Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal

by CUSTOMS HEALTH CARE SOCIETY
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Rohingya Refugees Fund Appeal
Distribution of food
Distribution of food

Respected Donors,


Seasons Greetings...!

It is kindly informed that Customs Health Care Society is regularly sending relief goods to the Refugees camps of Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh with the help of local organizations. During the Holy Month of the Ramdan in which the Muslims observe fasting the Customs Health Care Society supplied food packages to the Refugees in the camps. In addition to this cash was also distributed among the refugees.

A team of CHCS from Pakistan visited refugee camps (during last three months) in Bangladesh and distributed relief goods among the Rohingya Refugees in collaboration with local Bangladeshi NGOs. Among the relief goods distributed this time, there was dry ration (food packets), medicines, clothes and toys for children. Moreover, 10 more hand pumps were also installed for the refugees on various locations in refugee camps to ensure provision of safe drinking water to all the refugees. 

It is worth mentioning that CHCS intends to continue providing support and relief to the Rohingya Muslims in the future also. Therefore, donors from all over the globe are humbly requested to donate generously to this noble cause enabling CHCS to continue with its mission to minimize the sufferings of humanity in distress. 


Regards,

Asif Mahmood Jah
food for the refugees
food for the refugees
dinner for the refugees
dinner for the refugees
Cash distribution among the refugees
Cash distribution among the refugees
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Relief goods for Rohingya Refugees
Relief goods for Rohingya Refugees

Respected Donors,

Seasons Greetings...!

It is kindly informed that Customs Health Care Society is regularly sending relief goods to the Refugees camps of Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh with the help of local organizations.

However, owing to the travel restricitions imposed by various countries whereby entry of foreigners were banned/ minimal, this project could not be pursued with the same pace as earlier. Despite these challenges, team of CHCS from Pakistan visited refugee camps (during last three months) in Bangladesh and distributed relief goods among the Rohingya Refugees in collaboration with local Bangladeshi NGOs. Among the relief goods distributed this time, there was dry ration (food packets), medicines, clothes and toys for children. Moreover, 10 more hand pumps were also installed for the refugees on various locations in refugee camps to ensure provision of safe drinking water to all the refugees. 

It is worth mentioning that CHCS intends to continue providing support and relief to the Rohingya Muslims in the future also. Therefore, donors from all over the globe are humbly requested to donate generously to this noble cause enabling CHCS to continue with its mission to minimize the sufferings of humanity in distress. 


Regards,

Asif Mahmood Jah

Safe drinking water for Rohingya Refugees
Safe drinking water for Rohingya Refugees
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Relief Camp being Organized by CHCS
Relief Camp being Organized by CHCS

Respected Donors,

Seasons Greetings...!

It is, indeed, of immense pleasure to share that Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) is continuing with its vision of providing relief goods and basic necessities of life to the Rohingya Muslim Refugees living in Bangladesh even during this challenging time of global pandemic COVID-19 when entire world stood still and survival was not easy

However, owing to the travel restricitions imposed by various countries whereby entry of foreigners were banned/ minimal, this project could not be pursued with the same pace as earlier. Despite these challenges, team of CHCS from Pakistan visited refugee camps (during last three months) in Bangladesh and distributed relief goods among the Rohingya Refugees in collaboration with local Bangladeshi NGOs. Among the relief goods distributed this time, there was dry ration (food packets), medicines, clothes and toys for children. Moreover, 10 more hand pumps were also installed for the refugees on various locations in refugee camps to ensure provision of safe drinking water to all the refugees. 

Initially, this project was launched in collaboration with GlobalGiving to minimize the sufferings of humanity in distress. However, this project has so far not been able to attract a large number of donors but CHCS has been providing relief goods to Rohingya Refugees through its own resources. 

It is worth mentioning that CHCS intends to continue providing support and relief to the Rohingya Muslims in the future also. Therefore, donors from all over the globe are humbly requested to donate generously to this noble cause enabling CHCS to continue with its mission to minimize the sufferings of humanity in distress. 


Regards,

Asif Mahmood Jah

Relief Goods being Handed Over to the Refugees
Relief Goods being Handed Over to the Refugees
Installation of Hand Pump in Rohingya Refugee Camp
Installation of Hand Pump in Rohingya Refugee Camp
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Eid Gift being Handed Over to one of the Refugee
Eid Gift being Handed Over to one of the Refugee

Respected Donors,

Seasons Greetings!

It gives me immense pleasure to share that Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) is continuing with its vision of providing relief goods and basic necessities of life to the Rohingya Muslim Refugees living in Bangladesh. During the last three months a number of relief consignments were sent (including Eid gifts) for the Rohingya Muslims living in Refugee camps in Bangladesh which were distributed in collaboration with local Bangladeshi NGOs working to minimize the sufferings of Rohingya Refugees. 

Initially, this project was launched in collaboration with GlobalGiving. However, this project has so far not been able to attract a large number of donors but the relief goods (including food packets, eid clothes etc.) were sent to the refugees by CHCS through its own resources. Furthermore, CHCS also managed to install more hand pumps in the camps in order to supply safe drinking water to the Muslim Refugees living in camps in Bangladesh.

It is further added that, CHCS intends to continue providing support to the Rohingya Muslims in the future also. Therefore, donors from all over the globe are humbly requested to donate generously to this noble cause enabling CHCS to continue with its mission to minimize the sufferings of humanity in distress. 


Regards,

Asif Mahmood Jah

Children Happy after Getting Eid Clothes
Children Happy after Getting Eid Clothes
Refugees Standing after Getting their Gift Packs
Refugees Standing after Getting their Gift Packs
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Warm Clothes for Rohingya Refugees
Warm Clothes for Rohingya Refugees

Respected Donors,

Seasons Greetings!

Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) is continuing with its vision of providing relief goods and basic necessities of life to the Rohingya Muslim Refugees living in Bangladesh. During the winter season that has just passed, warm clothes along with food were provided to the refugees living in the refugees camp in collaboration with local Bangladeshi NGOs working to minimize the sufferings of Rohingya Refugees living in Bangladesh. 

Initially, this project was launched in collaboration with GlobalGiving. However, this project has so far not been able to attract a large number of donors but the relief goods (including food packets, winter clothes etc.) are being sent to the refugees by CHCS through its own resources. Furthermore, CHCS also managed to install hand pumps in the camps in order to supply safe drinking water to the Muslim Refugees living in camps in Bangladesh.

Moreover, CHCS intends to provide continuous support to the Rohingya Muslims in the future also. Therefore, donors from all over the globe are humbly requested to donate generously to this noble cause enabling CHCS to continue providing assistance to the Rohingya Muslim Refugees living in Bangladesh.


Regards,

Asif Mahmood Jah

Food Packets to be Distributed among Refugees
Food Packets to be Distributed among Refugees
Ration Packets being Handed Over among Refugees
Ration Packets being Handed Over among Refugees
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CUSTOMS HEALTH CARE SOCIETY

Location: Lahore - Pakistan
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Asif Jah
CUSTOMS HEALTH CARE SOCIETY
Lahore, LAHORE Pakistan
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