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Deya Raam, 43 years of age, works as a daily-wage labourer in the landlord’s fields. He is a resident of UC Shujabad, Taluka Mirwah, District Mirpurkhas. “I have faced many difficulties in life but this time has to be the most difficult,” he said to our team members with his voice almost breaking up. COVID-19 had already pushed these people to extreme hunger when Deya Raam’s last hope was picking cotton as a daily wager. Unfortunately, floods caused by torrential rains as an effect of climate change uprooted fields and entire villages. He not just lost his home but also his toddler son who was just one and a half. Sitting on the roadside, waiting for help, Deya was identified by the PMS disaster team and handed over relief items funded by Kerk In Actie to give his family at least some respite. His watery eyes and smiling face was all the team needed to see during TOUGHEST TIME HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED RAY OF HOPE With his wife and four kids, Mehboob Ali, lives in Tehsil Johi of District Dadu, Sindh. He works as a daily wage laborer to make ends meet for his family. When the floods hit his tehsil, he was barely able to escape and save his family. The flow of the water was so fast that almost all his belongings went flowing with it right before his eyes. “I have been in search of shelter and food since we lost everything,” he said to our team after six or seven days of losing his house and belongings. Thankfully, PMS disaster team was able to reach out to him with a relief kit sponsored by Tearfund UK – ensuring food and shelter for him and his family. “God has answered my prayers by sending your team to us,” he said thanking the team. this harsh time.

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