More than 175,000 people flee, as the city virtually empties.
The United States will provide an additional US$500-million aid to Pakistan to help rebuild the country after devastating floods caused the worst natural disaster in Pakistan’s history. [http:--www.voanews.com-english-news-US-to-Give-One-Half-Billion-Dollars-for-Pakistan-Flood-Assistance-108155544.html (VOA)]date=August 2019
The World Bank pledges to loan an additional $100 million to Pakistan.
The United Nations estimates that four million people have become homeless as a result of the 2010 Pakistan floods; Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, speaking in New York, states that the floods are a "slow-motion tsunami" as he calls for more funds to assist those affected.
The United Nations says that flood relief aid to Pakistan is "arriving too slowly".
Robert Zoellick, the President of the World Bank estimates that the 2010 Pakistan floods have caused $1 billion in damages to crops.
The United Nations launches a major appeal for assistance dealing with the ongoing floods that have devastated Pakistan.
The United Nations describes the ongoing 2010 Pakistan floods as the worst natural disaster in years - worse than the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake and the 2010 Haiti earthquake - as the number of people affected reaches an estimated 15 million and the waters and landslides continue to swamp the country.
Landslips wreak further destruction in Pakistan: 28 corpses retrieved so far in 2 villages.
The death toll from the 2010 Pakistan floods exceeds 900 and may climb further.