PM Pakistan alone cannot deal with the disaster caused by floods and torrential rainfall.
Province reports nearly 14,000 acute respiratory infections at camps in a day; 3m treated at relief camps in since July.
NFRCC says sufficient wheat stock available for the next six months; PMD predicts heavy rainfall over upper catchments of River Sutlej.
Nationwide floods death toll rises by 10; officials see water levels receding in Dadu but minister says complete de-watering may take months.
The humanitarian and actor is in Sindh's Dadu to speak directly with the flood-affected families.
Around 70,000 patients treated in medical camps set up in flood-hit Sindh during last 24 hours; ADB announces aid for Pakistan; govt urges people to take precautions.
Power supply to 900 villages remains disrupted as grid stations stay flooded; photo exhibition displaying flood destruction organised at UN headquarters.
Two of five grid stations in Dadu energised.
WHO chief urges donors to donate to “save lives and prevent more suffering”; doctor at Dadu Civil Hospital says facility is flooded with patients.
Says "people sleeping under open skies" need help from their fellow citizens; Sindh decides to establish separate wards for dengue patients.
92,797 citizens treated on September 15; Dadu assistant commissioner says residents returning to Mehar as water levels drop.
MNVD water level sees reduction but officials maintain vigil; floodwaters in Dadu district receding.
Officials say at least 150 villages submerged in Bhan Syedabad and its surrounding areas.
Work under way on Ring bund; PMO says work ongoing to restore roads, electricity supply in flood-hit areas; Sindh farmers running low on feed for cattle.
Authorities race to protect vital Dadu Grid Station; Sindh CM aerially surveys Manchar lake and protective bunds.
Says there is "at least eight to 10 feet of water" in some areas; Dadu MPA says floodwaters headed toward the city.
Authorities plan "cut" at Indus Highway at Mukhtiar Nanagar; towns of Johi and Mehar remain cut-off.
Antonio Guterres visited several areas of Pakistan ravaged by floods today; another cut made into Larkana-Sehwan bund to divert floodwater in Indus River.
Outskirts flooded due to Dal branch breach; lake continues to rise despite water discharge into Indus.
Officials say 7 UCs of Sehwan submerged; residents of Bhan Syedabad and neighbouring areas moved to safe locations.