Posted on August 17, 2010
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Disasters, Economy & Development, Environment
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25 responses to “Number of the Day: 175,000,000”

  1. Basheer Aslam says:

    The magnitude of this flood still boggles the mind. I fear the real damage will come after the floods have gone. Because the real challenge is of reconstruction.

  2. Ben says:

    Floods are not only tearing through Pakistan’s breadbasket, these are possibly breeding increased militancy. Read more at: -floods-tear-through.html

  3. Qaiser says:

    Thank you for compiling these numbers. I have not seen a better list that fully conveys just what we are facing!

  4. ajay says:

    Pakistan President Zardari Interrupts Vacation to Investigate Flood Damage to Personal Property

  5. Sadia Hussain says:

    The foreign aid has started to pour up after the visit of UN Sectary General Ban KI Moon. The UN has donated 10 million for relief efforts and other countries have increased their donations too. It is now vital that a need assessment is done and the process of rehabilitation is started in a transparent manner. By ensuring transparency we can restore the faith of donors in our cause of helping the flood victims.