Floods impact on children 2022

Rapid care and feeding assessment in floods 2022

Rapid Care & Feeding Assessment in Flood Affected Areas

In 2022, Pakistan was hit by a devastating flood that broke a century-old record, resulting in a humanitarian emergency that has affected the lives of over 33 million people, including 16 million children. To assess the impact of the floods on the nutritional practices and needs of infants, young children, and pregnant women, UNICEF and the MoNHSR&C commissioned IPSOS to…

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