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Many in Turkiye and Syria are asking whether their loved ones perished due to the earthquake or because of shoddy construction
Arrangements are under way for a mid-term census.
Despite efforts to repair the damage, the country remains vulnerable to further impacts
Months into the devastating floods, those affected in Sindh continue to struggle with the basics – food, shelter and medicines
The UNICEF has reported that floods damaged or destroyed more than 26,600 schools nationwide
The humanitarian aid received in 2022 is barely 9.3 percent of the support received in 2010
Desperation for shelter, food and other essential needs heightens vulnerability to temptation, deception and servility.
The term Build Back Better was first coined in Indonesia by the World Bank after the devastating tsunami of 2004 that played havoc with several...
There is an urgent need for developing climate resilient infrastructure and public services to avoid similar havoc in the future
The government should implement early recovery and rehabilitation projects in flood-hit areas