Our Silence is Their Destruction: UNHC Pakistan wakes us to the reality of the continuing plight of the flood affected
In a recent video, tweeted by United Nations Pakistan, Julien Harneis paints a heart breaking picture of the lives of the people in Dadu, Sindh who, even after three months, are resiliently fighting the wrath of flooded waters on a daily basis.
3 months after the floods, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator is in Dadu Sindh where large areas are still under water and people still need help.#PakistanFloods #ItsNotOver pic.twitter.com/yz9NOV7bew
— United Nations Pakistan (@UNinPak) December 9, 2022
Hundreds of villages in the Dadu district are completely flooded and the destruction is total. Health centres are destroyed, schools are empty and flooded and houses have collapsed. These brave people are fighting to survive every day. Millions of people have lost their lives and livelihood, and three months on the challenges are only increasing, but they are courageously ploughing through the hardships to keep themselves and their loved ones alive.
The video ignited a conversation on twitter with people sharing their concern on the ongoing situation. Some are outraged that no one is talking about it and others call for support.
Commendable effort by @UNinPak to keep the issue alive. Surely, #ItsNotOver yet. The affected people need our attention and help. https://t.co/kF3XotUJFJ
— Khawar Azhar (@Khawar69) December 10, 2022
Sindh Flood affected people are looking forward towards international friends and they should come forward to support them. This is worst time of thier lives,no shelter, no safe drinking water, no latrine, no health facilities, no food, 😭😭
— Lala Neel Amber (@lalaneel) December 10, 2022
Water is the most essential need for every human being and people of the Dadu are not even getting it.#ItsNotOver
— Faiq Idrees (@Faiq_Tweetss) December 10, 2022
The flood water is still there and people are living in water. They need immediate assistance. This is serious concern #ItsNotOver https://t.co/d6WpWuRMdg
— Almas (@maazsaeed) December 10, 2022
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