Tee5s Clothing Store – The Black Keys at Dos Equis Pavilion on Oct 18, 2022 Poster shirt

Not only the products are shown in the selection, but we also offer other products with this design. Below is a list of products available, Please contact us if you do not see this product in our product options. We will contact you within 12 hours And you will have the product according to your requirements, see more on the available products.

Click here to buy this shirt: The Black Keys at Dos Equis Pavilion on Oct 18, 2022 Poster shirt

“I want to go back to my home,” near the village of Khuda Baksh Jamali, she says. “But people say I cannot go back yet. The water has not receded. Can you give me some milk?” Extreme flooding in Pakistan this summer caused more than 1,600 deaths and displaced approximately 33 million people from their homes. Sindh and Balochistan, in Pakistan’s southwest, remain the worst-hit provinces. From late August onward, as water from record rainfall and melting glaciers entered the flatlands of Sindh, it gushed onto fields where cotton is grown, flowed into pastures where cattle graze—and pooled into the houses of those who pick the crop and tend the livestock, rendering them homeless. Some of those families now reside in relief camps on the few patches of dry land outside Dadu. This is the same district that UN High Commissioner for Refugees special envoy Angelina Jolie visited in late September. “In all my life, I have never seen anything like this,” Jolie said at the time. “Families are sleeping under open skies and have lost everything in these floods.” In Dadu district, thousands of sun-bleached canvas tents are clustered in groups on either side of an elevated single-lane road. Families of five, six, eight, and even a dozen take shelter in a single tent. Every displaced person is battling hunger, heat exhaustion, dehydration, and gastrointestinal issues. Even then, some are more vulnerable than others—like pregnant women, nursing mothers, and tiny newborn babies. With little access to flooded district hospitals or even the traditional village dais (midwives) that they might usually turn to, expectant mothers are helpless.

The Black Keys at Dos Equis Pavilion on Oct 18, 2022 Poster shirt

“I cannot leave the camp,” insists Amina. “I have small children back at the tent. Who will look after them if I’m not here?” If Amina were at home in her village, she would have relied on her community to help her while she visited a hospital. But now, displaced from her home by the unprecedented flooding and record monsoon rainfall that hit Pakistan this summer, she is cut off from her support network. She is also hungry, thirsty, dehydrated, and possibly anemic. As one of approximately 2,600 internally displaced persons living in 470 tents in this single relief camp, Amina is lucky if she gets two very basic meals a day. Every toddler in this camp appears malnourished. Mothers who are too malnourished to lactate have no formula to feed their babies. As the midwives try to negotiate with Amina, another expectant mother, Shehzadi, enters the makeshift clinic carrying her toddler. She says her toddler, a girl called Sohrat, is three years old. But the child appears to be hardly older than 18 months and cries incessantly. Shehzadi says she’s been living in camps for two months now; the displacement has taken a visible toll on her children’s health.

The Black Keys at Dos Equis Pavilion on Oct 18, 2022 Poster s Hoodie

This is the gap health care workers specializing in prenatal care are desperately trying to fill—the possibly fatal period between displacement and due date. Neha Mankani and Jahan Zuberi have traveled more than 300 kilometers from Karachi in order to examine displaced pregnant women in the relief camps in Dadu and deliver hundreds of what they call safe-delivery kits. Each of these kits contains the basic material an expecting mother may need if she is to give birth in a relief camp: a clean tarp to lie on, a sterile blade with which to cut the umbilical cord, a clean set of clothes for her new baby to wear, and essential vitamins like folic acid. Mankani started Mama Baby Fund seven years ago when she identified gaps in prenatal care while working at a low-income hospital in Karachi. Two years ago, she also started seeing patients at a tiny fishing community called Baba Island off Karachi’s coastline. Baba Island is accessible only by boat, and during the monsoon season, expectant mothers are at risk because the community is often completely cut off. “My work with this community helped me better understand what a lack of access does to expecting mothers,” says Mankani. So when the first wave of floods hit Sindh earlier this summer, she traveled to affected areas with just 25 safe-delivery kits. She was soon receiving messages from local relief organizations asking for thousands of kits.

6 Available products for The Black Keys at Dos Equis Pavilion on Oct 18, 2022 Poster shirt:

    • Classic Men’s Shirt
    • Classic Women’s Shirt
    • Women’s The Boyfriend Tee
    • Women’s Heather Wicking Tee
    • Women’s Scoop Neck T-shirt
    • Women’s Slouchy top
    • Women’s Organic Tee
    • Men’s Short Sleeve Tee
    • Unisex Jersey Short Sleeve Tee
    • Men’s Cotton Crew Tee
    • Unisex Ultra Cotton Tee
    • Men’s Heather Dri-Fit Tee
    • Men’s Polo Shirt
    • Men’s Jersey Polo Shirt
    • Unisex Ringer Tee
    • Men’s Lightweight Fashion Tee
    • Men’s V-Neck
    • Unisex Jersey Short Sleeve V-Neck Tee
    • Women V-Neck
    • Women’s Jersey Short Sleeve Deep V-Neck Tee
    • Unisex Hoodie
    • Unisex Heavy Blend™ Full-Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
    • Men’s Lightweight Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
    • Unisex French Terry Zip Hoodie
    • AOP Unisex Zip Hoodie
    • Unisex Longsleeve
    • Unisex Jersey Long Sleeve Tee
    • Unisex 3/4 Sleeve Baseball Tee
    • Unisex Tri-Blend 3/4 Raglan Tee
    • Men’s Varsity Jacket
    • Youth T-shirt
    • Sweatshirt Unisex
    • Tank Top
    • Men’s Sleeveless Performance Tee
    • Women’s Cut & Sew Racerback Dress
    • Women’s Pencil Skirt
    • Women’s Cut & Sew Casual Leggings
    • Women’s Sponge Fleece Wide Neck Sweatshirt
    • Kids Regular Fit Tee
    • Infant Long Sleeve Bodysuit
    • Mug $22.99
    • Phone Case
    • Bags
    • Unisex Flip-Flops

Available Size: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL Available Color: Black, Cardinal Red, Forest Green, Gold, Navy, Royal, Sport Grey, White…

Home: Tee5s Clothing Store
This product belong to duc-truong