Malaria and other infections are spreading in flood-affected areas of Pakistan.

Malaria, typhoid, and dengue fever are rapidly spreading across Pakistan . Millions of acres of crops and orchards have been lost and destroyed around Pakistan .

Posted by Karachi, September 23: As Pakistan continues to bear the brunt of ongoing floods, infectious diseases such as Malaria, typhoid, and dengue fever are rapidly spreading across regions, according to the Express Tribune, which reported on Wednesday that, despite the efforts of the government and international relief agencies, a vast number of Pakistanis are in dire need of food and medicine in the country's cash-strapped regions.According to the Dawn newspaper, the survey was carried out by community-based activists in 38 disaster-torn localities in 14 districts of three flood-hit provinces.According to the survey, the majority of localities were unhappy with the state's operations.According to government estimates, millions of acres of crops and orchards have been lost and destroyed around Pakistan, including those that were ready to harvest.After six weeks of flooding, many families from 15 regions were able to return to their homes under the open sky, on roads, and without tents.

Pakistan has a total of 160 districts.Half of those incidents have been declared a disaster around the country to date.And this number is forecast to increase in September, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).In September, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) forecasts more than normal rains in the south-eastern regions of Sindh.