Rob Lewis Visit To Flood Affected Village

They say a picture is worth a thousand words which is handy because I would need a lot of words and a long time to do justice to the photos Rob Lewis took on his recent visit to a flood affected just outside Hyderabad.

He was visiting with Chuck Adolphy to see the devastation for themselves and to raise awareness of the Just Giving Page that the Barmy Army has set up.

The Barmy Army have been following England through Pakistan the last month. With our final stop in Karachi, we are near where some of the devastating floods took place.

We want to raise life saving funds for those affected by the Pakistan Floods. These communities are suffering and will do for years to come so please help us out.

Human Appeal are on the ground right now by providing the below.

£32 Provides a hot nutritious meal, served daily to 20 flood affected victims.

£76 – Provide two nutritious food parcels. to flood affected victims

£3,500 Transform the lives, livelihoods and security of an entire village in Tharparkar.

£800 Install a clean water well in Pakistan for 105 people and receive a dedicated plaque and personalised feedback report.

£720 – Change the life of a street child by providing food, a safe space, healthcare, counselling, and skill development.

£375 Provide farmer with training, tools, and support to start a honey bee farm.

Worth searching to see if you can find the interview Rob and Chuck did with Dan Norcross from BBC Test Match Special on their visit.