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Survivors in Pakistan wade through water in their village of Khairpur Nathan Shah, which is still surrounded by flood waters, months after floods hit the country, claiming 2,000 lives and affecting 20 million people. (AP)
Survivors in Pakistan wade through water in their village of Khairpur Nathan Shah, which is still surrounded by flood waters, months after floods hit the country, claiming 2,000 lives and affecting 20 million people. (AP)

U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos is visiting Pakistan Thursday to draw attention to the vast numbers of people still struggling, four months after flood waters swept across the country.

Many millions still rely on food aid, villages lacking clean water are still being discovered, and a million people continue to live in public buildings and camps as winter approaches.  The BBC's Jill McGivering reports from Utror, in northwest Pakistan.

This segment aired on December 2, 2010.

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