NPR's Michele Norris talks to Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, about American aid for the victims of the floods in Pakistan. Shah says aid has been delayed in part by the difficulty of getting around the flood-ravaged areas. He also says the magnitude of the flood damage has become clear only gradually, as the crest of the Indus River has moved downstream and more and more people have been affected.
USAID Urges More Relief For Flood-Hit Pakistan
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