Pakistan floods: 'I have no friends'
Pakistan's worst ever floods affected around 18 million people last year. One year on, millions are still in dire need of assistance.
The most vulnerable among them are women and children. According to the UN estimates around 3.5 million children are at risk of disease.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees are still living in camps, their homes destroyed. The BBC's Urdu Service spoke to three children from Sindh Province, the area worst affected, about how the floods have changed their lives.
Young Taufeeq from Mirpur Bururo, a small village in Sindh province, explains how he is coping with life in a flood relief camp in Hyderabad.
29 Jul 2011
- From the section South Asia