The United States plans to redirect part of its existing $7.
5 billion aid package for Pakistan to aid in flood reconstruction.
US Aid Chief Rajiv Shah, on Wednesday, said that much of the spending was already earmarked for the energy, agricultural and water sectors, all three of which were affected by the floods.
Shah said the United States would continue to urge nations to donate, but warned that other nations would only contribute money if Islamabad could ensure it would be well spent.
He said the American government is so far impressed with the commitment of the Pakistani government.
Meanwhile, the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank have also agreed to give loan worth three billion dollars to Pakistan.