Pakistan: Floods, Monsoon Season 2022 Activation Stats:
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This is in activation by the Asia Pacific Open Mapping Hub to support disaster response to the Floodings in Pakistan.
“NDMA also reported that in a period from 14 June to 03 July, at least 38 people have lost their lives and 59 have been injured across the country as a result of severe weather from the monsoon of this year. Furthermore 110 houses have been destroyed and 231 severely damaged.”
Context:“The floods caused by the monsoon rains since mid-June 2022 has affected Balochistan, Sindh, Gilgit-Baltistan, Punjab, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) provinces of Pakistan. According to the official figures (NDMA, SIT-REP No.076) the massive floods have so far claimed 1,061 lives and injured 1,575 people. The estimated number of affected people is around 30 million, and around 1 million houses are totally or partially damaged leaving behind millions in need of urgent shelter.”
Source: Pakistan Red CrescentTurkish Red Crescent
Event Name:Pakistan: Floods, Monsoon Season 2022
GDACS Alert Lvl:Red (2.5)
Location:Balochistan, Sindh, Gilgit-Baltistan, Punjab, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Geographic Scope: Country
Estimated Humanitarian Impact: death: 1061, displaced: 215 997, injured: 1575
Estimated Duration: Months
Event Scope: Major
Local Contacts: OSM Pakistan
Anticipated Needs: Basemap Improvement
Request(s): Support to map the area
Need for Activation: Likely
Active Orgs: Asia Pacific Open Mapping Hub
Lead Orgs:Asia Pacific Open Mapping Hub
Context:”- 116 districts affected, including 66 districts officially declared ‘calamity hit’.
At least 937 people killed and 1,343 people injured since 14 June.
Rainfall nationwide is 2.87 times higher than the national 30-year average, with some provinces receiving more than five times as much rainfall as their 30-year average.
The Government of Pakistan has earmarked PKR 35 billion (ca. US$173 million) to aid flood-affected people under the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), among other assistance.
Humanitarian partners are providing aid for flood-affected people even as weather and ground conditions inhibit access.
The humanitarian situation is expected to worsen as communities and infrastructure are increasingly unable to cope with ongoing heavy rainfall”
Source: Pakistan: 2022 Monsoon Floods - Situation Report No. 03: As of 26 August 2022, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Here is the list of projects to map the affected area: