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Christian Aid fears acute hunger will hit communities devastated by floods in Uttarakhand, northern India.
Incessant rains in the Indian states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh have forced 800,000 people to flee to higher ground
Church charities have joined the massive relief effort in Assam state in the northeast region of India, which has experienced a devastating flood.
Monsoon rains in Bangladesh have caused flash floods and landslides. There are an estimated 121 fatalities and one million people are marooned.
The worst floods in Cambodia for more than a decade have killed 247 people, mainly by drowning, and displaced more than 100,000 families.
The Methodist Church in Britain has launched an appeal for the people of Pakistan as the number of flood victims continues to rise there.
As northern Australia suffers the worst flooding in more than 30 years, Australian churches have moved rapidly to respond to the community’s urgent needs.
Three months after floods began in Pakistan, aid agencies are concerned that 99 cases of cholera across the country have now been publicly confirmed.
The Methodist Church Relief and Develpment Fund has sent up an emergency fund to aid survivors of the floods in Pakistan.
Floods triggered by exceptionally heavy monsoon rains in northwestern Pakistan have killed at least 800 people and affected up to a million.
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