Tuesday October 11, 2022

UNHCR Urgently Seeks $65.8mln for Communities Devastated By Pakistan floods

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has appealed for 65.8 million dollars urgent fund to help more than 650,000 refugees and members of their host communities affected by recent devastating floods in Pakistan.

In a press release, the UN refugee agency said Pakistan faces a colossal challenge to respond to this climate disaster, therefore more support is needed for the country and its people, who have generously hosted Afghan refugees for over four decades. 

The UNHCR’s Supplementary Appeal seeks additional funds to address the immediate needs of flood affected refugees and their host communities, including protection, shelter, health, water and sanitation, and education.

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