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The world has a responsibility to Pakistan's displaced millions

Last year's floods were deadliest in series of climate change-related disasters

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A camp for flood victims in Sindh province in December 2022: Pakistan faces an arduous road ahead.   © Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Ziad Haider is a member of the board of advisers of the International Rescue Committee and an executive with an international management consultancy in Singapore.

Pakistan is in the grips of what is coming to be known as a polycrisis. Amid deepening economic, political and security challenges, the world's fifth-most populous state is facing the fallout from devastating floods last August.

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