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The 2010 monsoon rains and glacier melting have resulted in Pakistan’s worst natural disaster.Floods Threaten Core of Pakistan

by Linda Bloom
9/3/10: The floodwaters covering Pakistan are sweeping away homes and crops and destroying the country’s schools, health-care centers and roads – the essence of its social system.


Many roads in flooded areas of Pakistan are completely damagedDonors Respond Slowly to Pakistan Floods

by Susan Hogan
8/25/10: The outpouring of donations following the Jan. 12 earthquake that rocked Haiti is not being repeated for the people of Pakistan fighting for survival in the wake of massive floods.


NadiaRain of Compassion

by Linda Unger
8/23/10: With new floods, the people of Pakistan are in crisis are in more desperate need of a different kind of deluge: the rain of compassion.

Flood survivors in Pakistan walk through water-filled streets in the northwestern city of NowsheraPakistan Floods Threaten Millions of Children

by Linda Bloom
8/17/10: The United Nations estimates that 3.5 million children are at risk for diarrhea, cholera, typhoid and other water-borne diseases in the wake of flash flooding.


Flood victims walk through mud while salvaging their belongings from their destroyed village in PabbiClean Water and Food Relief to Pakistan

United Methodist Committee on Relief
8/6/10: Food and clean drinking water are among the most urgent needs in Pakistan, as casualties from widespread flooding continue to rise.


A man evacuates his children through waist-deep waters after heavy flooding in NowsheraUMCOR Reaches Out to Partners in Pakistan

by Linda Unger
8/3/10: The United Methodist Committee on Relief is reaching out through partners to respond to the most severe flooding ever to affect Pakistan.


Women wade through flood waters with their children while evacuating from NowsheraUMCOR's Response to Floods in Pakistan

8/1/10: The United Methodist Committee on Relief is responding to the flash floods and landslides in Pakistan. More than 1,000 people have died and 25,000 are stranded without food or water.