Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims

 
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has received 28 donations
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Thank You for Helping Pakistan's Flood Victims
    By - Seema Hassan - Project Leader
    Thank You for Helping Pakistan's Flood Victims  As we wrap up our project, Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims (#6047) on Global Giving, we sincerely thank you for your dedication and generous contributions to SHINE Humanity for helping the flood victims of Pakistan. Pakistan suffered devastating floods of...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has been marked as funded. They raised a total of $274,056 from an original funding goal of $350,000!
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Project Update - Swat
    By - Seema Hassan, Abaid Rehman - Project Leader
    A 22 year old young man came to our Bagh- Dheri, Swat Healthcare center on August 24, 2012,  complaining of fever with chills and shivering, vomiting and generalized weakness. Prior to coming to our facility, he had been to other general physicians and had been treated with antibiotics without any resolution of his...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    An Urgent Appeal for the SHINE Humanity -CDRS Pediatric Ward, Shikarpur
    By - Seema Hassan - Project Leader
    Appeal for the SHINE Humanity/ CDRS Pediatric Ward in Shikarpur After volunteering with the SHINE Humanity Flood relief team in Shikarpur, Sindh, with her colleague Dr. Sara Khan in early 2011, Dr. Aliya Ali commented about not expecting "mother/child health getting better" soon [Global Giving March 2, 2011; Report]....
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Beneficiary Story - Shah Bibi
    By - Seema I Hassan - Project Leader
    12 year old Shah Bibi, from Kalakot, was admitted to SHINE Humanity’s urgent care facility on June 13, with fever, diarrhea and vomiting and was found to be lethargic and dehydrated due to acute gastro-enteritis. She recovered soon after administration of intravenous fluids and other necessary medications. She was...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has received 75 donations
    • 2 years ago
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Continuing Help for the The Flood Victims
    By - Seema I. Hassan - Project Leader
    While the flood waters have receded,  and the seasons have changed, and many of the  flood victims have gone on to settle into their new lives after the devastating floods of 2010 and 2011 , we continue to see a need for our healthcare services in the flood affected areas of Charsadda, Swat and Shikarpur where...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    October and November's Field Report for the Flood Affected Areas served
    By - Abaid ur-Rahman - Team Leader, SHINE Humanity-CDRS
    We would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all our supporters and the staff of Global Giving and thank each one of you for your unstinting support for our humanitarian  work.   October and November’s Field Report  for the Flood Affected Areas served Shikarpur: During the month of October, the two...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has made updates to their project page.
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Community Care Focus Needs Bonus Funds!
    By - Abaid ur-Rahman - Team Leader SHINE Humanity-CDRS
      On October 19, GlobalGiving.org is matching at 30% all online donations up to $1,000 per donor per project!  There are $100,000 available in matching funds starting at 12:01 am EDT. The matching will continue until 11:59pm EDT or until matching funds run out.  Please let friends and family...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Fight Terrorism with Hope
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, SHINE Humanity
    Sep 6th, 2011  "As-salam alaikum (Peace be on You),I am very grateful to inform you that our medical team delivered a baby tonight, Sep 6th, 2011.  The condition of the Mother was critical but our team took on the challenge and finally after two hours of great hard work, the medical team of...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has made updates to their project page.
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Mobile Camps Help Most Needy in Thatta, Pakistan
    By - Roya Yasharpour - Communications and Fund Development
    Devastated by floods in August 2010, Thatta, Pakistan is a community in desperate need of rehabilitation. Since the disaster, SHINE Humanity has partnered with CDRS, a community-based Pakistani nonprofit, to establish and manage mobile medical camps which have allowed relief expansion to areas in Thatta...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Mohammad Sharif's Medical Camp Work
    By - Anurag Vaddi Reddy - Student Intern
    Mobile Camps Treat Most Needy in Thatta Devastated by floods in August 2010, Thatta, Pakistan is a community in desperate need of medical services. Since the disaster, SHINE Humanity has partnered with Pakistani agencies and physicians to establish and manage mobile medical camps in Thatta where floods...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Remembering Flood Victims on Mother's Day & Beyond
    By - Roya Yasharpour - Communications and Fund Development Manager
    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...
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    • William
      William What is the status of the flood relief and resettling people back in their villages? Is cropland recovering?
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has received 1319 donations
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    A Little Special Care
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer
                                                                   Every so often we come across a patient whose need goes beyond the care that our...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Volunteers Changed After Visiting Pakistan
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Communications Officer
        "Seeing things like that changes you..."   Dr. Aaliya Ali   Dr. Aaliya Ali, a pediatrician from Whittier, California and  Dr. Sara Khan an internist at San Antonio Hospital in California traveled to Shikarpur, Sindh eight weeks after the floods began in Pakistan to volunteer at...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Giving is Selfish
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Communications Officer
         "In a Way Giving is Selfish"   SHINE Humanity volunteer Sweta Chawla talks about her experiences volunteering in Shikarpur Sindh. "It was very heartbreaking to see little children less than a year old with minor health problems that had gotten to the point that they were life...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    2011 Begins On A Positive Note!
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Communications Officer
         2011 Begins On A Positive Note!   SHINE Humanity volunteer has a "positive experience" visiting flood affectees     Dr. Ayesha Simjee, an opthamologist from Southern California, has volunteered her services in over 25 countries. She recently returned from Pakistan...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Happy New Year from SHINE Humanity
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Communications Officer
    Celebrating New Beginnings!! Click HERE to watch a New Year greeting from SHINE Humanity to all of our supporters.
    • 3 years ago
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Mother-Child Health in Disaster Affected Pakistan
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Marketing Officer
    November 1st, 2010 marked the end of the emergency phase of the Pakistan flood relief work. Millions of men, women and children are returning to their homes to find lands water-logged and houses, schools and businesses destroyed. Poor mother and child health is a major concern in Pakistan, and will now worsen due to poor...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Pediatric Ward in Sindh Working Effectively
    By - Nausheen Dadabhoy - Communications Officer SHINE Humanity
    Shikarpur DHQ Updates Date: November 14, 2010         Prepared by: Umair Jaffar, Senior Program Volunteer, SHINE Humanity-CDRS  Intensive Care Pediatric WardFirstly, I would like to congratulate the entire SHINE Humanity-CDRS team especially the staff in Shikarpur. Due to the...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Small MIracles in Shikarpur, Sindh
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity
     Field Report from Oct 16th, 2010 - Shikarpur District Hospital Pediatric Ward Receives new Lease on Life Seeing is Believing - please take a moment to view the attachment below which captures the before and after of our Shikarpur project. The focus of our efforts has been the Pediatric Ward that has been supported...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Medical Assessment of Pakistan Flood Victims
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer, SHINE Humanity
     Introduction Pakistan is currently the sixth most populous country in the world and projected to be the fourth such by 2050. This large population puts enormous social and economic pressure on Pakistan’s fragile infrastructure which has currently been ravaged further with the worst flooding in its...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Field Report Part 2
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer, SHINE Humanity
    Sep 22nd, 2010 Field Report 2 Here is the second installment of news updates from the ground: Date: Sep 5th, 2010 Location, Khaipur, Sindh Summary: “The situation around Khairpur District is extremely dire. There is extreme concern for the spread of communicable disease in camps that lack basic hygienic facilities...
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    • Sultan Rome Advocate Shangla
      Sultan Rome Advocate Shangla Shangla a “valley of sorrows” is in grip of natural disasters (Earthquake, Floods, Rains) and terrorism The spell of heavy rains and floods beginning in the month of July 2010, affected approximately 2 million people in Pakistan. It caused death of thousands of people and many more were injured across the country. Hundreds... Read more »
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    • Sultan Rome Advocate Shangla
      Sultan Rome Advocate Shangla Pukhtoon Qaumi Jirga United KingdomA meeting of Pukhtoon community belong to Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and Afghanistan was held in Luton United Kingdom. The meeting was presided over by Abdullah Khan. Large numbers of Pukhtoon attended the meeting. The meeting was started with recitation of verses of the Quran; Samaj Ahmad... Read more »
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Field Update Part 1
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer, SHINE Humanity
    September 17th Field Round-up Part 1 Over the past few days, we have received numerous field reports and letters of appreciation from volunteers and partners. Here is Part 1 of these reports: Date: Sep 17th, 2010 Location: Sukkur and Khaipur, Sindh “Dear Laila, Thank you for giving me and my team an opportunity...
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    • Joan Ochi
      Joan Ochi Powerful photos and very interesting to hear the story from the ground. Thanks Todd for your dedication.
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    One Month On and the Focus Remains on Saving Lives
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer, SHINE Humanity
    Sep 8th, 2010 Overview A month has passed since the floods first hit Pakistan, and in this devastated country, and by some estimates, up to 75 per cent of the 18 million affected have yet to receive help of any kind. With the transportation infrastructure highly compromised, efforts on the ground are being hampered by...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has made updates to their project page.
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    "Only the flint-hearted can be left unmoved.."
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity/CDRS
    Overview Over the last 10 days, SHINE Humanity has scaled up its ground operations to meet the rising urgency on the ground. We now have six medical teams on the ground working across the flood-affected deltas, up from Gilgit in the north, down to Khaipur in the south. Working in partnership with regional host agencies,...
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    • Tobias Eigen
      Tobias Eigen So glad to receive this update. Thank you for the great work you are doing!
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    "There is hardly any food to feed our children..."
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity/CDRS
    August 22nd, 2010 Overview Shine Humanity’s and UM Healthcare Trust's joint flood relief efforts entered their third week, with close to 5,000 patients having received medical services, and thousands more assisted with food supplies, clean drinking water, ambulatory support, and livelihood rehabilitation. The series...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    "What are YOU doing to help?"
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity/CDRS
    UN Secretary General has called the devastation in Pakistan the the worst he has ever seen. “This has been a heart-wrenching day for me,” he said after touring the affected area over the weekend. “I will never forget the destruction and suffering I have witnessed today. In the past I have witnessed many natural...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Flood Disaster
    By - Laila Karamally - Chief Executive Officer
    Flood Disaster “the most challenging any country has faced in recent years...” says UN humaniratian chief In a recent statement appealing for more aid to Pakistan, UN humanitarian chief John Holmes said: “While the death toll may be much lower than in some major disasters, taking together the vast geographical area...
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    • SSB
      SSB Hearing the truth from the point-of-need is important. The BBC mentioned last week that there was a risk of Cholera, but have said nothing since. Have the teams found any cases? If they do, is there a ready-to-implement containment plan? (I fear I know the answer already.)
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    "Where is the World?"
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity/CDRS
    August 6th, 2010 As the possibility of more rains loom and the flood waters rage southwards to Sindh province, one Pakistani villager asks BBC reporter, Lyce Doucet, “Where is the world?” The World Health Organization (WHO) expects the medical and humanitarian fall-out will only worsen over the next few days and...
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims posted a progress report
    Pakistan disaster now tagged "Flood of the Century"
    By - Laila Karamally - CEO, Shine Humanity/CDRS
    Scale of Disaster The flood affected region is vast, and the aid that has reached those affected is minimal. The UM Trust/CDRS team while treating patients in Noshehra and Pabbi district, also spent considerable time exploring, assessing and cataloging the damage caused by the floods. An estimated five million people are...
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    • Saima Zaman
      Saima Zaman Thank you for sharing this information. It gives me confidence that our donations are helping those in need. I look forward to reading more in the weeks to come, especially as Ramadan is around the corner and so many are now displaced.
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    • ECleere
      ECleere I hope more people can help because the need is great and there is so much suffering that we can help to abate. Thanks to all of the aid groups that are working tirelessly to get supplies and support to those that are in need!
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Give Health Services to Pakistan Flood Victims has received 116 donations
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Seema Hassan

Irvine, CA United States

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