Population Council researchers in Pakistan are rapidly responding with data analysis to help optimize response, relief, and rehabilitation.
Our 2022 Pakistan Floods special series highlights visualizations from this research. We will continue to update the series with new research as the situation evolves.
Data for the analyses come from the sixth Population and Housing Census of Pakistan, Sindh Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey, and spatial data from UNOSAT including NASA-based satellite imagery.
- Sindh: Flood Maps with Disaggregated Population Data Analysis
- Balochistan: Flood Maps with Disaggregated Population Data Analysis
- Punjab: Flood Maps with Disaggregated Population Data Analysis
- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Flood Maps with Disaggregated Population Data Analysis
- Capturing Video Reflections of Saving Lives in Flood-Affected Areas in Pakistan (Video Series)
- 2022 Pakistan Floods: Population Estimates and Vulnerabilities of People Affected by Floods in Pakistan (Research Brief)
- Culpable for Injustice (Commentary)
- Floods, the Press, and Democracy (Commentary)
- Pakistan Floods: Impact on Food Security and Health Systems (Media mention)
- Impacts of Climate Change in Vulnerable Communities in Sindh, Pakistan: Voices from the Community (Research Report)
- Climate, population, and vulnerability in Pakistan: Exploring evidence of linkages for adaptation (Research Report)
- Climate change, resilience, and population dynamics in Pakistan: A case study of the 2010 floods in Mianwali District (Research Brief)
- Population, Environmental Risks, and the Climate Crisis (PERCC) Initiative
For more information about this research, please contact Muhammad Khalil, Senior Program Manager (ICT), email@example.com.