Pakistan is facing the biggest climate disaster in recent years...
While the floods affected the lives of 33 million people, 1,314 people died, including 458 children.
In the country that experienced famine before the flood and was worried about hunger; Food production could drop more than feared as Lake Manchar floods.
IBC Emergency Relief teams started to work in the region to meet the food and shelter needs of approximately 2000 families. At the same time, it continues its activities for the reconstruction of the settlements and the access of the people to clean water.
Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar describes the situation as an "apocalyptic crisis", while the UN states that due to the shortage of drinking water in the country, we may be faced with a more catastrophic picture than the loss of life in the flood.
There is concern that the balance sheet will worsen in the country, which has lost about 12 million dollars.