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How To Help Flood Victims In Pakistan

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How To Help Flood Victims In Pakistan

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How To Help Flood Victims In Pakistan

How To Help Flood Victims In Pakistan

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Pakistani flood survivors carry relief food supplies as they walk in a flooded area of the village of Bassera on August 17, 2010. Banaras Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pakistani flood survivors carry relief food supplies as they walk in a flooded area of the village of Bassera on August 17, 2010.

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Relentless rain and rising waters have flooded entire villages in Pakistan. Many in the region still have no food, drinking water, shelter or supplies.

The United Nations, the World Bank and the U.S. have called for billions of dollars in aid, but private funds have been slow in coming.

Guests:

Daniel Borochoff, president and founder, American Institute of Philanthropy

Peter Biro, senior communications officer, International Rescue Committee

To see the U.S. State Department's list of organizations accepting funds for relief work in Pakistan, click here.

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