The United Nations describes the humanitarian situation caused by the 2010 Pakistan floods as critical.
The United Nations launches an appeal for more than $2 billion in the wake of the 2010 Pakistan floods: this represents the organisation's biggest response to a natural disaster.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomes more than $200 million in funds pledged towards the humanitarian effort following the 2010 Pakistan floods.
The United Nations says that flood relief aid to Pakistan is "arriving too slowly".
The devastating floods continue as a concern of the United Nations, with officials citing a lack of aid funding for six million people in urgent need of clean water.
The United Nations estimates that the relief efforts are yet to reach six million people.
The United Nations launches a major appeal for assistance dealing with the ongoing floods that have devastated Pakistan.
John Holmes, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator appeals for $460 million in funding to assist victims of the 2010 Pakistan floods.
The United Nations states more than four million people are now affected by the most severe flooding in Pakistan's history, while the death toll rises to at least 1,600.
The United Nations World Food Programme warns that parts of northwest Pakistan are facing urgent food shortages.