Content Update-Flood Impact Profiles added to Statistics (No. of people affected)

Sindh (As of 14 Sept. 2010)

At a glance:

  • An estimated 7 million people are affected.
  • 7,277 villages are affected.
  • 1,098,720 houses are damaged.
  • 199 deaths and 1,072 injuries are reported.

Breakdown of population affected by floods:

Khairpur: 345,900
Thatta: 878,000
Jamshoro: 250,000
Dadu: 980,000
Ghotki: 132,000
Sukkur: 247,913
Nawabshah: 78,000
Qambar Shahdad kot: 980,500
Kashmore: 615000
Naushahro Feroze: 148,000
Jaccobabad: 892,500
Shikarpur: 778,000
Larkana: 490,000
Matiari: 45,600
Tando Muhammad Khan: 36,578
Hyderabad: 90,500

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Punjab (As of 15 Sept. 2010)

Breakdown of population affected by floods:

Bhakkar: 27,866
D. G. Khan: 513,390
Khushab: 359,167
Layyah: 405,258
Mianwali: 705,580
Multan: 154,092
Muzaffargarh: 1,044,759
Rahim Yar Khan: 232,648
Rajanpur: 1,506,361
Jhang: 337,914

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (As of 15 Sept. 2010)

At a glance:

  • An estimated 3.8 million persons affected.
  • Over 200,000 homes destroyed or damaged; an estimated 786 schools used as shelters.

Breakdown of population affected by floods:

Bannu: 62,255
Batagram:11,904
Buner: 6,416
Charsadda: 574,550
Chitral: 79,044
D. I. Khan: 450,981
Hangu: 52,390
Haripur: 64,738
Karak: 58,211
Kohat: 44,247
Kohistan: 530,666
Lakki Marwat: 32,105
Lower Dir: 206,498
Malakand: 51,527
Mansehra: 26, 138
Mardan: 22,848
Nowshera: 71,221
Peshawar: 270,935
Shangla: 95,599
Swabi: 17,587
Swat: 725,319
Tank: 170,160
Upper Dir: 240,570

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Source(s):

  • United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
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