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EMERGENCY FLOOD RESPONSE
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IMAM'S HOME DESTROYED IN THE FLOODS

When floods destroyed their home, Imam Bashk's family made a hole in the ground to use as a makeshift toilet. There was zero privacy, creating severe protection risks.

Thanks to your donations, we've built a new latrine that provides the family with privacy, dignity and sanitation. 

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EMERGENCY FLOOD RESPONSE

FOOTAGE ON THE GROUND: EMERGENCY FLOODS

We're on the ground implementing our Emergency Response. As well as providing immediate aid, we stay long after a disaster to help families restore, rehabilitate and recover.

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Deliver Emergency Food and Hygiene Kits to Flood Victims

We are delivering emergency food and hygiene kits to families affected by the tragedies. Take action for the people of Pakistan and Yemen now.

Torrential rains have caused extreme flooding in Pakistan and Yemen, leaving thousands affected. This calamity comes one year after devastating floods hit Pakistan in 2022, affecting more than 33 million people. Countless homes were obliterated, vast expanses of farmland were decimated, and the economy endured billions of dollars in losses – all within the span of a few months. 

In August 2023, Yemen experienced its third consecutive year of severe floods, lasting from mid-month to the end, exacerbating an already dire humanitarian crisis. Over 1.2 million Yemenis were displaced, and around 1,000 buildings partially or completely collapsed, compounding the impact of an ongoing conflict. The floods destroyed homes, crops, and livestock, decimating livelihoods and infrastructure such as roads and bridges. Water sources became contaminated, posing further risks. 

For both countries, incessant rainfall and subsequent floods have added strain to an already fragile population, with casualties, damage, and displacements being reported across multiple regions.

ZEENAT'S LIFE WAS UPENDED BY THE FLOODS

When the floods hit, wave after wave of water burst into Zeenat's home. To keep her children safe, they spent the night on the roof in the pouring rain.

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