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08 Oct 2010
British Red Cross logistics specialists are helping over 90,000 people a week receive relief items and food in southern Pakistan.
Sue Le Mesurier is in Pakistan seeing what survivors need after the devastating floods. She describes what she saw in her first week.
Learn more about the services we offer to help category one responders across the UK.
Alan Duligall, whose leg was amputated last year, lives alone in Gloucester. When his water supply ran out, we stepped in to help.
Allan and Lillian Richmond had just retired and were looking forward to going on holiday in the USA when the 2007 UK floods struck.
When 80-year-old Barbara Webb’s bungalow was badly flooded, things couldn’t have got much worse. The disabled pensioner had raw sewerage in her house and had no home insurance.
When their remote country home was flooded, pensioners Brian and Glenda Meadwell were completely cut off and had to fend for themselves for a week.
Newly widowed Doris felt alone and overwhelmed when her home was flooded - until a cheque from the Red Cross helped her repair her home.
Bouncing baby Harrison Essex was a little too young to understand flooding, being only a month old, but for his mother the implications were clear.
From distributing water and food parcels to raising money to help people recover, we helped flooded communities across the UK.
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