More than half of the flood victims in Pakistan's worst-hit Sindh province have returned to their homes over the past three weeks, as floodwaters are gradually receding in the region.
The disaster has affected 12 million people, killing 780.
Currently, over 200,000 people are living in relief camps in the province.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shahbaz Sharif, visited the flood-affected areas in Sindh and Baluchistan.
In mid-June, unprecedented monsoon rains and floods struck Pakistan, killing 1,719 people and leaving over half a million people residing in tents across the country in August.
The situation has improved as floodwaters have gradually receded in the affected areas, allowing people to return to their homes over the past three weeks.
However, while the situation has generally improved, the flood disaster management agency in Sindh reported that more than 200 new villages have been affected by floods due to recent monsoon rain.
An official said that flood levels are still rising in the river system and further damage is expected.
According to the United Nations, Pakistan is facing "one of the worst natural disasters of recent history," with over 17 million people being affected by the floods.
Several organisations and governments, including the United States and China, have sent aid to assist Pakistan in its recovery.