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2010 Pakistan flooding

In July 2010 approximately one-fifth of Pakistan's total land area was flooded, with about 20 million people affected. CBM and partners responded to ensure that the needs of people with disabilities were not forgotten, and continued, after the floods had abated, to help rebuild livelihoods and property.

Pakistan flood relief six months on

After devastating floods ravaged Pakistan, CBM and our local partners are working hard to rebuild lives, livelihoods and confidence in the future


Pakistan flood relief – Rebuilding

Emergency relief efforts are shifting towards rebuilding homes, schools and livelihoods for flood survivors


Homes and livelihoods washed away

Meer Hassan, a person with a disability who was self sufficient before the flooding in Pakistan, has lost everything


UPDATE Pakistan Floods - CBM helping 25,000 survivors

Along with providing food, water, shelter and medical care, CBM and our local partners are planning to rebuild homes, schools and livelihoods



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