An overview of Save the Children’s Pakistan Floods Response and Recovery Programme. Following the flooding in Pakistan due to the 2010 monsoon rains, Save the Children helped save lives through the provision of emergency health care and shelter materials, hygiene items, household kits, food, child protection, education, health and nutrition and livelihood support. Save the Children also established some 200 Child Friendly Spaces, supporting the emotional health and resilience of children. Over 151,400 children have so far benefited through psychosocial interventions. The areas of child labour, child abuse and early marriages have also been identified as specific priorities of work.