Enviroment and Animal Rights
23 INGOs get nod to work in flood-hit areas amid call...
The government has granted permission to 23 INGOs to work for relief and rehabilitation of flood victims, amid a call for lifting a ban on the relief organsiations expelled from the country in 2018.
‘ غذائی تحفظ ہمارے پروجیکٹ کا اہم مقصد ہے:...
کیپشن ایک طرف سیلاب کے باعث غذائی بحران کا خدشہ منڈلا رہا ہے جب کہ دوسری طرف راوی اربن ڈویلپمنٹ اتھارٹی نے فیروزوالا میں کئی ایکڑ پر کھڑی فصلیں ہیوی مشینری چلا کر تباہ کر ڈالی ہیں _ روڈا کے مطابق بڑے مقصد کے لئے تھوڑی سی فصل کو تباہ کرنے کا جواز موجود تھا
Tank’s unsung heroes
September 6, 2022 By Farooq Mehsud TANK Amidst the relief efforts across Pakistan made by provincial authorities, non-government organizations (NGOs) and the Pakistan Army, nothing can beat...
KP floods cut off northern areas’ road links with country
The northern areas of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa including Malakand and Hazara divisions, and Gilgit-Baltistan have been cut off from the lower regions due to the floods.
Thousands stranded in flood-hit villages of Kacha areas in Rajanpur
Thousands of residents in villages in Kacha area of Rajanpur remained stranded amid floods while some of them are evacuating on their own on locally built boats which are at risk of collapse due to the overloading of belongings and people fleeing the flood-hit region.
Stranded kacha area inhabitants await government relief
Stranded inhabitants of Kacha areas along the borders of Rahim Yar Khan and Rajanpur districts await government relief as floodwater begins surrounding them.
“31 out of 34 districts in Balochistan affected by floods”
PDMA Balochistan reports that 31 out of the province's 34 districts have been badly affected by monsoon-related disasters.
A Drowning Nation – Flood destruction across Pakistan
Balach Nowsherwani tragically drowned while attempting to save a minor who fell into a karez inundated with rainwater. The two are yet more casualties of an ongoing natural disaster.
Hundreds killed, thousands displaced in flood-hit Balochistan
The death toll from Balochistan floods and rains has reached a worrying 136, while at least 13,000 homes have been destroyed leaving thousands displaced and without shelter.