Banned group helps flood victims in Pakistan
More than a month after Pakistan experienced its worst flooding for nearly a century, millions of people still face a daily struggle to survive.
The waters have receded but it may take years to rebuild the communities that live along the banks of the Indus river.
Aleem Maqbool is spending this week travelling along the river to see how people are coping.
So far he has reached Charsadda, in North West Pakistan, where most of the deaths occurred.
14 Sep 2010
- From the section South Asia