At the COP27 summit, Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif encouraged Western countries to give financial support to less developed, more vulnerable countries like his that were seriously affected by climate change. Millions of people are still without a place to live, months after Pakistan’s floods. Thousands of schools and hospitals were also completely destroyed. According to the Pakistani government, the estimated cost of reconstruction is more than $30 billion. Hanifa lost her son and is one of the millions of homeless individuals. According to Hanifa, her son Abdul went back into their house after they left to get something but never came back. Another survivor, Najma, hopes to one day become a doctor. But she is worried that day may never arrive because her school was sunk by the flood. Abdul Qayoom’s 100-year residence has also been destroyed due to the disaster. His home is located in the dry Balochistan province of Hana Urak, which is generally more vulnerable to drought than rain.