After a slow July, Pakistan’s monsoon kicked in strongly in early August. Intense monsoon rains trigged flash floods from northern Pakistan to the southern city of Karachi, leaving 58 people dead, according to the Government of Pakistan.

After a slow July, Pakistan’s monsoon kicked in strongly in early August. Intense monsoon rains trigged flash floods from northern Pakistan to the southern city of Karachi, leaving 58 people dead, according to the Government of Pakistan.

04/04/2016 - Flash Floods in Pakistan Leave at Least 45 Dead, Officials Say

Flash Floods in Pakistan Kill at Least 45, Officials Say

04/04/2016 - Flash Floods in Pakistan Leave at Least 45 Dead, Officials Say

The worst floods in Pakistan's history have affected 14 million people, with floodwater reaching Sindh province, officials say.

Pakistan floods 'hit 14m people'

The worst floods in Pakistan's history have affected 14 million people, with floodwater reaching Sindh province, officials say.

Map of the floods in Pakistan in sumer 2010.

Map of the floods in Pakistan in sumer 2010.

After the floods in Pakistan, “We need a house to live in and we need food to survive. But, we have no money to rebuild our home.” - Achar, 62. CWS provided Achar and his son with shelter and other aid.

After the floods in Pakistan, “We need a house to live in and we need food to survive. But, we have no money to rebuild our home.” - Achar, 62. CWS provided Achar and his son with shelter and other aid.

Survivors of the floods in Pakistan reach for food bags dropped by an army helicopter in Lal Pir on August 7.

Pictures of the Year 2010 - Photo Essays

Survivors of the floods in Pakistan reach for food bags dropped by an army helicopter in Lal Pir on August 7.

eerie trees

Eerie Trees

religionisbullshit: “ “ Trees cocooned in spiders webs, an unexpected side effect of the flooding in Sindh, Pakistan Millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising flood waters.

These are the terrifying trees of Sindh (Pakistan), completely cocooned in cobwebs after millions of spiders were driven up them to escape rising flood waters.

These are the terrifying trees of Sindh (Pakistan), completely cocooned in cobwebs after millions of spiders were driven up them to escape rising flood waters.

See how MSF is delivering much-needed clean water in the Swat Valley's largest town, Mingora. MSF is providing medical services, water and emergency provisions to those affected by the flood in Pakistan.

See how MSF is delivering much-needed clean water in the Swat Valley's largest town, Mingora. MSF is providing medical services, water and emergency provisions to those affected by the flood in Pakistan.

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