In 2010 Pakistan experienced the worst floods in living memory. Around 20.2 million people were affected - more than the 2004 tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, and the Haiti earthquake combined. One year later, new flooding affected more than 9 million people. The southern province of Sindh was the worst affected.
I was working for CARE International in the flood response in 2010 and 2011. These photographs show the people in the Swat valley, in the Northwest of Pakistan - where the floods started.
See also: CARE International Website (Australia)