The Flood affectees by the numbers

1300+

People Dead from flood in Pakistan 2022.

33 mil

More than 33 million is affected population

110+

Affected districts from flood

1600+

have been injured from flood since June

325,000

Houses have been destroyed since June

733,000

Houses have been damaged since June

735,000

Livestock lost from flood since June

2.5 m

2.5+ million Acres of crops affected

170+

Bridges have been destroyed since June

3,500km

Roads have been destroyed since June

Monsoon rains have caused devastating floods in Pakistan, leaving millions homeless, destroying buildings, bridges and roads and leaving vast swathes of the country under water.

Flash floods and landslides along the Indus and Kabul rivers have left more than 1,000 dead and 1,600 injured - with the southern districts of Balochistan and Sindh worst-affected.

Pakistan has been enduring severe monsoon weather since June 2022. As of 1 September, rainfall in the country is equivalent to 2.9 times the national 30-year average. This has caused widespread flooding and landslides, with severe repercussions for human lives, property and infrastructure. To date, 80 districts across Pakistan have been declared ‘calamity hit’ by the Government of Pakistan. These numbers remain dynamic given the ongoing rains, and the number of calamity-declared districts is expected to increase.
Southern and central Pakistan have been most affected, particularly Balochistan and Sindh provinces. Balochistan has received 5.35 times its 30-year average rainfall as of 1 September, while Sindh’s is 5.6 times its 30-year average. Hill torrents occurred in Balochistan, Sindh and south Punjab, while most districts of Sindh were inundated, with water unlikely to recede soon.
The Government of Pakistan is leading the humanitarian response for people in the affected areas, supported by the UN and humanitarian partners. The Government is working to ensure aid for some 33 million people who will require some form of assistance. To complement this effort, the UN and the international humanitarian community aim to support and protect some 5.2 million people in Pakistan over the next six months under the 2022 Pakistan Floods Response Plan.

Pakistan Flood 2022 Report

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Urgent Help Needed

Immediate Relief Needed for the flood affectees

Pakistan Flood 2022 Fundraisers

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Fundraisers Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Fundraisers Punjab

Fundraisers Sindh

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FloodLight stats by the numbers

Total Flooded Areas so far added
220
Total Medical Camps so far added
85
Total Relief Needed so far added
162
Total Shelters so far added
108
Total Fundraisers so far added
123
Total Relief Collection Points so far added
99
Total Govt. Data on the Water Flow
Total Closed / Damaged Roads so far added
18
Total Vendor List so far added

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