This video says about itself:
In May-June 2011, Euan Robinson, IRC policy and advocacy officer, travelled to Sindh province in southwest Pakistan to learn how communities are recovering from the 2010 floods. Their experiences have been documented in a short film, After the Flood, which highlights the experiences of flood survivors one year on, reveals the scale of ongoing suffering and shows what the IRC is doing to help.
Pakistan’s PM has cancelled a trip to the UN general assembly in New York as heavy rains battered his country and floods left 200,000 people homeless: here.
Popular anger is spreading throughout Pakistan over the PPP-led government’s pitiful response to the massive floods that are ravaging the country for the second year in succession: here.
Left with little or no assistance, millions of people in flood-ravaged Pakistan face the imminent threat of famine and disease outbreaks. At least 456 have died and over 9 million have already been affected by the floods since heavy rains began in mid-August. Southern Pakistan, where there was hardly any recovery from the unprecedented damage left by last summer’s floods, is the hardest hit: here.
The Pakistani state has arrested and tortured union and political activists using special anti-terror laws: here.
Neglected Pakistan flood victims left to survive on their own: here.
Heavy rains caused by Tropical Storm Lee on Thursday forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents from Pennsylvania and New York: here.