Angelina Jolie listens to Dadu women recounting the horrors they face
- Angelina Jolie visited Sindh’s Dadu district to inspect UN-led relief efforts.
- Takes an aerial view of the flood-damaged district to gain an understanding of the flood damage.
- The Pakistani Army provides security to the actress for her stay.
Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie, on the occasion of her visit to Dadu, one of the provinces most affected by the devastating floods, expressed the sufferings of flood-affected women. And heard about the horrors.
Jolie is currently in Pakistan to help communities affected by the devastating floods, and is likely to extend her stay by two more days, informed sources said on Wednesday.
On his third visit to Pakistan so far Angelina Visited the affected areas to review the UN-led relief efforts. He not only had an aerial view of the flood-hit district but also visited the flood-hit areas in a boat under security provided by the Pakistan Army.
Heavy rain and the flood Nationwide, more than 1,500 people died, 33 million were affected, and one-third of the country was submerged.
A humanitarian worker is visiting the people directly affected by the flood to observe and understand the situation and hear their stories.
The IRC statement said it will discuss their needs and discuss measures to prevent such suffering in the future.
Jolly, who had previously visited victims of the 2010 floods and the 2005 earthquake in Pakistan when he UNHCR Goodwill AmbassadorHe is to visit IRC’s emergency response operations and local organizations helping displaced people, including Afghan refugees.
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