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PAKISTAN - Breaches and Flood Incidents Reports

(from 03 June to 04 July 2011)

Bajaur Agency Mohmand Malakand Mardan Buner Swabi Tor Ghar

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Charsadda

Kurram

FATAOrakzai
Hangu Fr Bannu Bannu

Khyber

Peshawar Nowshera Fr Peshawar Fr Kohat

KP

Haripur

Abbottabad

Hattian

AFGHANISTAN
North Waziristan

Kohat

Attock

Islamabad

Bagh Haveli Poonch Sudhnoti

Karak Chakwal Mianwali

Rawalpindi Jhelum

Mirpur

PAK Kotli

Bhimber Gujrat

Fr Lakki MarwatLakki Marwat South Waziristan Fr Tank Tank Dera Ismail Khan Fr D.i.khan

Mandi Bahauddin Khushab Sargodha Hafizabad Gujranwala

Sialkot Narowal

Bhakkar
Flood on 03 June 2011

Chiniot Faisalabad Toba Tek Singh Sahiwal Pakpattan

Sheikhupura Nankana Sahib Kasur Okara Lahore

Zhob Killa Abdullah Pishin Ziarat Harnai

Sheerani

Jhang Killa Saifullah


1. 14 June 2011 (streams flooded in Koh e Suleman region, hundreds moved to higher grounds) 2. 6 June 2011 (temporary bunds breached on river Indus near Bastis Korai) 3. 03 June 2011 (85 people affected, 9 displayed due to flooding)

Musakhel Dera Ghazi Khan

Layyah

Quetta

Loralai Barkhan

Muzaffargarh

PUNJAB

Khanewal Vehari

Panjpai Mastung

BALOCHISTAN
Sibi Kachhi

Multan Lodhran

Kohlu

Bahawalnagar

Kalat

1. 04 July 2011 (7 villages inundated near Thul due to breach in minor Naseer canal) 2. 04 June 2011 (35 foot breach in Begari canal, 3 villages under water)

Rajanpur Bahawalpur Rahim Yar Khan

Dera Bugti

Jhal Magsi

Nasirabad Jaffarabad Jacobabad Shikarpur Kashmore

04 June 2011 (1. Haibut bund not strengthened, risk of flooding two gas fields if bund remains unrepaired 2. KK bund eroded by river water, repair work not complete)

Ghotki Sukkur

Khuzdar

Qambar Shahdadkot Larkana

1. 14 June 2011 (three breaches in the canal system is alarming) 2. 07 June 2011 (bund breach caused flooding in 20 villages; no reports of people on the move. Very high water levels in canals and Indus throughout N. Sindh) 3. 04 June 2011 (admisnistration unable to plug breaches on Shank bund, villagers moving to higher ground)

Dadu

Naushahro Feroze

Khairpur

14 June 2011 (marked increase in water levels on Guddu, Kotri and Sukkur barrages)

Shaheed Benazirabad

04 June 2011 (Nara canal being eroded, 300 villages at risk of flooding if a breach in the bund occurs)

INDIA
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Districts reported having breaches and flood incidents Monsoon hazard vulnerable districts Internation Boundary Provincial Boundary

SINDH
Jamshoro Las Bela Matiari Tando Allah Hyderabad Yar Tando Muhammad Khan Thatta Badin

Sanghar

Mirpur Khas

Umerkot

District Boundary River Water Body Arabian Sea

Karachi City

24 June 2011 (a 50 feet breach has occured in Burli Shah Karim canal)

Tharparkar

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Arabian Sea

1. 27 June 2011 (50 feet wide breach at Mittla Shakh in Lal Muhammand Dars village, 7 houses and over 200 acres cropland inundated) 2. 17 June 2011 (repair work at ot Aalmo, Jo Goth, Soorjani and M. S bunds is in progress)

PAK604_Sindh_BreachesandCurrentSituation OfBarrages_A3_v1_P_20110705 Creation Date: 05 July 2011 Projection/Datum: WGS84 Data Source: Admin0 Boundaries (GAUL), Admin2 Boundaries (PCO), Breaches data (Media news collected by UNOCHA, ACTED, IOM, PDMA, from Irrigation dept Thatta, from Marine Meteorology & Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre) Nominal Scale at A0 paper size: 1:48,446,875

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