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

Residents walk through the remains of their destroyed village of Geo Kaloid in Mirpur Khas district, Sindh, Pakistan on November 3, 2011. The village was completely destroyed in recent floods and residents are living in makeshift shelters alongside a nearby road. 1.5 inches of rain receding each day an it will take 4-6 months to drain all the water and begin to rebuild homes. The villagers have no savings to reconstruct their homes. It costs 80-100,000 to rebuild a decent house. The village is made up of farmers and labourers..In August 2011, Heavy monsoon rains triggered flooding in lower parts of Sindh and northern parts of Punjab.

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Residents walk through the remains of their destroyed village of Geo Kaloid in Mirpur Khas district, Sindh, Pakistan on November 3, 2011. The village was completely destroyed in recent floods and residents are living in makeshift shelters alongside a nearby road. 1.5 inches of rain receding each day an it will take 4-6 months to drain all the water and begin to rebuild homes. The villagers have no savings to reconstruct their homes. It costs 80-100,000 to rebuild a decent house.  The village is made up of farmers and labourers..In August 2011, Heavy monsoon rains triggered flooding in lower parts of Sindh and northern parts of Punjab.