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Duration2020/08/10 Following monsoon rainfall in Pakistan, the number of casualties and damage is increasing, with swelling rivers damaging crops, houses and infrastructure. As of 10 August 2020, 68 people died and 21 have been injured.
Country or DistrictPakistan

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  • UNOCHA 2020/09/08
    As monsoon rains continue to batter different parts of Pakistan, casualties have risen to over 230 people and 170 people being injured. Sindh is the most impacted province with some 2.27 million people being affected.
  • IFRC 2020/08/15
    According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Situation Report No.13 as of 13 August 2020, heavy monsoon rainfall has caused flooding and damages in Baluchistan and Sindh provinces over the last few days. The report indicates that as of date 82 people have lost their lives and 28 injuries, while 873 houses are fully damaged while 186 partially damaged.
  • ECHO 2020/08/11
    According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), as of 10 August; 68 people died, 21 have been injured and almost 300 houses have been destroyed or damaged.
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