Rain Rain Go Away: A Snapshot Of The Flood 2022 And Way Forward
Sobia Rose and
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Abedullah: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:97, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
The devastation caused by the recent floods in Pakistan is the result of poor management. Despite several warnings of an unusually high rainfall during the months of July and August, a lack of preparedness resulted in a huge catastrophe. The knowledge brief provides a snapshot of the extent of rainfall and subsequent floods, losses that occurred after the disaster and how the issue can be tackled in case of any such disaster in future. The major threats from the recent floods include the spectre of food insecurity of an already deprived population; loss of education and health; and an increase in social unrest due to more criminal activity.
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