Fatima Memorial Hospital

Quality healthcare to patients from all walks of life without discrimination
Mar 22, 2016

Life's little joys

I came first in my final examinations!”

This is Sawera and she is in class 5th in the Habit Mastui branch of NUR Foundation School and today holding that trophy proves she can move forward with her dreams whatever her circumstances.

The floods of 2010 in Pakistan were one of the worst ever seen in county's history – and today after five there is life being rebuilt but it is a slow laborious process.  However, certain things must continue i.e. the provision of basic nutrition, health and education.

Fatima Memorial Hospital established a school in the flood ravaged area of Dera Ghazi Khan in Habit Mastui, a small village in the district to do their bit by providing an education to the children who had been affected the most by the tragedy. This happened after the devastating floods of 2010 which ravaged the country.

it is imperative to rehabilitate the children in our care so as to ensure a bright future.

Today we ask for your support to help us expand and sustain the project

Mar 22, 2016

Its that time of the year again!

In June, the month of Ramadan will start, a time to reflect, a time to forgive, a time to ask for forgiveness and most importantly understand the hardships that our fellows go through.

Each year, Muslims from across the world fast from dusk till dawn and in the same state, Fatima Memorial Hospital caters to patients and their families who come from underprivileged backgrounds and sometimes the ticket to come to the hospital itself was a problem thus arranging for a meal sometimes becomes very difficult.

Fatima Memorial Hospital has a tradition to provide food at the time of sehri and Iftari (i.e. from sunrise to sunset) to patients and their families who are being treated free of cost at the hospital. The institution tries to ensure that no needy individual goes hungry in this holy month however with rising costs sometimes it gets difficult to cater to everyone and we need your support to continue with our tradition.

Mar 21, 2016

We all deserve our day of happiness

She deserves them as much as you do
She deserves them as much as you do

Each year the biggest festival to be celebrated in Pakistan is Eid which comes after a month of fasting.  Each year it is the tradition at the NUR Foundation School to provide new clothes for Eid to all the students studying in the various branches across Lahore and in Dera Ghazi Khan.


Given the financial background of the children a new set of clothes each year is a blessing. While NUR Foundation School does provide uniforms and books each year; every Eid which is celebrated with zeal and fervor across the Muslim world and wearing new clothes is an integral part of the festive season.

However, with rising costs it is becoming difficult with each passing year and we will like your support so we can continue with our tradition so we can see the bright light in each child’s eyes which has been dimmed by the reality of their lives.

Let’s see these children smile!


Thank you! 

 
   

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