According to the National Flood Response Coordination Committee’s (NFRCC) most recent statistics, flooding across the nation has resulted in over 1,76,153 acres of crops being damaged, 4,66,366 dwellings being impacted, and over 2,16,974 livestock being reported dead.
The NFRCC reports that 1,17,356 homes were completely destroyed by the floods, while 1,60,460 homes were slightly affected.
The committee released information on flood damage nationwide, broken down by province. The NFRCC has declared that it will collaborate with other organisations to provide a low-cost rehabilitation programme for those who are affected.
2,328 dwellings in Punjab were completely destroyed, and 373 were moderately impacted by floods. Flooding caused damage to crops on 2208 acres and the death of 307 livestock.
Floods in KP caused damage to about 33,301 dwellings, 85 people to pass away, and at least 10,048 acres of crops. According to the NFRCC, at least 23,222 livestock were confirmed dead.
10,721 acres of crops, 3,603 livestock, and 26 lives were lost in Sindh. More than 14,967 dwellings were impacted by the flooding, 9,576 of which were totally demolished.
Over 3,90,201 dwellings are damaged in Balochistan, and floods are to blame for the deaths of 124 individuals. 1,33,994 houses were entirely destroyed, while 94,742 houses suffered minor damage.
1,57,954 acres of crops have been impacted, and 89,234 animal deaths attributed to flooding have been documented.
According to the NFRCC, there have been 23 reported fatalities in Gilgit Baltistan and 8,479 dwellings have been impacted by flooding.
It continued that at least 667 homes were entirely destroyed and 1126 had partial damage. 9,244 acres of crops were harmed, and 609 livestock were reported dead due to flooding.
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