Help pours in for Malaysia flood victims

Aid agencies are overwhelmed by scope of private donations, but they struggle to reach people in flood-affected areas.

    Thousands of volunteers in Malaysia are desperately trying to get supplies to flood victims in the northeast of the country. Aid agencies have been overwhelmed with private donations.

    Al Jazeera's Karishma Vyas reports from Subang Jaya where volunteers are struggling to get aid to many communities.


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