The flooded village of Kot Addu in Punjab, August 4, 2010. (Reuters/ Stringer Photo)
More than 1500 people were killed and over 3.2 million people effected by the flood.
Now Punjab is badly hit by the flood.
Water was so high, only treetops and uppermost floors of some buildings were visible in large tracts of Kot Addu and the nearby area of Layyah in the south of the province.
The flood is spreading to other areas in Pakistan too.
And more heavy rains are expected in the next few days.
More rain can cause more flood.
And there are lots of bad germs in the dirty flood water.
The flood victims are facing lots of waterborne diseases such as cholera, diarrhea and skin problems.
A lot of the flood victims don’t have clean water, enough food and medicine to fight the diseases.
More people will die especially the children.
The United Nations said that this is a terrible humanitarian disaster.
I think we should help the flood victims because the situation will get even worse if we do not help them.
Pakistan army soldiers pass a baby across a water course as they help people flee from their flooded village following heavy monsoon rains in Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan, on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010. The death toll from massive floods in northwestern Pakistan rose to 1,100 Sunday as rescue workers struggled to save more than 27,000 people still trapped by the raging water.(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
Villagers stand on a rooftop as their house collapsed following floods in Taunsa near Multan, Pakistan on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010.(AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer)
Pakistani villagers pull their belongings through deep floodwater on the outskirt of Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. This year's monsoon season has prompted the worst flooding in Pakistan in living memory and already killed more than 1,500 people, official said. (AP Photo/Sheikh Saleem Raza)
A flood victim in Nowshera, Pakistan. ( Photo by AFP)
Flood victims crossing a bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan. (Photo by AFP)
People affected by heavy flooding shift their households on a make-shift raft in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan on Monday, Aug. 2, 2010. The government has deployed thousands of soldiers and civilian rescue workers to save an estimated 28,000 people trapped by the floodwaters, distribute food and collect the bodies of the victims. (AP Photo/Shiekh Saleem Raza)