The heavy monsoon rain-triggered flash floods since mid-June have also destroyed a total of 1,979,485 houses
The humanitarian relief goods include food items, tents, blankets, medical supplies, survival and hygiene equipment, and high-capacity water pumps, according to the spokesperson on Thursday.
Before the press talk, Guterres received a briefing from the officials of the National Flood Response Coordination Center about the massive havoc caused by the recent flood and ongoing relief activities across the country.
Pakistan is witnessing a catastrophic flood with millions displaced in the cash-strapped country. The death toll in flooding has increased to 1,162. As per National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the victims include 384 children and 231 women.
UN-affiliated NGO United Sikhs has rushed relief supplies for flood victims in Pakistan's Charsadda district where thousands of people and the livestock were badly hit, besides unprecedented damage to the property.
The death toll in Pakistan's catastrophic flooding has increased to 1,162 as the cash-strapped country struggles to rescue and care for millions of people displaced by the surging waters.