OLYMPIC silver medalist boxer Amir Khan has urged people to continue supporting victims of the devastating Pakistan earthquake.
His plea comes six months after the quake, registering 7.6 on the Richter Scale, rocked Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
More than 73,000 people were confirmed dead and a similar number were injured.
Aid agency Oxfam International said that while relief work had been generally a success, many of the 2m made homeless still needed help.
Some 1,840 aftershocks have rocked the area since, while tremors, rain and snow have also contributed to daily hazardous landslides.
Such dangers are expected to become particularly severe during the monsoon rains expected in June and July.
Also, soaring temperatures will raise the risk of disease.
Amir, 19, who met survivors and looked at Oxfam's work during a visit to Kashmir, said: "We all need to work together to give them as much help, care and time as they need to rebuild their homes and their lives."