Flood Emergency in Pakistan
Floods have affected more than 33 million people in Pakistan. In their aftermath, outbreaks of waterborne diseases like diarrhea, cholera, malaria, and dengue have put 3.4 million children at extreme risk of illness and death.
ChildLife Foundation is active in 90+ government health facilities, which includes 12 Emergency Rooms (ERs) in tertiary care hospitals and 78+ telemedicine satellite centers (TSCs) in district and tehsil headquarter hospitals, in partnership with the government.
ChildLife’s Rapid Response
90,000+ flood-affected children treated free of cost.
ChildLife has activated a disaster management strategy in its ERs across flood-hit regions: Hyderabad, Nawabshah, Larkana, Sukkur and Quetta.
500+ ChildLife staff is on-ground 24/7, while clinical teams from Karachi are providing critical reinforcement. Our ERs are treating 3 times the regular volume of patients daily.
Telemedicine Satellite Centers
ChildLife is active through its telemedicine network in areas where roads have been washed away and the infrastructure is badly damaged.
Our Telemedicine Control Room in Civil Hospital, Karachi, is giving life-saving consultations to flood-impacted children and additional support to on-ground staff.
ChildLife is conducting medical camps in calamity-hit districts. Our doctors provide free treatment, medicines, and referrals to flood-impacted children.
Medical camps held in: Dera Allah Yar, Darya Khan, Daur, Hub, Tharushah, Qilla Saifullah, and Oderolal Station.
Flood Emergency Pakistan (2022)
Children’s ER – Flood 2010 v 2022
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