More rain has added to the misery in Pakistan where floods have killed more than 200 people and left 200,000 homeless.
The flooding started last month and an estimated 4.2 millions acres of farmland are now underwater in Sindh Province.
Farmers have not only lost their homes, they're also facing huge financial losses as rice, cotton, and sugar cane crops are ruined.
Displaced families have found shelter at makeshift camps set up by the local government, but the continued rain is stifling relief efforts.
"There was heavy rain overnight and when we came out of our home we found ourselves stranded in high waters," Sham Lal, a local resident, said.
Lal stood with his seven children and a few household possessions by the side of the road, the highest ground around.
"There is nobody to rescue us and I am worried where to go," he said.
The United Nations is sending food and tents to help the refugees.