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Devastating floods have displaced up to 28 million people in South Asia. It has now been raining in northern India, Bangladesh and Nepal for more than 20 days. Concern is working with its partners in Bangladesh to help those affected.

Hadija Yousouf is a 27-year-old woman living in the Gouroukoun camp for internally displaced people outside Goz Beida in eastern Chad.

Hadija Yousouf is a 27-year-old woman living in the Gouroukoun camp for internally displaced people outside Goz Beida in eastern Chad.

Cyclone Yemyin hit Balochistan Province, in southwest Pakistan, on Tuesday 26 June 2007, bringing heavy rain, flooding and winds of up to 80 miles per hour.

Over the past weekend, the Concern emergency response team, working with local NGO partner Nishkriti, successfully distributed emergency food to 4,000 families affected by mudslides and flooding in Chittagong.

Concern has announced its plans for an emergency relief effort in response to the mudslides and flooding in Chittagong, Bangladesh.

At least 84 people were killed and hundreds more are injured or missing as torrential rains sparked a series of devastating landslides in Chittagong, plunging the country's second city into chaos.

Urgently needed aid supplies are on the way to families living in camps in western Darfur.

The rainy season arrived early this year in Haiti, causing widespread damage and flooding. Concern's operations in the country were not affected and are now posed to help with any further potential disasters.

The rainy season is approaching in Darfur, and thousands of vulnerable people are unprepared. Anne O'Mahony talks to Concern from the region.

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