Humanitarian Response

Floods 2014 in Pakistan have affected badly 09 Districts namely: Narowal, Sialkot, Gujrat, Gujrawalan, Hafizabad, Sargodha, Jhang, Mandi Bahaudin, Sheikhupura in Punjab. Situation monitors mentioned significant threats in all Districts of South Punjab, North Sindh and Balochistan as water is moving downstream. As per MOJAZ Foundation assessments more than 150 deaths and 1,000 injuries across Punjab are recorded so far. The figures are speculated to rise as water will recede in central Punjab and enter in south Punjab, north Sindh and Balochistan.

MOJAZ Foundation immediately conducted a quick situational analysis in Narowal and Sailkot to investigate the damages. The data gathered has some limitations as most of the places affected by flood are not easily accessible.

Damages in Narowal

were mainly caused by Nallah Daik, Nallah Bassantar, Nallah Baen and River Ravi. As many as 100,986 acres of agriculture land is submerged with water and around 3717 houses damaged in 334 villages from 28 UCs in 3 tehsils; 12 deaths have been reported besides 89 injuries and 517 cattle perished.

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Emergency response by the Govt.

includes 9 relief camps and 13 health camps.

Emergency response by MOJAZ

Foundation includes transport facility for evacuation of individuals in stuck in flood water in Narowal. To date MOJAZ Foundation have rescued 3,000 individuals to safer places.

Damages in Sialkot

were mainly caused by Nallah Aik, Nallah Palkho, Nallah Daik and River Chenab. More than 150,000 acres of agriculture land is submerged with water and around 496 houses damaged in 306 villages from 124 UCs in all 4 tehsils, 22 deaths have been reported, 134 injuries and more than 795 cattle perished.

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Emergency response by the Govt.

Emergency response by the Govt. includes 29 relief camps.

As per MOJAZ foundation rapid assessment most urgent needs are prioritized and estimated as following:

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Pictures Gallery

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UC Jassar, Crops view where Nalah Bassanter damaged Rice (Paddy) crops very badly (almost 85% of agriculture area)

 

 

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Flood also affected on GHS ZFARWAL where the water standing level is 5 feet. The school head Teacher said standing water disturbed educational activities minimum for at least 4 or 5 month. (GHS for Boys-Tehsil Zafar wall, District Narowal)

 

 

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Hameedan Bibi (resident of village Kothay UC Langah Tehsil Shakarghar District Narowal) is a poor old women whose house has been destroyed by recent floods 2014 and she is now living on rubbles with hope of some external assistance.

 

 

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People faced many difficulties to manage fodder for their Cattles in this picture some farmers doing struggle to cross the Nalah Baen in Village Dodhay UC Langah, Shakargahar District Narowal.

 

 

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Main entrance of Village Kakkay Kay (uc Jassar Tehsil&District Narowal) Kakkay Kay is the most affected village of UC Jassar where every year flood disturb the people because it is situated Near River Ravi.

 

 

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Salamat Ali, resident Village Manji Torr UC Goralla Tehsil Shakargarh District Narowal, feel very sad because he lost his mud house completely,

 

 

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MOJAZ Foundation relief team, conducting focus group discussion to take account of ongoing situation and damage assessments in Village Nanghal Soodkan-Tehsil zafarwal District Narowal.

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