newsletter November 2011
“About 50 to 60 percent of young mothers that we see with children or young babies are undernourished … or they have iron deficiency or they have malnutrition.”
Dr.Qasim- Medical Officer, UM Healthcare Trust.
UM Trust continues with Flood Relief
UM Healthcare Trust partners with CDRS and SHINE Humanity to continue its relentless efforts in responding to Sindh floods 2011. The flood mission was started on 1st October 2011 with the delivery of desperately needed food aid and medical aid for the affected families in Sindh. The team consisted of 2 doctors, 3 paramedics, one support staff with medicines and medical supplies and van and driver was deployed earlier and till date free mobile medical camps are conducted in districts Sangar, Mirpur Khas, Tent house, khipro, umar kot, Sabzi Mandi and Tando Allahyar.read more
Donations through mobile devices
Global Giving has made donations easier for UM Healthcare Trust projects through simple mobile messages. You only need to walk the following steps and in no time you will be donating $10 to the UM Trust Project and will be immediately shown up in Global Giving system. The charges will also reflect on your phone bill.read more
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