MUZAFFARGARH, PAKISTAN – AUGUST 23: The country’s agricultural heartland has been devastated, with rice, corn and wheat crops destroyed by floods. Officials say as many as 20 million people have been effected during Pakistan’s worst flooding in 80 years. The army and aid organizations are struggling to cope with the scope of the wide spread scale of the disaster that has killed over 1,600 people and displaced millions. The UN has described the disaster as unprecedented, with over a third of the country under water. Pakistan braced for more flooding in the south as officials were due to hold talks in Washington on Monday with the International Monetary Fund on how to shore up the battered economy to maintain stability. #flood #Pakistan
- 12 day old Hamza Shazaman suffering from diarrhea cries and is consoled by his mother as he receives treatment at the District Headquarters Hospital on August 23, 2010 in Muzaffargarh in Punjab, Pakistan.
- 2 year old Akil suffering from diarrhea receives treatment at the District Headquarters Hospital as his mother and grandmother wait patiently on August 23, 2010 in Muzaffargarh in Punjab, Pakistan.
- A child of flood victims who suffers from severe dehydration receives medical treatment in a hospital in Multan, in Punjab province.
- Children run with bags of cooked rice that a local charity handed out to flood victims at a school near Nowsheera in Pakistan’s northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province.
- A family, displaced from their homes by flooding, hail down a truck in hope of getting a lift across a flooded stretch of road on August 23, 2010 in the village of Vasandawali south of Muzaffargarh in Punjab, Pakistan.
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