School for the flood hit children in Pakistan

by Fatima Memorial Hospital
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan
School for the flood hit children in Pakistan

Project Report | Jul 11, 2014
Supporting the needs of our children

By Asma Rao | Head of Resource Mobilization

Incidents and disasters are the part of this world and are unplanned and unknown to everyone. In the past few years, we have faced typhoons, hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, blasts and the tragedies of war. These calamities take away lives, homes, livelihood affecting the poorest of them all who do not have the capacity to rebuild.

Similarly, in 2010 one of worst flood in the history of the country hit the population specially in South Punjab. The deluge took away everything and for some there was nothing left except memories. Lives and everything that was held dear the water took away leaving the population with despair.

Life is being rebuilt steadily but slowly and basic necessities such as food health services and education are now being provided in the area,

After that damage assessment Fatima Memorial Hospital opened a school in Habit Mastui, District Dera Ghazi Khan in Southern Punjab to educate the children affected by the flood.

Today after four years, the school continues to provide an education to ensure a future that is brighter removed from the effects of hardships, pain these children have faced at such an early age.

This is the generation who will become productive members of society and take Pakistan forward. .

We need your continued support our vision to educate our children.

Through this platform, we don’t ask for your donation, we ask for your lifelong commitment

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Mar 24, 2014
We tend to forget

By Asma Rao | Head of Resource Mobilization

Dec 16, 2013
Picking up the pieces

By Asma Rao | Head of Marketing & Resource Mobilization

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Fatima Memorial Hospital

Location: Lahore, Punjab - Pakistan
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Twitter: @nur_crp
Project Leader:
Arif Kabani
Lahore , Punjab Pakistan

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