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The boy he can’t forget – Red Crescent photographer shares stories from drought and flood-hit Afghanistan

Afghan Red Crescent Society disaster management officer, Meer Abdullah, has seen first-hand how severe floods are affecting communities in Afghanistan. In March, heavy rains and snow across 16 provinces brought flash floods that killed 63 people and affected at least 281,000 people across nine provinces. Many people were forced to leave their homes as the floods destroyed their houses, leaving them struggling with food, water and healthcare. Among the sea of displaced people are vulnerable groups – women, the young, the old, and people with disabilities.

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