Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie has visited Pakistan, which is still reeling from catastrophic floods.
Jolie is visiting with the International Rescue Committee. On Wednesday, she spoke with government and military officials responding to the disaster.
Pakistan has been hit by record monsoons since mid-June. More than 1,500 people have died, and two million houses have been damaged or destroyed. Floods persist in many areas.
Jolie reportedly met some of the locals in the hard-hit southern province of Sindh.
She said, "I've been speaking to people and thinking that if enough aid doesn't come, they won't make it. Too many children, so malnourished."
Jolie fears more hardship will come in winter. Poor sanitary conditions are currently a breeding ground for infectious diseases such as malaria and cholera.