Pakistanis Who Were 'Drowning' in Water Now 'Are Too Dry'
"Apocalyptic,” "a flood from the sky” — that's how some described last year’s heavy monsoon rains that caused catastrophic flooding across a large part of Pakistan. The flooding affected 33 million people and displaced nearly 8 million. VOA's Pakistan bureau chief Sarah Zaman traveled to Sindh, the southern province hit the hardest, to see what life is like now. Camera: Wajid Asad