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|Islamabad, Pakistan, February 3, 2011—Six months after catastrophic monsoon floods tore through Pakistan from north to south, marooning some 21 million people, including 9 million children, destroying 1.7 million homes and damaging 5.4 million acres of arable land, the crisis remains far from over and humanitarian needs are still great. Read more...
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Flood affected people living along the banks of river Kabul have been displaced by the heaviest monsoon rains in decades in Pakistan’s North. The unprecedented level of rain has triggered flash floods that have affected millions of people. Photo ©2010 Muhammad Ali/World Vision
Houses have either been washed away by the raging water or severely damaged, and families have no place to go but higher ground. Photo ©2010 Muhammad Ali/World Vision