The Impact of Flood on children in Pakistan

Future of Flood Affected Children in Sindh

WHILE the elites are locked in an internecine power struggle, millions of flood-affected, homeless and destitute citizens have been left to fend for themselves. Most of these wretched families have been practically forced to cater to their own needs — food, shelter, health and above all, the education of their psychologically traumatised children. The situation is grave in Sindh where about…

Malnourished Children and Responsibility of the State

Daily Dawn in its editorial on April 19, 2023 highlighted the issue of malnourished children  and urged the state  to address the nutritional needs of vulnerable children in flood-affected areas. “Although the waters of 2022’s devastating floods have receded, the long-term impacts of the climate event continue to haunt the…


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