May 28, 2019

Food for Rohingya Refugees living in Bangladesh

Child carrying Food Items
Child carrying Food Items

Respected Donors,

It is kindly informed that the Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) is regularly supporting the Rohingya Refugees living in camps in Bangladesh. Food items were recently distributed among the refugees during the Holy month of Ramzan as during this month the Muslims all over the World fast and special arrangements are made especially at the time of Iftaar (breaking of fast). CHCS has recently dispatched food items for Iftaar and also for daily use. New clothes will also be provided during the annual Muslim festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. The donors are kindly requested to donate generously for the cause in order to provide more food and daily use items to the refugees living in camps for the last two years.

Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah

An Old Man with Food Items distributed by CHCS
An Old Man with Food Items distributed by CHCS
A Family receiving Food Items
A Family receiving Food Items
A Boy with Food Items for his Family
A Boy with Food Items for his Family
May 28, 2019

Relief for Syrian Refugees

Relief Goods for the Syrian Refugees from Pakistan
Relief Goods for the Syrian Refugees from Pakistan

Respected Donors,

It is kindly informed that Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) has been providing relief goods and daily use items on regular basis for the last two years. The teams of CHCS have visited the refugee camps in cities of Turkey and those established in the cities of Syria which are under the control of Turkey. Relief goods worth thousands of USD have already been dispatched for the Syrian Refugees living in Turkey. CHCS intends to continue the relief work with the kind cooperation and support of donors all over the World. Therefore, the donors are kindly requested to donate generously for the cause.

 

Regards,

Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah

Project Leader

Relief Goods Distribution in Turkey
Relief Goods Distribution in Turkey
Relief goods being distributed among the Syrians
Relief goods being distributed among the Syrians
Syrian Refugee receiving the Relief Package
Syrian Refugee receiving the Relief Package

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May 9, 2019

New Water Wells for People of Thar

New Water Well for People of Thar
New Water Well for People of Thar

Respected Donors, It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that our project, drinking water for humans as well as animals of Thar is going smoothly and more water wells are being dug which are providing sweet and safe water to the hundreds of people and animals of Thar for daily basis. Most of the wells are being operated with solar panels and submersible pumps. This has resulted in quick supply of water without manual labor. Water wheelos have also been provided to the people of Thar in order to facilitate them for easy transportation of water. Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) now has also started developing green farms besides the wells in order to provide food, wheat, vegetables and fodder for the cattle. This will go a long way in meeting the food requirements of people of Thar and thus saving them from mal-nutrition which has been a main cause of disease and death during the last few years. The management of Customs Health Care Society is extremely grateful to the Donors all over the world for their continuous support for the drought hit population as well as animals of Thar. With your kind support and with collaboration of GlobalGiving Foundation, Customs Health Care Society will be able to dig more wells in near future.  Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah Project Leader

The Water Wells operated with Solar Panels
The Water Wells operated with Solar Panels
The Girls happily carrying sweet water pitchers
The Girls happily carrying sweet water pitchers
Cultivation of the Land with water from the Well
Cultivation of the Land with water from the Well
Green Farm being developed with water from well
Green Farm being developed with water from well

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