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The estimated cost of the humanitarian response going into 2023 is USD 51.5 billion, a 25 per cent increase compared to the beginning of 2022. "Humanitarian needs are shockingly high, as this year's extreme events are spilling into 2023," said UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffith
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The faulty water management system with large-scale abstraction without management and sufficient recharge in Pakistan has resulted in the frequent occurrence of natural disasters like floods and drought.
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Signalling potential for major breakthrough at the climate summit, Negotiators at the UN's COP27 climate summit have reached a tentative agreement to establish a loss and damage fund for nations vulnerable to climate disasters.
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Akbar Laghari, Secretary Education, submitted the report to the court in response to the case of 'giving free education to children from between 5 years to 16 years' in Sindh.
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The floods affected 33 million people and more than 1,730 lost their lives. They are particularly impacting the poorest and most vulnerable districts. The situation is still evolving, with flood waters stagnant in many areas, causing water-borne and vector-borne diseases to spread, and more
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Losses due to devastating floods in Pakistan have surpassed USD 30 Billion in the country as the monsoon rains have washed away roads, crops, infrastructure and bridges, killing over 1,000 people and affecting more than 33 million
Farmers have warned of protests in Pakistan as agricultural land and standing crops in Balochistan and Sindh had been destroyed due to devastating floods in the country which have added to the economic miseries of the people.
The International Monetary Fund has called on Pakistan to impose additional taxes worth PKR 600 billion
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Islamabad [Pakistan], October 23 (ANI): In the aftermath of the devastating floods in Pakistan, health facilities are reporting alarming levels of severe acute malnutrition among children in affected areas, UNICEF has warned.
Islamabad [Pakistan], October 22 (ANI): At a time when the Pakistani economy is faltering and people are hit by diseases and hunger after unprecedented floods, the country in a misplaced priority saga is busy sourcing fighter jet-related packages from the US, media reports.
Islamabad [Pakistan], October 21 (ANI): Due to devastating floods and faulty country politics, around 15-16 per cent of citizens of Pakistan are reeling under food insecurity and the situation continues to get worse with every passing day.
Islamabad [Pakistan], October 19 (ANI): Battered by the unprecedented floods, cash-strapped Pakistan is looking for additional funds to rebuild the country after the natural disaster pushed its economy to the brink.