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 doctors, nurses and lady health workers met success. We saved the baby and the mother! After remaining under observation for two hours, they were discharged.
We distributed sweets in the hospital. The father of baby and their other family members were very thankful to SHINE Humanity.
Today is a great day of my life. My team saved two lives. I am proud of my team and very thankful to the management I work with for providing medical facilities to the needy communities who are affected by the War on Terror and natural disasters and cannot even pay for their food.
Usman Ali Shah
Baghdhere in Swat is at the heart of Pakistan's war on extremism, and is also an area that took the brunt of the flooding in 2010. This is only one of the several locations where SHINE Humanity continues to serve flood victims one year on. Since 2009, the agency has assisted over 250,000 disaster victims with medical and humanitarian needs. Seventy-five percent of them have been women and children. We also support long-term rehabilitation projects in post-disaster Haiti and Japan.
In honor of the thousands of precious lives lost in the global War on Terrorism, and the dark shadow this has cast across the world, donate to SHINE Humanity and battle terrorism with humanitarian efforts and new hope is born where war and conflict once dominated
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