Fears of further flooding in Pakistan

Fears of further flooding in Pakistan

05 August 2010

“In Charsadda district the flood water has begun to recede from many of the areas, so access has improved and we are providing vital assistance to the worst-affected people. However, fears remain that downstream areas will be flooded over the coming days and a long-term approach to recovery need to be taken.” says Mubashir Ahmed, Assistant Country Director, Concern, Pakistan.

Concern Worldwide, Ireland’s largest humanitarian agency, continues to respond to the emergency in Pakistan, following the largest floods that have hit the country since 1929.

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Fears of further flooding in Pakistan

Concern Worldwide continues to deliver aid in Pakistan. However, there are fears of further flooding over the coming days.