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Duration2003/07/22 The southern and southwestern parts of Pakistan have been struggling from the effects of floods due to above normal monsoon rains during the last two weeks, especially from the second round of monsoon rains that started on 22 July 2003. Sindh and Balochistan provinces are bearing the brunt of the floods.
Country or DistrictPakistan

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others
OCHA Situation Report No.3 2003/08/08
Dead: more than 230 people

(Sindh Province / Balochistan Province)
Villages affected: 3,422 / 4,151
Persons killed: 154 / 41
Persons injured: 249 / more than 200
Persons affected: 859,926 / 236,800
Camps established: 319 with 65,498 persons / N/a

(Sindh Province / Balochistan Province)
Houses destroyed: 48,283 / N/a
Houses damaged: 94,375 / 24,000

(Sindh Province / Balochistan Province)
Cattle killed: 9,336 / 10,900
Standing crops destroyed/damaged: 343,188 acres / 126,000 acres

OCHA Situation Report No.2 2003/08/05
Dead: 222 people

BBC news 2003/07/31
Dead: more than 100 poeple

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