For most people, a truck is a mode of transport. For Pakistanis, it's a canvas. In Karachi, Jessica Partnow from the World Vision Report has the story. This story originally aired on the World Vision Report. We got it from the Public Radio Exchange.
More than six million people in Pakistan now face the start of winter without adequate shelter because their homes were destroyed in August's devastating floods.Many Pakistanis are increasingly angry and accuse the government of failing to help them.
In Pakistan, skin disease has developed into one of the top three medical conditions experienced by those affected by August's massive floods.Dr. Aisha Sethi is a professor of dermatology at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Ifti Nasim left Pakistan more than 30 years ago because he wanted to live life as an openly gay man. He came to Chicago and joined the gay movement here. Nasim’s now the host of a local South Asian radio show.