Donor Fatigue May Hinder Pakistan Relief

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The devastating floods in Pakistan have killed more than a thousand people, and left some 4 million homeless. But the international aid dollars donated for the recovery are lagging far behind the numbers raised for similar disasters. Mark Ward, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Asia and the Near East bureau of USAID, discusses the scope of the disaster and what is needed to help the victims.



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