By Krista Mahr
Remember the Pakistan floods? The floods that killed nearly 2000 people this summer, left over seven million people —roughly the population of the greater San Francisco area—homeless, and destroyed nearly five million acres of agricultural land? The story has inevitably receded from the international spotlight, as natural disaster stories do, but the onslaught of problems caused by worst recorded flooding in the nation's history certainly have not, nor has the tab of $9.7 billion in damages that Pakistan sustained.
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