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Pakistan flood death toll tops 1,000

Posted by feww on September 22, 2011

Flooding leaves more than 1,000 people dead, many injured, 700,000 displaced, 8.2 million affected

Flooding in Pakistan’s Sindh province has destroyed 1.5 million homes in more than 40,000 townships and villages destroying about 70 percent of region’s food stocks and 40 percent of the livestock.

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  • Sindh Province, Pakistan. Pakistan’s flood-related disasters continue to worsen. More than 1,000 people are known to have  perished, with many more injured, 700,000 displaced and 8.2 million affected.
    • Flooding has destroyed 1.5 million homes in more than 40,000 townships and villages destroying about 70 percent of regions food stocks and 40 percent of livestock.
    • More than 1.8 million hectares of crops have been destroyed/inundated and major roads are cut off.
    • Flooding has also polluted the sources for much of the region’s drinking water, including in the capital Karachi, reports said.
    • “At least 5 million surviving animals are at risk, lacking feed and shelter and facing increased exposure to debilitating diseases and worm infestations,” the UNOCHA said.

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