Recent monsoon floods in Pakistan have affected nine million people and flood-related diseases are rising.
This comes just a year after "the worst disaster in UN history", floods in 2010 which left one-fifth of the country inundated, 21 million homeless and more than 1000 people dead.
Critics say the government has failed to learn from past disasters. In some regions, victims are forced to abandon their livelihoods a second time in 13 months. But compassion fatigue means international aid has been slow to trickle in.
101 East asks if Pakistan can rise above this latest crisis.
101 East airs each week at the following times GMT: Thursday: 2230; Friday: 0930; Saturday: 0330; Sunday: 1630.
Click here for more 101 East.