Last May, the worst flooding in more than 100 years ripped through the Balkans — triggering thousands of landslides, unearthing landmines, killing 50 people, damaging 43,000 homes and displacing 90,000 people. More than 1 million people were affected as roads and homes were buried in mud and debris.

Almost six months later, some families have not received help despite the $1 billion international donors pledged for recovery. Reuters photographer Dado Ruciv, who photographed the floods in the Bosnian village of Topcic Polje, revisited the village to see how it was doing.

The photographs below show the same locations photographed five months apart. To see before and after, slide the slider.