Welcome to all our new supporters to the Keep The Dream 50 Students / Children!
I want to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a Happy New Year. It is a time of reflection for 2018 and also a time of excitement for 2019 and all that it will bring.
Through your support, We have admitted more orphan children in our schools and near by schools, our goal was 50 students in 2018 but we reached 11 children all together to cover the whole year with your support, we have admitted some students in our schools which are not charged to this fund, We are looking forward for your kind support, so we will be able to continue to support a number of children who are orphaned and vulnerable in our program directly through your support.
As you hold your children and loved ones close during this time, know you have made a huge difference in lives of our children.
2019 looks a lot brighter because of you! I cant tell you the impact that has on all of us here in FRDP. Words are sometimes so inadequate.
Thank you all
There more then 1200 children living the slums areas living without the education, as mentioned Nomads always migrating and due to that there children not getting proper education and these children also not going near by schools because they belong to minorities and they are not treated like other children. Due to that condition these children start begging or labouring work from the age 5 years and till the death.
FRDP still looking for the donations and support for the startup this project due to lack of funds we have not started this project. we hope 2019 will help us to start this projects for these poor street children. We wish you very happ new year!
Since couple of years Tharparkar is facing the drought like sitution and more than 432 children died becuase malnutration, Food and lack of health facilities, We have been requesting Donors since long time for the support but still not got any response proper, A big problem in the public healthcare system of Pakistan is its being inaccessible especially in rural areas. The poor population living in villages far from town and cities is facing huge hurdle in accessing health service providers since there is almost no transport and communication facilities especially people living in islands and Thar Desert. In Sindh, for example, public health facilities are in appalling condition, plagued with staff absenteeism and shortage of essential medicines.