injured followed by 13 deaths in G-B and 12 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).

In 2015 deaths of about 238 people were recorded with 232 people injured and about 1.5 million affected with higher damages in K-P – 109 deaths and 148 injured.

About 11,390 houses were damaged and 4,113 villages affected with 17 deaths in AJK; 15 in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and 12 in Balochistan.

Similarly, during the pre-monsoon rains of 2016 about 271 people were killed and 279 injured and this time again 157 deaths in the K-P, 38 in Fata. About 2,929 houses were damaged of which 1,927 were partially damaged and 1,002 completely destroyed.

Meanwhile, during the monsoon of 2016 about 153 deaths were reported and 113 injuries while about 1,456 houses were damaged. Again the K-P had the highest death toll of 69 followed by 29, 27 and 18 in Punjab, Fata and Balochistan, respectively.

Since the villages lost access to most of the facilities, Fatima Memorial Hospital took the initiative by establishing a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy.

 

Till date, we are still rebuilding the villages and we are continuously making efforts to reestablish the affected areas by providing education and basic necessities to the people. The primary motive of Fatima Memorial Hospital and NUR Foundation is to serve the community and we are committed to help the people who suffered during the floods.

 

In order to continue our efforts, we are dependent on your generous support in helping us rebuild the nation that has gone through so many difficulties.

 

We once again request you to continue your support during this rebuilding process.

 

Thank you.

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It’s been more than a year since the last flash floods hit Pakistan. The damage it did to the villages was immense and even today, rebuilding process continues and since there are lack of facilities, it is very difficult for the villagers to vacate and move to another location.

The devastating flash floods destroyed various parts of Pakistan, where at least 200 lost their lives and leading more than 300 injured. These floods destroyed more than 8,000 houses spreading into almost 3,000 villages.

Since the villages lost access to most of the facilities, Fatima Memorial Hospital took the initiative by establishing a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy.

Even today, we are continuously making efforts to rebuild the affected areas by providing education and necessities to the people. In order to continue our efforts, we are dependent on your generous support in helping us rebuild the nation that has gone through so many difficulties.

We once again request you to continue your support during this rebuilding process.

Thank you.

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The rain began bringing flooding to parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan-administered-Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan provinces as well as other parts of the country.

Pre-monsoon rains often cause damage in rural Pakistan and officials said locals had been warned to leave their villages for safer places. However, since there are lack of facilities for the villagers, therefore, for them to vacate their villages is next to impossible.

The flash floods destroyed various parts of Pakistan, at least 200 people had been killed and more than 300 injured. Besides, more than 8,000 houses and 3,006 villages had also been damaged by the floods.

As a result of which, Fatima Memorial Hospital established a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy. This happened after the devastating floods of 2010 which affected most of the country.

We are continuously striving to rebuild the affected areas by providing education and necessities to the people. For this very purpose, we are dependent on your generous support in helping us rebuild the nation that has gone through so many difficulties.

We once again request you to continue your support during this rebuilding process.

Thank you.

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The rain began bringing flooding to parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan-administered-Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan provinces as well as other parts of the country.

Pre-monsoon rains often cause damage in rural Pakistan and officials said locals had been warned to leave their villages for safer places. However, since there are lack of facilities for the villagers, therefore, for them to vacate their villages is next to impossible.

The flash floods destroyed various parts of Pakistan, at least 200 people had been killed and more than 300 injured. Besides, more than 8,000 houses and 3,006 villages had also been damaged by the floods.

As a result of which, Fatima Memorial Hospital established a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy. This happened after the devastating floods of 2010 which affected most of the country.

We are continuously striving to rebuild the affected areas by providing education and necessities to the people. For this very purpose, we are dependent on your generous support in helping us rebuild the nation that has gone through so many difficulties.

We once again request you to continue your support during this rebuilding process.

Thank you.

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Since the flash floods started ravaged various parts of the country, at least 200 people had been killed and more than 300 injured. Besides, more than 8,000 houses and 3,0006 villages had also been damaged by the floods.

 

Fatima Memorial Hospital established a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy. This happened after the devastating floods of 2010 which ravaged the country.

 

We are continuously striving to rebuild the affected areas by providing education and basic necessities to the people. For this very purpose, we require your support in helping us rebuild the nation that has gone through so much difficulties.

 

We thank and urge for continued support towards this project.

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Fatima Memorial Hospital

Location: Lahore, Punjab - Pakistan
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Arif Kabani
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan

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