Early Recovery - Flood 2012


Introduction

The heavy monsoon rain spell that began in Pakistan on 7 September 2012 caused massive flooding and inundation of land, with some areas subjected to flooding for three years in a row. The 2012 floods led to more than 400 deaths and widespread damage including the loss of homes and livelihoods, the destruction of standing crop  and the damage to infrastructure across southern Punjab, northern Sindh, and northeastern Balochistan. 

Results from the Multi-Sector Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA), indicate that 1.8 million people were affected and 386,172 houses were damaged or destroyed. Of the total number of houses affected, approximately 60% were partially damaged and 40% were fully destroyed.The overall objective of the ER strategy is to provide low cost shelter support to the most vulnerable families whose houses have become unhabitable and who lack the means to rebuild their homes by themselves. This section provides figures on early recovery activities in response to the 2012 floods. 

Click here to see the Early Recovery Strategy for 2012 Response. 

ER2012 Prepared Jacobabad ER2012 Cesvi Concern Ranjanpur 01 ER2012 HANDS Construction In Sindh With The Support Of DFID
ORS constructed by PREPARED in Jacobabad ORS built by CESVI in Rajanpur by the support of Rapid Fund for flood 2012 affected family Shelters for flood affected families in Sindh by HANDS with the support of DFID
 

Facts & Figures

(Updated: February 03, 2014)

Provinces No. of Affected Districts* Houses Destroyed or Damaged ORS T-Shelters Total ER Shelters Coverage Percentage Remaining Gap
Baluchistan 4 68,814 6,285 - 6,285 9% 62,592
Sindh 8 209,936 60,562 622 61,184 29% 148,752
Punjab 3 107,423 8,803 465 9,268 9% 98,155
Totals 15 386,172 74,984 1,087 76,071 20% 309,435

*Cluster target is 193,086 Early Recovery shelters that is 50% of the total needs and according to this target number Cluster Gap remains 98,833.

 
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