Pakistan floods: 6 months on
The scale of the flooding in Pakistan was unprecedented. Ten years of rain fell in one week, 20 million people were affected, 14 million needed immediate humanitarian assistance.

At the height of the crisis the water spanned an area the size of England.
The UK was one of the first countries to respond to the disaster by providing tents and shelter to 1.3 million people, basic health care to 2.3 million people and safe drinking water to millions more.

Six months on, the vast majority of people who were forced to flee from the floods have returned home. But many families have lost everything and the humanitarian challenge is shifting as people rejoin their communities.

View the photos to find out how the UK government is helping people in Pakistan.

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