The end of Ramadan is usually a festive time for Muslims around the world. But for millions in Pakistan this year, there's a very different mood.
Twenty million people have been affected or displaced by the flooding that began in late July over a huge geographic area.
The American Refugee Committee is one of the non-governmental agencies providing aid there. We thought we'd check in on the situation with Tyler Zabriskie.
He's ARC's Senior Vice President for International Programs, and we reached him in Islamabad after a week in the region.