Millions of people across South Asia are still awaiting food aid after some of the worst monsoonal floods in decades.
There have been fights over supplies as helicopters air-drop relief to flood-affected villagers.
At least 360 people have died because of the flooding, amid shortages of food and medical aid.
Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi visited the worst-hit region in India, in Bihar state.
Bangladesh's interim government has appealed to wealthy citizens and foreign nations to help with aid supplies.
Many are doing their best to fend for themselves, seeking fresh water where possible.
Many people have fallen ill after drinking polluted water. Officials fear outbreaks of diarrhoea, dysentery and typhoid.
As water levels fall in Nepal, some are returning to their homes to find them destroyed.
Water levels are also falling in Bangladesh, but the country is still facing severe food shortages.