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Agencies Urge Immediate Relief for Pakistan

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Agencies Urge Immediate Relief for Pakistan

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Agencies Urge Immediate Relief for Pakistan

Agencies Urge Immediate Relief for Pakistan

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In Pakistan, there's a race with winter to provide shelter for millions left homeless by last month's earthquake. The United Nations recently increased the projected monetary need to $500 million.

Guests:

Dr. Irfan Noor, Pakistani doctor

Jan Vandemoortele, U.N. resident coordinator for Pakistan with the U.N. Development Program; made humanitarian coordinator after the earthquake hit

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