"We are grateful for supporters like you," says Namaz (far right). Steadfast and resilient, he
is optimistic about the future and eager to rebuild his life with his family. Please help today.
As the devastating flood engulfed Namaz's tiny home and what little possessions his family owned, he, Nazan Bibi (his wife), and Reshma and Liaquat (their 4- and 2-year-old kids) were forced to flee in the middle of the night and later take refuge in a tent near the rubble and ruin left in the wake of the damaging water. Soon after, the family was struck once again by hardship when the three goats they relied on for income died from a waterborne disease.
Today they are still struggling to survive.
The hardest days are when Reshma and Liaquat go hungry and have to go to sleep with their tummies empty.