Note the most assertive of the UN agency is Pakistan still experiencing massive flooding. Merciless floods continue to confuse the country-blue. Now, turn the flood soaked Porvinsi Sindh.
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Problems says one million more homes believed to be damaged or destroyed, as the AP and AFP news on Saturday (09/25/2010). The UN agency said aerial surveys over the area of Lake Manchar, Sindh Province shows a lot of people still stranded with their livestock in a number of islands formed by flooding.
Also according to observations, in southern Pakistan, flood water takes longer to subside. UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Problems northwest Pakistan said residents returned to their village but feared food and other assistance may not be sufficient before winter arrives.
Because of various roads and bridges damaged, the UN said, the flood victims in Balochistan do not receive assistance as appropriate. The total number of Pakistanis who require food aid reached 10 million people, half of whom are citizens affected by flooding.