Floods in Pakistan


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Pakistan: After responding to devastating floods in Dadu, MSF hands over medical activities to local health providers

In June 2022, extreme monsoon rains struck Pakistan and submerged more than one third of the country. The floods caused extensive destruction of crops and buildings, including health structures. People had to leave their unsafe homes and spend months living...

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Pakistan: The heartbreaking link between maternal and child malnutrition

Last year, scorching heat waves broke records across South Asia, with temperatures surpassing 50° in March and April. The unusually violent monsoon that followed triggered floods that killed over 1.700 people in Pakistan and ravaged communities. After the devastating weather...

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Pakistan: Flood emergency is far from over

Sindh, Pakistan: Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, is seeing alarmingly high numbers of patients with malaria and children with malnutrition among flood-affected communities it assists in Sindh and eastern Balochistan provinces, Pakistan.Catastrophic flooding began in...

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Pakistan: People are unable to return home and major health concerns remain months after the flooding

In has been more than three months since devastating floods caused vast damage across Pakistan and displaced millions, but only in recent weeks have waters started to recede and people been able to return home. Those returning to their villages...

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Pakistan Flood Update| October 2022

It has been seven weeks since the flood emergency was declared by the Government of Pakistan, calling on the international community for support. The heavy monsoon rains that started in June have inundated more than one third of Pakistan, with...

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Work in Pakistan (Flood Response)

Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is hiring multiple profiles for its flood response in Pakistan.Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Pakistan is looking for the following potential profiles (Pakistani Nationals Only) in various locations for its flood emergency response activities...

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