A fierce cyclone ripped through Pakistan's southwest coast on Tuesday 26 June, causing severe flooding that has affected two million people.
Around 250,000 people have been made homeless by flooding and violent winds.
The worst-affected area is the southwest corner of Balochistan, with the towns of Turbat and Gwadar bearing the full force of Cyclone Yemyin. The death toll has hit 100 in Pakistan alone, but at least another 400 people are still missing.
Dozens of villages are submerged under water, leaving thousands of people in Ormara, Pasni, and Jewani without shelter. People were left clinging to trees as flood waters rose, while others were evacuated to higher ground. Survivors face the added threat of snake bites and epidemic diseases.
Roads and bridges have been washed away, hampering the aid effort.
The cyclone comes days after a storm battered Karachi, the country’s biggest city, which left up to 230 dead.
More rains are forecast for the region.