National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) on Thursday has arranged a medical camp for flood victims of district Dadu, Sindh. 

According to the details, the non-governmental organisation (NGO) "Doctors without Borders" worked with NTDC Dadu to organise the medical camp for the displaced persons who are currently living in tent village.

On September 16, the NTDC and district administration Dadu established a tent village for flood victims of surrounding areas at 500 kV grid station NTDC, Dadu. Food, medicines, clean drinking water and other basic necessities are being provided to the people living in the relief camp.

Meanwhile, the Sindh health department said a total of 2.5 million patients had been treated at different medical camps across the province from July 1 to date.  Dadu District Health Officer (DHO) Dr Muhammad Ali Samejo said different diseases, mainly gastro and malaria, are being reported among the district’s flood-hit people.