Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims

 
$274,282
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May 2, 2011

Remembering Flood Victims on Mother's Day & Beyond

Receiving care after floods
Receiving care after floods

Dear SHINE Humanity Supporter:

Each day in Pakistan, thirty nine women die of childbirth complications and 1,440 children under the age of 5 die because of lack of access to basic health care.   Did you know that for only $20 a month - the cost of one dinner - SHINE Humanity can provide access to basic healthcare for 10 patients? 

SHINE Humanity depends on your generous support to make sure that mothers and children living in poverty, whose lives have been further devastated by earthquakes and floods, continue to have access to basic healthcare and medicine, each month.  Help us lower the maternal-child death rates by continuing access to basic medical care and medicine by signing up for a recurring donation!  A recurring donation is easy to set up and automatically goes to your credit card each month so you can help provide a steady income for SHINE Humanity without having to worry about making separate donations each month. 

By signing up for a recurring donation now, you can help us get an additional $1,500 through Global Giving's Recurring Donation Campaign!  We need at least ten new recurring donations before the end of the day Friday, May 20 EDT in order to be eligible for additional grants between $500 and $1500.

Sign up for a recurring donation here:  http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/mother-child-health-in-disaster-affected-pakistan.  Be sure to click on the "monthly recurring" option below the large orange "donate" button.  Read instructions for setting up a recurring donation here. 

Would you give up just one  dinner a month to help women and children in need?  Thank you for your support this Mother’s Day and continuing throughout the year!  With your help, SHINE Humanity is Lighting the way forward………

 

Best wishes,

Laila Karamally

Chief Executive Officer

Children flying their kite near makeshift homes...
Children flying their kite near makeshift homes...
Organizing medical care in aftermath of floods
Organizing medical care in aftermath of floods
Women & children carrying water to tents...
Women & children carrying water to tents...

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  • William
    William What is the status of the flood relief and resettling people back in their villages? Is cropland recovering?
    • 4 years ago
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Seema Hassan

Irvine, CA United States

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