Flooding Kills 20 in Pakistan; AMG International Team Helping Afghan Refugees Navigate Flooding in Pakistan as they Resettle After Fleeing the Taliban

Photo courtesy of AMG International.

At least 20 people died in Northern Pakistan after monsoon rains and mudslides. In total, 160 have died in the country from rain during this monsoon season.

Brian Dennett says an AMG International team is on the ground in the area, helping Afghan refugees resettle after fleeing the Taliban. “They called out to us for help yesterday, explaining that in much of their area, they’ve got water as high as five feet deep. It’s continuing to rise. Many people in the area have lost crops just in the last 10 days as a result. I know some of our facilities there are currently underwater.”

The team has been working near Lahore, Pakistan’s second-largest city, to welcome the refugees and help them resettle. The rain only makes the situation more complicated for these people, who had hoped to find safety and security in Pakistan.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

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