Shortages and Sickness in Flood-hit Pakistan: Deaths From Floods Cross 1,200 Mark!

Now, it is helping hundreds of sick people who have been hurt by the flooding in Pakistan. The country is struggling with a relief and rescue operation that is nearly the biggest it has ever seen.

Sindh, the province that was hit the hardest, is still unable to get to John by road.

Roshan Ali Khan is a doctor who works at the makeshift clinic that gives free care.

He says that it helps up to 800 people every day.

Floods have killed more than 1,200 people because of record monsoon rains and melting glaciers in the northern mountains.

 

And the number of deaths keeps going up.

On Saturday, September 3, 57 more people died, and 25 of them were children.

Climate change has been blamed for the floods, which flooded a third of the South Asian country.

Shortages and Sickness in Flood-hit Pakistan

People say that the lack of food is now their biggest worry.

This person says that all of the crops in the area have died.

Flood water is still blocking access to many places.

In Balochistan, the army of Pakistan is sending help by helicopter.

There has been a lot of damage in the province, including the washing away of important rail and road networks and problems with the power and phone systems.

Damage across the whole country has been estimated to be worth $10 billion.

Several countries have sent aid, but charities in Pakistan say that there are still millions of people who haven’t been reached by the aid and relief efforts.

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