The 2022 Floods and Challenges for Vulnerable Communities in Sindh A Rapid Assessment

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In the wake of the devastating 2022 monsoon floods in Sindh, The Knowledge Forum (TKF), in partnership with the Sindh chapter of the National Commission on Human Rights (NCHR), has conducted a rapid assessment to document the plight and champion the rights of the affected vulnerable communities, with a special focus on children, who are often the most impacted in such calamities. This assessment aims to shed light on the urgent needs and rights of these communities, including children who face disrupted lives and education.

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