Typically, the world community responds with more vigor and compassion to immediate crises like earthquakes, hurricanes and the like than to “routine” crises like disease or hunger. That’s because the devastation and human toll is more visible.
Right now, anywhere from 10 to 20 million people in Pakistan are reportedly at risk due to massive flooding and destruction. Yet, by most accounts, the humanitarian response has been slow and woefully insufficient so far.
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Aid to Pakistan is Meager — Due to Media Indifference, Economics and Not Enough Deaths, NYT says.