10-28 | It has been seven weeks since the flood emergency was declared by the Government of Pakistan, calling on the international community for support. With harsh winter conditions forecast, flood-affected populations will be particularly vulnerable in the coming months.THE RESPONSE SO FAR – IN NUMBERSOver 23,600 patient consultations were conducted during mobile clinics in Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhuwa.
9-23 | Shahid Abdullah, MSF’s emergency field coordinator in Balochistan describes the situation on the ground in flood-affected areas.
9-9 | Three project teams are providing the first emergency care to flood-affected vulnerable communities in Balochistan. MSF teams based in Dera Murad Jamali (DMJ) decided to respond to the emergency needs by providing medical health care, clean drinking water and distribution of NFIs starting on August 20t, 2022. Since the declaration of a state of emergency, teams have started two mobile clinics in DMJ and provided outpatient consultations to 2,575 patients with fever, skin diseases, diarrhea, skin and eye infections. They have distributed over 400 hygiene kits and mosquito nets.
Pakistan floods: MSF provides help in some of the areas hardest hit More humanitarian aid needed to respond to massive emergency
8-31 | Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams are already in Pakistan, working to adapt our existing medical projects as the situation evolves. What is happening in Pakistan?
2-18 | Timergara is in the region of Lower Dir in Pakistan, close to the Afghan border and on the banks of the Panjkora River. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been working here for over 12 years, and at the end of January 2021 handed over the last of its activities in the district headquarter (DHQ) hospital to the Ministry of Health.MSF’s work in this corner of Pakistan demonstrates the changing landscape of the country over the past decade, activities evolving from mobile clinics and emergency surgery to training sessions on misuse of labour-inducing drugs and COVID-19 triage.