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Islamic Relief Pakistan (IRP): Emergency Response Plan (Flood Emergency Response Pakistan - 2022) - Implementation Period: July 2022... read more
Islamic Relief Pakistan (IRP): Emergency Response Plan (Flood Emergency Response Pakistan - 2022) - Implementation Period: July 2022 - June 2023
26 Aug 2022
26 Aug 2022
Pakistan is among the 10 countries whose population is acutely exposed to natural disasters largely because of its poor governance, corruption, weak infrastructure, and an inability to effectively implement policies to reduce risk. According to the data compiled by Verisk Maplecroft, a UK-based risk management company, Pakistan ranks at seven with around 136 million (70% of its population) exposed to natural hazards. Pakistan is situated within a hazard-prone region and is exposed to a variety of natural disasters such as floods, cyclones, earthquakes, landslides, and droughts. Rapid population growth, uncontrolled development, and unmanaged expansion of infrastructure are the most common factors that result in more people being vulnerable to natural hazards than ever before.
Pakistan: Floods - Jul 2022
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