2022 Pakistan Floods Response

APPEAL: 2022 Monsoon Floods To Support Emergency Relief Response in Flood Affected Areas of Sindh Twenty-Three districts have been officially been declared to be ‘Calamity Hit’ by the Government of Sindh. The humanitarian situation in Sindh province has deteriorated further over the past two weeks as heavy rains continue to cause flooding resulting in displacement and damage across the province. The adverse weather conditions have incurred significant human and livestock casualties and widespread damage to private homes and public infrastructure, especially in Sindh provinces. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) reports some 33-million people in Pakistan being affected. As of 30 August, 2022. Pakistan has experienced 375.4 mm of rainfall – 2.9 times higher than the national 30-year average of 130.8 mm, while Sindh’s is 5.7 times higher its 30-years average.. These rains have primarily fallen on Sindh and parts of the country, with Sindh receiving 5.7 times its 30-year average. Around 1.54 million acres of crops and orchards have also been impacted in Sindh. Damage to infrastructure has further worsened the humanitarian situation, as partial or complete destruction of over 2,328 km of roads and 60 bridges impedes the ability of people to flee to safer areas or to travel to access markets, healthcare, or other vital services, and restricts the delivery of aid to people in need. Provisional data from provincial Education Departments of Sindh show that at least 15,842 schools have been damaged or destroyed due to the emergency. Additionally, at least 5,492 schools are reportedly being used to accommodate displaced people. Damages in Sindh Province: 1,518,827 Houses destroyed / Damaged; 23 Districts of Sindh; 1.54 million Acres of Crop impacted; 339 Death; 1,009 Injured; 14,927 Livestock lost; 15,842 Schools Destroyed / Damaged; 2,328 km Roads Damaged; 60 Bridges Damaged. IMMEDIATE Need: SHELTER –Needs: • Core relief items including tents, tarpaulins, sleeping mats, blankets, mattresses and mosquito nets to support flood-affected communities. • Toolkits for debris removal and to restore Kucha houses. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) - Needs: Provision and access to sufficient water of appropriate quality and quantity for drinking, cooking and maintaining personal hygiene, washing and bathing soaps. FOOD Security and Agriculture - Needs: • unconditional food assistance for the most vulnerable households (HH) is needed to enable HH to cope with the immediate effects of the ongoing disaster, both Cooked and Dry food is needed of livelihood • Protection of remaining livestock through provision of feed and vaccinations against Peste des petits ruminants (PPR), foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) and hemorrhagic septicemia (HS). HEALTH - Needs • delivery of emergency health services to set up emergency triage, medical tents, mosquito nets, beds, facemasks, and hand sanitizers outside health facilities. • Mitigation of the risk of outbreaks of communicable/infectious diseases, particularly in camps and where WASH facilities have been damaged. Health status monitoring for acute watery diarrhoea (AWD), Cholera and other communicable diseases. ABOUT - Sewa Development Trust Sindh: Sewa Development Trust Sindh is one of the leading NPO of Sindh province, working since 2003, based in district Khairpur, registered with Government of Pakistan under Trust Act-1882 vide Registration No. 1096, Certified by Pakistan Center for Philanthropy-PCP vide No: PCP/2022/958; signed MOU with EAD-Economic Affairs Division, Government of Pakistan, valid until Dec-2023. SDTS is an organization with special consultative status with UNECOSOC since 2014; registered with Federal Board of Revenue-FBR as an active taxpayer status vide NTN No: 3902658-2, enlisted with PDMA- Provincial Disaster Management Authority, Government of Sindh and registered with Sindh Charity Registration Commission, Govt. of Sindh. SDTS have strong linkages with Government of Pakistan and Provincial Government, obtained NOCs from Deputy Commissioner Khairpur, Ghotki and signed MOU with Local Government Department, Govt. of Sindh and obtained NOC and permission from District Officer Education and District Officer Social Welfare Department, Govt. of Sindh. SDTS is engaged in humanitarian and community development support to deprived and marginalized communities in the field of Relief, Early Recovery, Education, Livelihood, Climate Change, Youth Leadership skill building, Peace and Governance, Health (MNCH, nutrition and immunization), DRR, WASH, Shelter and Food Security. The SDTS is due diligence qualified partner of British Council Pakistan, UNICEF, UNOCHA, UN-IOM, DAI, USAID for Relief and Development. Bank Account for Donation: Bank Name: Meezan Bank Branch Address: Civic Centre, Khairpur Account Title: Sewa Development Trust Sindh Account Number: 9201 0101584031 IBAN: PK07 MEZN 0092 0101 0158 4031


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