Honorable Chief Minister Balochishtan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch Balochistan Press Briefing.

Government of Balochistan has allocated Rs 1 Billion to PDMA to meet the food requirements specially covering livestock sector and food packages for the affectees of drought in the province. More »

DG PDMA Visit to Punjab Emergency Services Rescue 1122

More »

Organized by National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM), Pakistan and Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), Balochistan. More »

Balochistan Flood 2010.

Click here to visit the Different Photo galleries of Provincial Disaster Management Authority Baluchistan More »

Scoping Workshop on Hazard & Risk Assessment of Quetta

Scoping Workshop on Hazard & Risk Assessment of Quetta More »

International Day for Disaster Reduction

Commemorating International day for Disaster Reduction.PDMA Balochistan More »

Balochistan Earthquake 2013.

Click here to visit the Different Photo galleries of Provincial Disaster Management Authority Baluchistan More »

Click here to visit the Different Photo galleries of Provincial Disaster Management Authority Balochistan More »


Tender Documents for Repair and Maintenance of PDMA Vehicle.

The Government of Balochistan Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA ) invites sealed bid as per Balochistan Public Procurement Rules, 2014 for the repair and Maintenance of PDMA field Vehicle form the interested firm.

Tender Document for Repair and Replacement Vehicle Final.

Invitation for Bids

Invitation for Bids

Prcurement of Emergency Ambulance with Fabrication & Equipment, Fabricated Fire Truck with imported Pump rather than China and Korea, Water Bowser Truck, Fire fighting Motorcycles, Wireless Communication and Miscellaneous Rescue Equipment.

Combine Resuce Tender revised dates


Situation Report- Heavy Rainfall/ Flood in Balochistan.


Due to unstable weather conditions and significant monsoon rains there would be risk of flash flooding in the local streams and nullahs of Eastern Balochistan during next 3 days. People living in low lying areas along the streams and nullahs are advised to remain careful during next 3 days.


On 19 July 2015 at 4:00 PM heavy rainfall & windstorm created the flood situation in District Zhob damaging flood protection bunds, electric poles, roads, uprooting trees, etc. Also caused breaches at various locations to the protection bunds of Killing Hassanzai & Inaam Ghundi. Further various bridges on DI Khan & Mir Ali Khel road damaged /washes away. Electricity lines of Takai & Hassanzai area fell down/ poles broken. The greater pipelines broken at various reaches from Salyaza & Kapip to Zhob City.

Further the losses of properties (Four rooms and protection Wall) occurred due to flood water, reportedly, the cows, one motorcycle and one vehicle of DC Sherani damaged completely. The most flood hit area include Kharotabad, Ganj Mohallah, Islamyar Mohallah, Pani Taqseem and Sherani Bazar, Viala, Takai, Sui Sheikhan, Baber Lakaband etc. No loss of life reported sofar except one injured namly Mr. Ghazi Khan. The official vehicle of DC Sherani has been taken away by salyaza river who alongwith his guards have been recovered from sabaza road near Zhob river. One body guard seriously injured while the remaining including DC Sherani are safe & sound.

In District Kholu 3 children are death and 6 injured due to heavy rainfall yesterday when wall collapsed.

In District Dera Bugti heavy rainfall reported complete damages report awaited.

All concerned authorities are advised to take precautionary measure. 

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 2

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 23 Jul 2015

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 28 Jul 2015

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 29 Jul 2015S

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 30 Jul 2015S-2

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 31 Jul 2015S

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 1 Aug 2015

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 2 Aug 2015

Situation Bulletin- M2015 – 3 Aug 2015

Damages update 10 Aug 15

Preliminary Monsoon 2015 Outlook for Pakistan

Using local, regional and global data sets up to April, a Preliminary Monsoon 2015 Outlook for Pakistan is prepared for June-July-August. Its salient features are given below:

  1. Pre-Monsoon showers are expected during second fortnight of June and monsoon will attain its normal rhythm gradually toward the end of July.
  2. In general, 2015 monsoon is expected weaker than normal, therefore less than normal rain is foreseen during June-August.
  3. Monsoon rains will mainly concentrate in AJK, Northeast Punjab and upper KP embedded with extreme precipitation events sometimes exceeding 200mm per day.
  4. Models are indicating some heavy falls in catchment of Kabul River in Pakistan and Afghanistan due to interaction of westerlies and monsoon currents.
  5. Due to less cloudiness and relatively clearer skies in GB, glacier melt rate will be higher. A careful operation of dams will be required to avoid the synchronous peak flows.
  6. In Sindh and Balochistan, rainfall during the period is expected to remain much less than normal which may aggravate the drought conditions in Thar and Cholistan.

Pakistan Summer Monsoon (July-September) will be issued in June using data sets up to May.