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Pakistan's worst floods for 80 years devastated huge areas of the country. Find out how we're helping people recover.
The British Red Cross is supporting livelihoods, disaster preparedness, shelter, water and sanitation work.
Find out how we're helping
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.
Find out how we helped
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.
A Red Cross livelihoods grant helped Sahiba reopen her shop after it was destroyed by floods in Pakistan.
Thanks to a Red Cross livelihoods grant, Soni Ali can make enough money to support her growing family.
Being pregnant at any time can be difficult, but being pregnant during monsoon floods brings particularly serious challenges.
Games and activities are helping children suffering the psychological impact of the Pakistan floods which changed their lives.
Hanifa barely escaped with her family when flood waters swept through Pakistan. She needs the basic items the Pakistan Red Cross is distributing.
Six months after the floods in Pakistan began, millions of people remain homeless and in need of emergency aid.
British Red Cross logistics specialists are helping over 90,000 people a week receive relief items and food in southern Pakistan.
We have deployed a team of sanitation and hygiene specialists as public health is severely threatened after Pakistan’s floods.
In the aftermath of Pakistan’s floods, which has affected more than 18 million people, the consequences of this disaster continue to unfold.
A team of British Red Cross logistics specialists has arrived in Pakistan to help co-ordinate the arrival of aid so it can be delivered to those most in need.
The Red Cross will increase its relief operation in Pakistan five-fold, to reach more than two million people with aid in the coming months.
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