Ash Air Donation to support Flood Relief Activities in Pakistan
To date, more than 1.14 million houses have been damaged and over 765,000 houses have been destroyed across the country, according to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), while over 1,500 deaths and more than 12,800 injuries were recorded since mid-June, including 552 children killed and over 4,000 children injured. More than 5,500 undamaged schools are reportedly being used to shelter people who have been displaced. Another 22,000 schools have reportedly been damaged – over 17,400 in Sindh, over 2,300 in Balochistan, over 1,400 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and some 1,250 in Punjab.
Nearly 2 million houses have been impacted by the devastated floods as of 19 September, with 788,000 houses partially destroyed and 7.8 million fully destroyed. In addition, some 12,700 km of roads were damaged, and more than 370 bridges were partially damaged or destroyed. In total, 1,559 people have died, and 12,850 have suffered injuries due to the devastating floods.
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