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Local communities improve livelihoods by repairing water channels

The coastal area of district Badin in Sindh province was covered with mud during the floods in 2010. This affected land productivity as well as livelihoods of the surrounding communities whose main source of income was the production of agricultural crops. A large number of people rely on this watermore

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Communities work together to reduce the risk of flash floods in Northern Pakistan

Bindo Gol is a remote valley located 65 kilometers northwest of Chitral town in Northern Pakistan. For the past ten years, climate change induced disasters have taken momentum in the valley, particularly the floods caused by glacial lakes.   These glacial lake outburst floods (GLmore

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Livestock and vocational tools boost livelihoods post floods

District Badin in Sindh province was severely affected by the floods in 2011 and around 1.52 million houses were damaged. The devastation caused by the floods worsened the living conditions of people residing in the villages. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Global Environment Facilitmore

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Women earn income by repairing houses post floods

The Research and Development for Human Resources (RDHR) with support of UNDP, GEF, & JAPAN Official Development Assistance, reached the backward and most flood affected areas to assist with financial help through cash for work. One of the beneficiaries included Allah Bachai, 20, who is disabled more

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  • (C): Satomi Kato/UNDP
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