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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.
Thanks to a Red Cross livelihoods grant, Soni Ali can make enough money to support her growing family.
11 Jul 2013
A British Red Cross team has helped thousands of people in the wake of devastating floods in Mozambique.
When the monsoon floods started claiming lives and destroying homes in Pakistan, the Red Cross moved quickly to respond, with food, shelter and medical care.
After she went missing, the Kenya Red Cross tracked down mother-of-seven Anisa Ibrahim and helped her get vital treatment for herself and her family.
Discuss current affairs in tutor time, PSHE & citizenship classes and assembly. News stories for young people with trigger questions.
Use a single photo to discuss the human impact of the torrential monsoon rains that triggered Pakistan's worst natural disaster on record.
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