The flood of July 27 washed out millions of people's home, belongings, and means of survival.1600 people have already died; millions more are at risk of water-related disease. The fact that the quality of much infrastructure was poor to begin with makes the effect worse, and now much of this infrastructure is completely destroyed, making relief work harder. The absence of aid leaves people vulnerable to exploitation by militant groups who claim they can help.
We will provide food, water, shelter and clothing to those without these things because of the flood, thus allowing them to survive.
If enough aid does not arrive from governments and humanitarian groups, militant groups will be able to provide aid, be seen as rescuers, and gain more power. By providing aid through real humanitarian groups we can prevent this.