Flood 2022

Cradling her last hope-Taj Bibi’s story

There is a sea of mosquitos swarming near the tents. The air is hot and the temperature is 40 degrees. There are hundreds of children who are roaming around without any proper clothes or shoes on their bodies. Most of them belong to families who have just fled the neighboring villages in interior Sindh to escape the catastrophic floods caused by the heavy monsoon.

Who Partners With Ihhn For Flood Relief Medical Camp In Rajanpur

On September 3, 2022, an emergency flood relief medical camp was inaugurated by  Dr. Palitha Mahipala, WHO Representative and Head of Mission in Pakistan, at Rajanpur, Punjab. The medical camp, comprising a primary health care clinic, an antenatal clinic for expectant mothers, and a vaccination clinic, distributed free-of-cost, essential medicines and medical care to 105 flood-affected victims in the region who are severely exposed to waterborne diseases, skin infections, and countless other risks to their health and safety. In addition to

WHO Thatta Medical Camp

WHO Partners with IHHN for Flood Relief Medical Camp & Lab in Thatta

A flood relief medical camp and laboratory unit was inaugurated by Dr. Palitha Mahipala, WHO Representative and Head of Mission in Pakistan at Kari Mori, Jungshahi, District Thatta, Sindh. The medical relief unit, comprising of a primary care clinic, pediatric clinic, midwifery clinic, an antenatal clinic with immunization services, and a laboratory unit, will be providing free-of-cost emergency medical relief to the flood-affected communities in the region who, having lost their homes, are exposed to waterborne diseases and countless