Working together in Pakistan

Working together in Pakistan

20 July 2012

Following the Pakistan floods in 2010, six agencies affiliated with the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies launched a programme to help the people affected. 

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Here is an excerpt from the document: 

Heavy monsoon rains beginning at the end of July 2010 triggered unprecedented flooding along the Indus River and ploughed a swathe of destruction more than 1,000 km long, stretching through northern Pakistan, the Punjab and Sindh. The government of Pakistan reported that over 20 million people were affected by the floods in 78 districts, and the official death toll has reached 1,985. Over 1.6 million houses have either been damaged or destroyed. As of November 2010, 7.2 million people were still receiving food aid. At that time, shelter and restoring livelihoods were a priority in all provinces. 

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Working together in Pakistan

Following the Pakistan floods in 2010, six agencies affiliated with the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies launched a programme to help the people affected.