Pakistani health officials are warning of a looming health crisis in the country after devastating recent floods.
Thirty-three million people have been affected by the flooding, which has left nearly 1,500 dead since the middle of June.
Many displaced people are living near stagnant water. Dengue fever is already claiming lives and cases are increasing by the day.
About 3,830 cases of dengue fever have been reported by health officials in southern Sindh province, with at least nine deaths, but there are concerns this may be a conservative estimate.