Iran's Sistan and Baluchistan Devastated by Severe Floods

By
Shahrazad Razavi
1 min read

Severe floods have ravaged Iran's Sistan and Baluchistan, impacting thousands of residents. The province, known for economic hardship, has suffered over $40 million in losses with citizens stranded without essentials. Criticism mounts over inadequate rescue efforts and delays in aid. Amidst the crisis, experts emphasize the need for humanitarian assistance without discrimination. The floods have also raised concerns over public health, with reports of infections and diseases as a consequence. The flooding has shed light on missed opportunities in water management, calling for a change in handling natural disasters. Experts stress the need for fundamental planning and restructuring to prevent similar crises in the future.

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