Provincial Disaster Management Authority

Government of Sindh

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Humanitarian Response Facility at Maripur (Karachi) & Rescue Stations at Maripur (Khi), Jamshoro & Sukkur

The world’s sixth most populous country. Pakistan, with a population of 207.86 million people (2017 census); is a lower middle-income country and per capita income of US$ 1,188.86 was recorded in 2020. The country is exposed to a number of natural hazards including floods, earthquakes, droughts, cyclones, heatwaves and tsunami. During 2005 – 2015 decade, …

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DRR Manistreaming Handbook

Community Resilience Initiative (CRI) Support to Line Departments for DRR Mainstreaming in Development Planning Provincial Disaster Management Authority, Government of Sindh Sindh Resilience Project (PDMA Component) World Bank and Government of Sindh Project Implementation Unit (Sindh Resilience Project) and Provincial Disaster Management Authority, Sindh

Sindh Private Sector Partnership Strategy on Disaster Risk Reduction

Published by: Provincial Disaster Management Authority, Sindh Province Funding Support: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with funding support of UK-DFID under “Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan (BDRP) Programme”. Supervised by: Mr. Naeem Iqbal, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Islamabad Reviewed by: PDMA Sindh and BDRP Members (FAO, WFP, UNDP and Concern Worldwide) First Edition: August …

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Annual Report 2021

As per Section 41(2) of NDMA Act 2010 which says, “The Provincial Authority and District Authority shall prepare once every year

Current Monsoon Season Heavy Rains Caused Destruction (23 Dec 2022)

The unusual route and trend of monsoon during June – August 2022 heavily down poured and continues spells over Sindh, Balochistan and Southern Punjab brought devastation and large-scale disruption. The event is one of its kind in known history of the country and Sindh province. Sindh suffered major tangible and intangible losses and damages. 1,330 …

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