Recovery efforts in Pakistan slow but sure.

Six months after floods triggered a humanitarian crisis, submerging a fifth of the land mass and affecting 2 million people, the Pakistani government has said the emergency phase is over. So far, 800,000 households have received emergency shelter, and millions more have received food, medication and clean drinking water. Some areas like the South are still covered in water, while other regions are seeing slow returns. Jocelyne Sambira spoke to Stacey Winston, Spokesperson for the UN humanitarian agency, OCHA, from Islamabad and asked her how many people were still homeless.

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