Pakistan: One year later

Fri Jul 29, 2011 6:25pm EDT

1 of 30. A girl, taking refuge with her family after being displaced by heavy floods for almost a year, holds a pot to fill with water from a nearby hand pump along a road in Khairpur Nathan Shah, about 42 km (26 miles) from Dadu, in Pakistan's Sindh province July 7, 2011. Up to five million people in Pakistan are at risk from floods this year, partly due to poor reconstruction and the inadequate rehabilitation of survivors who are still reeling from last year's epic deluge, the United Nations said.

Credit: Reuters/Akhtar Soomro

The 2010 Pakistan floods, which engulfed Charsadda on July 29, 2010, left some 2,000 people dead nationwide, 11 million homeless and another 7 million affected. At its height, one-fifth of Pakistan was submerged.

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