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Pakistanis a country in South Asia
with a coastline along the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman.
Pakistan has borders with Afghanistan, the Iran, India, and China.
4500 years ago,
people of the Indus Valley Civilization were living in this area, later the Vedic culture, the Persian, Indo-Greek, Islamic, Turco-Mongol, and Sikh cultures called this area home.
Seals from the ancient Indus civilization.
As long as people can think, the Indus river has provided the water resources for this area. All civilizations have depended on the Indus. The name of India is derived from the name of this powerful river.
The economy of Pakistan, the huge agriculture area of Punjab province, and Sindh rely heavily on the Indus.
Punjab translated -five- explains that five rivers are the life blood of the area.
The Capital of Pakistan is Islamabad
about 1.9 million people live there
Largest city is Karachi with a
population of over 19.5 million
one of the biggest cities on Earth
These displaced people will need our long term attention and support for their LONG TERM REHABILITATION PLAN!
FOR SUPPORT of FLOOD affected people
of District Thatta; you may contact
Trust for Conservation of Coastal Resources (TCCR)
Ph: +92 21 36027108
School in Pakistan where students learn about the threat of tsunamis
Seminar for Pakistani women to learn about floods + tsunamis
Temperate changes, severe weather and floods making things worse for these vulnerable areas In the Pacific region, coastal ecosystems, as mangroves, are endangered. While population, coastal development, squatter settlements are increasing, demand for resources cause serious changes.
Temperate changes, severe weather and floods making things worse for these vulnerable areas.
Our members try to protect the mangroves to safeguard the critical roles they play as natural buffers against extreme weather, as carbon sinks and for increasing the resilience of communities to climate change.
Mangroves are trees and shrubs that live in the area between the land and the sea. Their strong and complex root structures allow them to survive the roughest of weather and provide nursery grounds and protection for fish and other marine species that Pacific Islanders rely on for food and income.
The presence of mangroves along coastlines and rivers provide the first line of defense against cyclones, high winds and storm surges, improve water quality. Healthy mangrove ecosystems are also important carbon sinks and play a significant role in the global reduction of greenhouse gases.
Mangroves throughout the Pacific are being degraded or destroyed by their use as rubbish dumps, by overharvesting, and by tourism and housing development.
Work with us to protect these very important eco-systems!
Everybody heard about the heavy monsoon rainfall and affected all four provinces of Pakistan. Huge damages have changed, damaged + disturbed every sector of daily life.
This was the most severe flood of history which is affecting Khaiber Pakhtoonkhuwa, Punjab, Balochistan and Sindh. The disaster has seriously damaged road, electricity, hospitals, houses of common people means every infra structure and claimed hundreds of lives. The sound people living in pucca homes are now living hundreds miles away from their homes in tent villages and many even open without shade. Besides, outbreak of viral and communicable diseases is also spreading speedily.
In Sindh, this disastrous flood has affected Jacobabad, Qambar-Shahdadkot, Sukkur, Ghotki, Shikarpur, Larkana, Noushehro Feroze, Dadu, Nawabshah, Jamshoro, Matriari, Hyderabad, Badin and Thatta districts. Now the same is moving very quickly towards lower part of Sindh including Thatta and Badin districts. The massive disaster has badly affected about more than 10 million people directly only in Sindh.
Thatta is coastal district of Sindh having nine Tehsils (Talukas) i.e. Mirpur Sakro, Keti Bunder, Kharo Chhan, Ghorabari, Mirpur Bathoro, Sujawal, Jati, Shah Bunder and Thatta itself. Thatta is scattered over 17,355 sq. kms and has about 1.7 million populations. The River Indus flows 80 kms on left and 93 kms on right side of the district.
Trust for Conservation of Coastal Resources (TCCR) has been working hard for conservation of natural resources and uplift of indigenous communities of coastal belt along Arabian Sea in Pakistan.
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