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Sohna Hilaya Dam, Thatta, Sindh province
1. Pan of labourers and local residents using rocks to fill embankment of Sohna Hilaya Dam
2. Various of men moving rocks
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Manzoor Sheikh, engineer:
“During this high flood, we are facing various problems on bunds (dams) on right side as well as on left side. These problems are like (inaudible) erosion, leaks. My staff, my senior staff is continuously monitoring and watching these bunds, and all the problems, as an when they occur are being tackled right then and there.”
Tando Hafiz Shah, Thatta, Sindh province
4. Wide of people in boat coming towards bank
5. Various of people getting down from boat
6. Various of flooded houses and fields
7. Various of food relief warehouse at Multan Military Airbase
8. Various of helicopter being loaded at military base
9. Various aerials of flooded land in Rojhan area of Rajan Pur
10. Flood victims receiving food relief items from Pakistani Army on helicopters
Sukkur, Sindh province
11. Wide of children’s ward in Sukkur civil hospital
12. Mid of flood victim woman sitting on hospital bed with her two sick children
13. Close up of child with skin disease on face
14. Mid of medical staff treating child
15. SOUNDBITE (Urdu) Hazoor Bux, Chief Medical Officer:
“In the last three days we treated around five- to six- hundred children. Most of them were suffering with gastrological problems and skin disease. We are providing clean water, ORT (oral rehydration therapy) and all necessary medicines.”
16. Mid of female doctor checking five-day-old baby at flood victim camp in Sukkur
17. Close up of five-day-old baby
18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ian Woolverton, spokesman for Save The Children:
“We’ve set up a basic healthcare clinic here to provide basic medicines to the people affected. From nine in the morning to four in the afternoon, seven days a week, our doctors provide free consultations to people living in this school, and we provide them with basic medicines such as anti-malarial tablets, antibiotics and oral rehydration sachets to avoid severe dehydration.”
19. Wide of flood victims at camp waiting for doctor
20. Wide of Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani meeting with US Central Command Chief General James Mattis
21. Close up of Gillani
22. Mid of Mattis and other US officials in meeting
23. Mid of Pakistani officials at meeting
Recovering from the devastating floods still battering Pakistan will take at least three years, president Asif Ali Zardari has said, as the waters swept south after leaving (m) millions homeless and submerging (m) millions of acres of farmland.
The floods that began nearly a month ago with hammering monsoon rains in the northwest have affected more than 17 (m) million people, the UN estimates.
Most of the 1,500 deaths occurred early in the flooding, but the crisis still is growing.
The widespread misery caused by the floods has triggered worries about social unrest, food riots or even a challenge to the government’s rule before its term ends in 2013.
In the Thatta region of Sindh province on Tuesday, labourers and local residents piled up rocks to try and prevent further flooding at the Sohna Hilaya Dam.
The engineer overseeing the work said the damns, known locally as ‘bunds’, were suffering from erosion and leaking on both sides of the river.
“My senior staff is continuously monitoring and watching these bunds, and all the problems, as an when (they) occur are being tackled right then and there,” Manzoor Sheikh said.
Meanwhile on Tuesday the Pakistani army continued to deliver relief packages by helicopter to the flood-ravaged areas of Punjab province.
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