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 -  In the past Floods in 2011 Floods in 2010 Agriculture is the most influential sector in freeing Pakistan’s poorest families from hunger, malnutrition and dependence on external aid. In addition to providing food ...READ MORE
 - Torrential monsoon rains have triggered severe flooding in Pakistan, primarily in Sindh Province. Concurrent impact in adjoining vast areas of Balochistan has resulted in serious humanitarian more
 - The floods that struck Pakistan starting in July 2010 represented one of the most devastating natural disasters of our times, submerging almost one-fifth of the country more
 - Thanks to the generosity of Australia, Belgium, Canada, CERF, ECHO, the European Union, IFAD, Italy, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States of America, FAO more
 - The 2010 floods in Pakistan were one of the most devastating natural disasters of our times - a slow motion tsunami - affecting more than 20 more
 - To provide assistance to vulnerable livestock farmers in the flood-affected area to protect and restore livestock productivity.
 - To provide urgent agriculture support to the most vulnerable and food insecure rural families, returning IDPs and those who did not leave, in order to restore more
 - To enhanced food consumption and household income through increased production of maize, wheat, rice and vegetables and reduced dependence on markets.
 - Assurer la survie du bétail ayant survécu aux inondations en fournissant immédiatement des aliments composés, des suppléments de vitamines/minéraux ainsi que des traitements vermifuges aux familles more
 - In Summer 2010 Pakistan suffered the worst floods in living memory. 20 million people were directly affected and agriculture was extremely hard hit. FAO's early assistance is more
 - The 2010 monsoon floods affected the lives of over 18 million people and took an enormous toll on the rural poor. Around 80 percent of people more
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