Pakistan

Pakistan Cyclone and Floods Flash Appeal 2007

Islamabad
18 July 2007

Intense storms and a major cyclone at the end of June and early July 2007 caused severe flooding in Pakistan, displacing over 300,000 people and affecting more than 2.5 million.  Balochistan and Sindh provinces in southern Pakistan are worst affected, with 280 confirmed deaths and a further 188 missing persons.  The flooding has already spread to 18 districts in Balochistan and a further five in Sindh, and the monsoon season is expected to continue for the next two to three months.

Pakistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2008 - Floods and Internal Displacement

Islamabad
8 September 2008

In August Pakistan suffered a series of overlapping crises that have led to substantial internal displacement and left hundreds of thousands in need of humanitarian assistance.  These events have come at a time when Pakistan is reeling from the effects of the global food crisis, and have served to exacerbate an already precarious situation.

Revision of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Pakistan 2009

Islamabad
22 August 2009

Revision vol 2:

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Prioritisation Statement:

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Revision: Pakistan Floods Relief and Early Recovery Response Plan (November 2010)

Islamabad
5 November 2010
Flash Appeal: 11 August 2010

Duration: August 2010 to August 2011
Main areas affected
20 million people in the six  provinces of:
Punjab: 8,200,000
Sindh: 7,000,000
KP: 3,800,000
Balochistan: 1,370,000
AJK: 200,000
Gilgit Baltistan: 100,000
Key milestones Official end of monsoon season rabi (spring harvest) and kharif (fall harvest)
Planting for rabi: Sept-Oct
Start of winter
Target beneficiaries
WASH: 14 million
Health: 11 million

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Pakistan Initial Floods Emergency Response Plan 2010

Islamabad
11 August 2010

Affected population: 14 million people
Affected areas
Baluchistan
Federally Administered Tribal Areas
Gilgit-Baltistan
Khyber Pakthunkhwa
Pakistan-Administered Kashmir
Punjab
Sindh
Key sectors for response
Food
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Health
Shelter/Non-Food Items
Total funding requested: $460 million

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Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Pakistan 2010

Islamabad
14 July 2010
Humanitarian Response Plan: 30 November 2009

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Humanitarian Response Plan for Pakistan 2010

Islamabad
30 November 2009

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Pakistan Rapid Response Plan Floods 2011 (September 2011 - March 2012)

Islamabad
18 September 2011

Affected population: 5.4 million people
Affected areas 
Balochistan and Sindh Provinces
Key sectors for response
Food; WASH; Health; Shelter/Non-Food Items
Total funds requested: $356.7 million

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