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Clay Aiken has recorded a video for UNICEF, calling on fans to lend a hand in any way they can to help those affected by Pakistan’s devastating floods.

“Right now, more than four million children are caught in the aftermath of the worst flood in Pakistan’s history,” says the UNICEF ambassador. "Homeless, hungry, traumatized – they need clean water, medicine and shelter to survive.

UNICEF has saved the lives of more children than any other organization in the world, and we have been helping the children of Pakistan for over 60 years. We can stop kids dying needlessly, but we need your help. UNICEF is funded entirely by donations – your contributions go to provide the water, medicine and protection the children of Pakistan need to survive.”

Clay Aiken has been a UNICEF ambassador since 2004. He has travelled to Banda Aceh, Indonesia and Kabul and Bamyan in Afghanistan, raising awareness and funds in support of education. He joins Alyssa Milano, Pete Wentz and Ewan McGregor in filming UNICEF appeal videos for Pakistan.

To watch the video, click here. Watch Alyssa’s video here.

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