Pakistan’s record flooding last year displaced millions and left the country devastated.
Now, as new monsoon season is approaching, and recovery efforts are floundering.
Pakistan has already seen heavy rains and strong winds this year, resulting in dozens of fatalities.
Just 10 months ago, severe flooding in Pakistan killed over 1,700, displaced 8 million and cost the economy more than $30 billion.
Crop shortages continue and thousands are homeless as Pakistan struggles to rebuilds.
Relief aid has mostly dried up.
Climate change is driving more intense rainfall across Asia, and the consequences are being felt worldwide due to reduced crops.