Celebrating Eid with Flood Affected in Pakistan

$4,560 $40,440
Raised Remaining
Jul 12, 2012

Lets celebrate Eid together!

The rehabilitation efforts in the flood affected areas are still on the go. Although the lives of the affected will never be the same … still they are managing the best way possible every passing day. The ones who lost their livelihood are either trying to reorganize their old ones or in search of new ones.

Due to the poor socioeconomic conditions, the affected are living at the minimum of poverty line. Under such circumstances, they do not have the liberty to cherish and celebrate the festivity of Eid. Like the welfare families, they might not be able to provide the new clothes to their children. But in this time of desperation, they are neither hopeless nor left alone. FMH has planned to undertake the project “Celebrating  Eid with flood affected” as an extension to its flood relief efforts. We plan to provide for these families new clothes and food that can be managed along with the generous support of our donors and supporters as together we can light up their lives with happiness at this occasion.

Thank you all.



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Project Leader

Dr. Shabrnum Sarfraz

Chief Operating Officer
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan

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