Between work and safety: Responding to the floods in Pakistan

How UNDP staff are coping with the floods while also supporting the response

Flooding in Pakistan has affected 33 million people and caused billions of dollars in damage to homes and infrastructure. Photo: UNDP Pakistan/Ali Yar
Security officer Sohail Khan saw houses in his neighbourhood collapse due to the flooding. Photo provided by Sohail Khan
The flooding has caused damage to farmlands, roads and bridges, leaving some areas isolated. Photo: Muhammad Marri
Environment specialist Amanullah Khan (left) says communities are pulling together to help neighbours in need. Photos: Amanullah Khan
A sharp reminder of the reality of climate change, the flooding in Pakistan comes on the heals of a severe heatwave and droughts. Photos: Sohail Khan

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