Sukkur: About 16 flood survivors, especially young children, died of gastroenteritis in various official and unofficial relief camps in the province and three died of incidents of flooding on Tuesday.
Six children died of gastroenteritis in the relief camps Sukkur and a girl died of snakebite. The snakes have invaded the populated areas after losing their habitat as a result of flash floods. Fayaz, 2, died of gastro-enteritis Ibrahim Leghari village, Gohar Khatoon, 6, died of gastroenteritis in a relief camp in Mirpur Mathelo, Mrs. Zubaida Ghulam Hussain Leghari village a year and a half years Khushi Mohammad Wali Korai village Suhbat, 2, Gullane Korai village have died of waterborne diseases.
Nine years Noori was bitten by a snake while playing outside her home in Ali Dino Mahar village near Mirpur Mathelo. She died before receiving medical attention. Thule Jaffery, 4, Hameeda, 6 May Jadul, 55, Wali Mohammad, 5 and Haleema Jaffery Robina died of gastroenteritis and Khairpur, two children of displaced persons living in the sand dunes in Faiz Ganj taluka Mohammad Sharei, 3 and Shah Dost, 2, died of gastro-enteritis.
A lady doctor from Karachi who had set up a medical camp near Therhi reporters that the majority of displaced children suffer from gastro-enteritis, diarrhea and malaria, and women were mostly suffering from skin diseases . She called for greater emphasis on the health of people internally displaced.
Saleh Channa Rodhnani and Benazir died of gastroenteritis in the city of Dadu district Johi. Ms. Moomal, 12, was electrocuted in the city of Gozo, when he tried to escape the flood.
She touched a power line while trying to climb a wall and died instantly. Ms. Zarina, 40 drowned in flood waters in the Sanghar village when he tried to get into uncharted waters to reach safety on the Bund Khairpur Nathan Shah Taluka Suprio.
In Thatta, Mohammad Ali and his Brohi one and one and half year old child died of gastroenteritis in a relief camp.
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