Homeless Survivors Shelter on Dry Land After Floods in Pakistan

13 September 2022 00:11

More than one thousand and three hundred people have been killed in flood disaster in Pakistan. Millions are now homeless and still waiting for more aid to survive.
In Dadu, Sindh Province, residents were traveling through the floodwater on boats while others were seen living in tents. As part of the aid effort, two more us military planes, loaded with tons of supplies landed in Sindh Province on Sunday.
There are fears that Dadu could suffer further flooding from the rising waters of the Indus river. Almost one thousand four hundred people have been killed, thirteen thousand were injured and millions left homeless by the heavy flooding across Pakistan since mid-June.