Intense rainfall across Pakistan this monsoon season has driven tens of thousands of people out of their homes and villages for the fourth year running. They sought shelter on raised land or in school buildings, victims to another extreme weather …
Magnus WolfeMurray, Humanitarian Advisor
I am the “Humanitarian Advisor” for DfiD Pakistan, focusing on our work in shelter, water and sanitation for people affected by floods as well as conflict. I worked for about 16 years with different international NGOs managing country programmes in conflict or natural disasters across four continents. Later I worked with the UN to help local Governments deal with internally displaced people (IDPs).
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