We learn from the floods of 2011 and 2012 especially in South Punjab, that young people who have endured too much still dream, hope and yearn. Most of them long for an educator, who will listen, extend a hand; excuse mistakes and open doors to give a chance of a lifetime gift. The success stories in NUR Foundation School in Habit Mastui, Dera Ghazi Khan, illustrate how - areas of weakness. Our teachers plan the coursework accordingly and help students overcome the areas of difficulty. Students such as Ayesha are very happy to attend school and being an opportunity to exercise their right to education.
The teachers underwent formal training sessions such as communication skills, conflict management, curriculum planning. These trainings are part of our capacity building initiative to equip our teachers to provide quality of education to these students and professional development of our teaching staff.
Together we are creating valuable synergies to provide gift of education to these children giving them immense opportunities of learning & growth. By giving them skills for life we not only benefit them socially but also economically and also give them an opportunity to exercise their right to choose to bring about a revolutionary change in their lives.
Without your help this all would not be possible. We look forward to our working together in future as well.
Fatima Memorial Hospital is continuously striving to employ the latest technology and research to create a future without arthritis. Your donations have a tremendous impact on the lives of millions of people and children who live with arthritis which is one of the major causes of disability.
Pakistan faces a shortage of qualified rheumatologists – for a population of 190 million there is only a handful of rheumatologists available. And FMH is lucky to have a team of top rheumatology consultants. Many patients are undergoing treatment under their supervision and recovering well.
On 12th Oct’12, Fatima Memorial Hospital (FMH) College of Medicine & Dentistry organized a walk Arthritis Walk to mark World Arthritis Day. The walk was a step to create awareness about the disease with an aim to mark solidarity with millions of people living with arthritis all over the world. The ceremony was inaugurated by Ms. Ayesha, who due to rheumatoid arthritis was unable to walk. With the help of on-time diagnosis and treatment she is recovering well and is a ray of hope for many others who suffer from the disease.
With your continuous support, they’ll walk again!
We would like to thank you for your continuing support and confidence in our work! Your valuable donations have been crucial in helping us make a great difference in over 1700 children’s lives by sharing happiness, light and tranquility.
Your donations helped us arrange following activities for our children:
Your contribution will help in sustaining the education of outreach children of Pakistan. We look forward to fostering this relationship in the future.