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What do students know about the floods in Australia? Discuss this short radio interview with someone who has unexpected views.
Games and activities are helping children suffering the psychological impact of the Pakistan floods which changed their lives.
Fazlay and his family of nine are struggling to get food after the floods destroyed their crops. They will need help for some time to come.
Haja and his family lost their home and even had to drink flood water to survive. We've given them food and materials to build a shelter.
After floods in Pakistan washed away or damaged all the family’s belongings, Hamza, his wife and four children had to survive off one meal each a day.
Hanifa barely escaped with her family when flood waters swept through Pakistan. She needs the basic items the Pakistan Red Cross is distributing.
The 2010 Pakistan floods were the worst to hit the country in 80 years. The Red Cross helped people recover.
Manthar lost two of his children in the floods and his home was destroyed. As he returns to his village, he faces an uncertain future.
A Red Cross livelihoods grant helped Sahiba reopen her shop after it was destroyed by floods in Pakistan.
Saifdeen and his family survived Pakistan’s floods, but now he has no home, no food and his children are suffering with a fever.
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