Comprehensive Disaster Response Services

The mission of CDRS is to provide quick, efficient and compassionate medical and humanitarian relief and disaster recovery operations to the people living in the disaster affected areas of Pakistan, with concentration of efforts on Mother & Child Health and assistance to special patients.

Badly Burned Boy

Badly Burned Boy
This young man came to CDRS with very serious burns on his arms and entire backside caused by a kitchen accident. His Father was also treated for burns. (view small | med | large | orig)

Another Life Saved By CDRS!

Another Life Saved By CDRS!
Alive, Happy and Healed... Thanks to CDRS (view small | med | large | orig)

Badly Injured Auto Accident Victim

Badly Injured Auto Accident Victim
This man came to CDRS with a severe head wound, lacerations, broken bones and a concussion. He'd lost control of his vehicle and went off a cliff, landing approximately 100 feet below. Fortunately, he was quickly brought to CDRS by witnesses to the accident. (view small | med | large | orig)

Support Pakistan's Disaster Affected Communities

Support Pakistan's Disaster Affected Communities
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