Driving through Badin province I encountered major highways flooded, search and rescue activities and floodwaters that were well over a metre deep as far as the eye could see. The roads were lined with people who had fled their homes with what few possessions they could salvage and were now living under dirty plastic sheeting, ripped tents or any kind of covering they could improvise.
It’s often the unexpected things that cause the most impact. My five day visit to Sindh province in southern Pakistan in the first week of September proved to be no exception.
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