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Pakistan Floods: World Bank's Response and Activities

Pakistan Floods: World Bank's Response and Activities


Last Update - November 1, 2010 - Pakistan’s deadly floods have affected more than 20 million people. The affected area covers 132,421 km, including 1.4 million acres of cropped land. The Bank has committed $1 billion in support of Pakistan's recovery.

ADB - WB Assess Pakistan Flood Damage at $9.7 Billion

"We need to link humanitarian activities - as such shelter – to reconstruction. We can link quick assistance to farmers and basic livelihood support to improved husbandry, better irrigation system and land policy."
Robert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank Group.

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Components of Bank Support

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Additional resources

Pakistan at a Glance (pdf)
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World Bank Projects in Pakistan
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World Bank in Pakistan
For more information about World Bank activities in Pakistan. Read More »

Pakistan: Development Data
A wide range of social and economic measures on Pakistan, including links to the World Bank's most important online development databases. Read More »

Pakistan: Analysis and Research
Compilation of the World Bank's analysis and research on Pakistan. Read More »




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