In Pakistan Drought, Political Inaction Blamed for Spike in Child Mortality

March 13, 2014 03:09 PM
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Dozens of children are dying in the remote southeast Pakistani region of Tharparkar, victims of a prolonged drought. Despite recent government efforts to provide food and water, analysts in Islamabad tell VOA's Sharon Behn that the latest tragedy is preventable, the result of political inaction.