Pakistan Floods - 3 years on
It's been three years since Pakistan's worst floods devastated the country in 2010, affecting over 20 million people. Millions were again affected in 2011 and 2012 when severe flooding once again forced families from their homes and caused widespread destruction. Homes were destroyed, fields were waterlogged, stored seeds and grains were ruined and small livestock had perished.
Since 2010, a lot of great work has been done. The Caritas network has helped over 39,000 households rebuild their lives and livelihoods as part of a large scale emergency and recovery program. Emergency kits have been distributed and a number of relief activities have been conducted to help communities recover for the longer term. These include shelter reconstruction, water, sanitation and hygiene developments, health assistance, sustainable agriculture training, cash for work programs, livestock restocking and disaster risk reduction initiatives.
Browse the photo gallery below to see some of the recent humanitarian assistance programs that have helped flood-affected communities in Sindh and Balochistan.
Pakistan Floods Response
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