Fresh floods hit Pakistan's Sindh province, forcing hundreds of thousands to flee from their homes, hampering relief efforts in an area already devastated by record-breaking rain.
Floodwaters submerge dozens more towns and villages in the south as the Indus river breached its banks yet again, a sign that the worst is yet to come.
Doctors have warned that stagnant water and unsanitary conditions could cause a disease pandemic.
Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from a rural health centre in Sindh's Khanpur district, in southern Pakistan.
[August, 21, 2010]