U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is to make an urgent appeal on Wednesday for more aid to earthquake victims in Pakistan.
Mr. Annan is set to address top officials from 65 nations at a donor meeting in Geneva to discuss quake relief.
In London Tuesday, aid agency Oxfam criticized rich nations for not giving enough to help quake victims.
Rescue officials in Pakistan have warned more supplies are needed before the onset of freezing winter temperatures. They say they have received only a fraction of the tents needed for some three million people left homeless by the quake.
The United Nations warned Tuesday that only a few weeks remain before snow will block supply routes into some areas.
The October eighth earthquake is believed to have killed more than 53-thousand people in Pakistan and about 13-hundred in Indian Kashmir.