Funding health care in the aftermath of the floods

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In October 2011, as large parts of Pakistan’s Sindh Province lay devastated by flooding, Mai Rasheeda Qambrani was in severe pain.

She was in the last month of pregnancy - her sixth in 10 years - but Rasheeda had not experienced any baby movements for a week. She needed urgent medical attention.

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