People waiting in line for aid at a tent distribution point in northwest Pakistan

People waiting in line for aid at a tent distribution point in northwest Pakistan

Waterborne diseases and food-and-water shortages follow the worst floods in Pakistan’s recorded history. Millions of lives and political stability are threatened. The international relief effort and why many are still not getting help.

Guests

  • Paul Roepe co-director, the Center for Infectious Disease at Georgetown University; professor of chemistry at Georgetown University Medical Center.
  • Molly Kinder senior policy analyst and manager of U.S. development strategy in Pakistan for the Center for Global Development.
  • Moeed Yusuf South Asia adviser and manager of the Pakistan program for the United States Institute of Peace.

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