Flood in Pakistan 2010

Flood in Pakistan 2010

The deadliest weather related disaster of 2010 is continuing to unfold in Pakistan since July 29, 2010, where heavy monsoon rains have triggered flooding that has left over 1,500 people dead. The death toll may reach in the thousands as flooding has spread throughout the country and countless are missing due to flash floods and landslides.  On top of this, more monsoon rains and flooding are on the way according to Pakistan meteorological department which may continue till end of August.

Millions of homes in thousands of villages and towns have been destroyed.  According to  reports, over 20 Million people have been affected by this disaster – more than the 2004 Indonesia Tsunami, 2005 Pakistan Earthquake, and 2010 Haiti Earthquake combined and destruction is increasing each day.

Infrastructure such as dams, power stations, roads, bridges, schools, agriculture wells, and drinking water hand pumps have been severely damaged or destroyed.


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