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Pakistan is facing the worst floods in its history due to the heaviest monsoon rains seen the country for more than 80 years. An estimated 3.2 million people have been affected across the country including an estimated 1.4 million children. At least 35 districts in Pakistan have been severely affected by the floods, affecting the lives of an estimated 1.5 million people, while nine other districts have been moderately affected. Some 2200 people are reported dead, with this number likely to rise as the waters recede.