I visited Aiglemont, Chantilly, Gouvieux, outside Paris, France, the home of His Highness the Aga Khan from Oct 25 – 30, 2015 to raise awareness about Chitral flooding & earthquake throughout the region and to set up a meeting with His Highness the Aga Khan.
Flooding in Breep & Ruhe region of Chitral – 1000 homes destroyed
Earthquake – Homes destroyed in the villages of Chitral:
Churun Oveer 130
Karimabad Valley 60
Moor Dair 100
Parsan Area 100
October 26, 2015 Earthquake – The most severe effects felt in remote, mountainous areas in Pakistan’s north-western region.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Pakistan, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has created an interactive online mapping platform which can be used to analyse the effects of the 7.5 magnitude earthquake which struck Pakistan and Afghanistan on 26 October 2015. At least 255 people were killed in northern Pakistan, and the full impacts are still being assessed two days later, due to the inaccessibility of the affected areas.
The disaster continues in Chitral in Northern Pakistan, as the recent flooding continues to kill and cause calamity.
These videos help portray the disaster that is occurring now. We ask that if you can help, please donate. Essential supplies, food and medical equipment is urgently needed.
Lost livestock: Bleak days ahead for flood-affected Chitralis
Ruksana Bibi, a resident of Chitral’s Broz village, remembers July 17 as the bleakest day in her life.
View on www.dawn.com
Natural calamity: Flash floods leave trail of destruction in Chitral – The Express Tribune
200,000 people stranded across the district; 240 bridges washed away
View on tribune.com.pk
Monsoon floods kill dozens in Pakistan
Torrential rains and flooding have killed more than 80 people in Pakistan this month and affected almost 300,000. The country’s disaster management agency has warned of more bad weather to come.