Angelina Jolie Arrives In Pakistan To Support People Affected By Floods

Dadu [Pakistan]: Hollywood star Angelina Jolie arrived Tuesday in Pakistan to support people suffering from the devastating floods in the country.

According to the Express Tribune, the ‘Salt’ actor landed in Dadu, Pakistan, and could hear from human beings affected without delay about their desires and approximately steps to prevent such struggling in the future.

“International humanitarian Angelina Jolie is visiting Pakistan to assist groups stricken by the devastating floods.

Heavy rains and floods throughout the united states have impacted 33 million people and submerged one-third of the country Underneath water. Angelina Jolie is touring to witness and gain an understanding of the situation, and to hear from human beings affected without delay approximately their needs, and approximately steps to save you such struggling within the future,” the document said, citing a release of International Rescue Committee (IRC).

“Jolie, who previously visited victims of the 2010 floods in Pakistan, and the 2005 earthquake, will visit the IRC’s (International Rescue Committee) emergency reaction operations and local businesses supporting displaced people consisting of Afghan refugees. Jolie will spotlight the need for urgent help for the Pakistani people and lengthy-time period solutions to cope with the multiplying crises of climate change, human displacement and persistent insecurity we are witnessing globally,” the IRC release introduced.

The monsoon rains have claimed more than 1000 lives throughout Pakistan, considering the fact that June unleashed powerful floods that have washed away swathes of vital plants and broken or destroyed more than 1,000,000 homes.

According to the government, the loss of life toll has reached 1,559, along with 551 children and 318 women, and viral illnesses, including malaria, dengue fever, diarrhoea, and pores and skin infections, wreaked havoc throughout provinces as the water started to recede.

The file monsoons and heavy floods have affected 33 million people and are expected to have precipitated USD 30 billion of harm.

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