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OXFAM - 100 Days On - Emergency Flood Response Sindh Province, Pakistan 2011

Women (from left; Shanti, 40 years old, has seven children, Lachmi, 65 years old, Heeri, 20 years old, has three children, Jianni, 22 years old, has two children) relate their experience of escaping floods to a temporary camp at Digri Bypass in Mirpur Khas district, Sindh, Pakistan on November, 2011. They have been there six weeks and are waiting for housing aid to rebuilt their homes. In August 2011, Heavy monsoon rains triggered flooding in lower parts of Sindh and northern parts of Punjab

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Women (from left; Shanti, 40 years old, has seven children, Lachmi, 65 years old, Heeri, 20 years old,  has three children, Jianni, 22 years old, has two children)  relate their experience of escaping floods to a temporary camp at Digri Bypass in Mirpur Khas district, Sindh, Pakistan on November,  2011. They have been there six weeks and are waiting for housing aid to rebuilt their homes. In August 2011, Heavy monsoon rains triggered flooding in lower parts of Sindh and northern parts of Punjab