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Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis

by Bilqees Sarwar Foundation
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis
Save 500 Lives: Support Kidney Care for Pakistanis

Summary

Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF) is a registered welfare organization in Pakistan, which aims to provide public health, education and humanitarian support to the local community and beyond this BSF is working for the welfare of the prisoners.


The main aim of the foundation is to alleviate suffering and build community resilience post-humanitarian crises through improving the quality and access to public health, and widening educational opportunities.

 Bilqees Sarwar Hospital a project of Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

The Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) is part of the Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF), a family-run charity based in Lahore, Pakistan. The hospital provides free and subsidized healthcare to employees of H. Sheikh Noor-ud-Din & Sons (HSNDS) and to those most in need in the local community.

BSH provides walk-in patients access to general physicians, optometrists, fully equipped wards and laboratories, and offers specialized eye treatments and laser vision correction, amongst other medical services. BSH treats approximately 12,000 patients per month.

Our capacity is:

Dialysis Wards: 3 

Nurses: 3

Medical Doctors: 4

Consultancy Rooms:4

Dialysis Machines: 54

 

Current Challenges

Kidney related complications are on rise throughout the world and every 5th person in the American and European countries were victims of the disease. In Pakistan presently more than 20 million people are facing this disease. The basic awareness about kidneys is necessary for everyone, therefore media must play its role in this regard. The function of kidneys in the human body is to clean the blood, to keep balance among minerals and to control acidity in the human stomach.

About 18 percent male and 21 percent female population can fall prey to obesity up till 2025. The major reason for the kidney problems in Pakistan were diabetes and blood pressure. This is observed that diabetes, blood pressure, infection, obesity were the factors which must be controlled to overcome kidney diseases.

To meet the growing needs of the patients, Bilqees Sarwar Hospital has been providing clinical evaluation of dialysis treatment to patients suffering from kidney diseases through its dialysis center operational since 2015.

Solution to the challenges

 Most of the patients are dialyzed twice weekly which takes around 8 hours per week and certain dialysis machines have been dedicated exclusively for Hepatitis C patients. 

An average of 15,000 dialysis is done annually at BSH out of which 50 percent are either free of cost or at subsidized rates. The treatment is expensive thus not affordable by most of the patients and the costs are borne by the hospital directly and through the generosity of philanthropists.

Bilqees Sarwar Hospital will help patients become aware of chronic kidney disease as a growing problem that needs to be addressed. Ideally this will act as an impetus to participate in interventions and discoveries that can cure the progression of kidney treatment.

We at BSH are stepping forward to provide the basic healthcare facilities and will save 5,000 lives of patients which are suffering from chronic kidney disease in a month and will save approximately 57,600 patients annually.

 

Long Term Impact

Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) aim is to increase from 54 dialysis machines to 80 machines and to create an easy access to the patients who belongs to underprivileged families. BSH will challenge its internal potentials to save as maximum lives as possible by providing special healthcare facilities particularly geographically, and close attention will be provided to ensure that all patients, regardless of demographic characteristics or geographic location, continue to benefit from dialysis treatments in state-of-the-art infrastructure and under the supervision of highly competent team of doctors.

 

 BSH Statistics (July – Sep)

 

Data

Description

Number of dialysis performed in one month: Approx. 1968 Procedures

Number of dialysis kits utilized in one month: Approx. 1968 Kits

Price Per kit: Rs. 920

Cost Per dialysis procedure donated to patients (includes medication, hygienic food and operational cost) : Rs. 4100

Each dialysis machine cost: Rs. 11,25,000

Expected to increase dialysis machines: 25 machines addition

Total amount of donation required: 28,125,000

 

According to researchers, the number of kidney hospital are limited compared to adults aged 30 or older who have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is projected to increase from 13.2% currently, to 14.4% in 2020 and 16.7% in 2030. Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) is the Punjab’s largest dialysis centre dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease for hundreds of thousands of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Pakistanis at risk.

For better health outcomes in kidney disease, BSH is taking preventative actions against chronic kidney diseases by operating approximately 1968 dialysis procedures in month. In this dialysis procedure each patient is treated with one kit, medication and hygiene food under the state of the art infrastructure. BSH is facilitating patients by providing free dialysis procedures to the under privileged patients which includes the cost of per unit kit of Rupees 920 plus the operational cost. This operational cost is furtherly segregated into three portions of medications which are been provided free for patients after the dialysis procedure, hygienic food to in-patient treatments and operational cost that consist of doctor’s fee and hospital running expenses.

 Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH), a charity hospital and one of the largest dialysis centre in Punjab, serving patients for the provision of chronic kidney disease with state-of-the-art machinery for dialysis and with the most competent team of doctors which are making sure that each patient is receiving treatment which they deserve. For the increasing stats of patients in chronic kidney disease in the locality of Lahore, BSH is planning to increase the number of dialysis machines from 54 chairs to more than 80 chairs. One machine is running in two shifts which means that each day we are saving 2 lives. In one-month BSH is treating approximately 2,808 dialysis patients.

By increasing the number of chairs from 54 to 80 dialysis machines BSH will save approximately 160 patients one day and 4,160 lives per month. For this purpose, BSH will need support from their stakeholders to contribute their part and help us in saving 5,000 lives in a month from this chronic disease.

 

Patients life changing stories by Bilqees Sarwar Hospital

Patient Name: Mrs. Rubeena

“I was attending a hospital for the dialysis treatment and I was unable to stand on my feet”. Says Mrs. Rubeena.

Mrs. Rubeena was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease a year ago. She is getting dialysis treatment from BSH for past 6 Months. Before visiting BSH, she faced the complications, while getting treatment from another facility.

“I didn’t feel well after the dialysis procedure at the hospital where I was under treatment before visiting BSH and my HB begins to drop. I was too weak and use to move around with a wheelchair because I was unable to stand on my feet. After coming to BSH, I feel better. Now, my HP is well maintained and

I can easily walk and manage my work routine easily”. She says

 

Patient Name: Mrs Shamim

“I rushed to the hospital in emergency and I was poorly treated by the doctors at emergency department and they discharged me after providing me with basic treatment.” Says Mrs Shamim.

Mrs. Shamim was suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure that affected her kidneys. She was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease a year ago. She is getting dialysis treatment from BSH for past 7 Months. Before visiting BSH, she visited government facilities but she could not get the treatment as her name was not enrolled because of high influx of patients were already in waiting list.

“I was treated in emergency department when I visited the hospital and that treatment was not good. I was discharge from the hospital but my condition was getting worse. I am diabetic and also have high blood pressure issue. At that time, my blood pressure was very disturbed and my sugar was out of control. When I was diagnosed with CKD, my husband tried his best to get me a seat in any government hospital but unfortunately, we didn’t get it. I am from a poor family and we can’t afford a private treatment. Fortunately, we came to know about BSH from a relative and my husband visited the facility and I was enrolled right on time. I am getting quality treatment here and I am very satisfied with the environment and the staff’s behavior. All my prayer is with them and may ALLAH bless them more”. Says Shamim.

 

Patient Name: Mr. Yaqoob

“Kidney treatment at BSH has saved my life” says Mr. Yaqoob.

Mr. Yaqoob was diagnosed with chronic #kidney disease two years ago, and even though he sold everything he had, he was still unable to pay high private medical fees. Fortunately, he is now receiving expert kidney care and treatment at #BSH.

He explained, “I have a daughter and to secure her future, I discontinued my treatment but faced severe health complications. Thankfully, I was referred to BSH and was soon receiving dialysis treatment. I am so happy my health is now improving.”

 

Patient Name: Mrs. Shamim

“Quality treatment at BSH saved my life” says Mrs. Shamim.

Mrs. Shamim’s illness was initially misdiagnosed by three different hospitals and she was incorrectly treated with basic medications. She explained, “It was only when I visited BSF that I was diagnosed as having chronic kidney disease and found out that I needed immediate dialysis treatment to survive. Now my condition is stable due to the quality healthcare at BSH.”

  

Video Annexures

 

Hospital Overview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY-8qYA769c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dxkF4qhVKg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRtgqn4gdp8&feature=youtu.be

Patients Feedback

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLs6hzZfTE4&feature=youtu.be

Support BSH, Donate BSH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zb_TTkBZF9M

Links:

Committed to Provide Healthy Living Beyond the Dialysis Machine

The function of kidneys in the human body is to filter out the waste from the blood and also helps to keep balance among minerals and to control acidity in the human stomach. When these natural filters malfunction or stop the filtration process, it is called Chronic Kidney Disease – CKD. CKD has become one of the most rapidly spreading ailment mounting its roots by affecting millions of the population around the globe. It is estimated that every 5th being in the American and European countries is the victim of CKD. According to researchers, the number of kidney hospital are limited compared to adults aged 30 or older who have Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is projected to increase from 13.2% currently, to 14.4% in 2020 and 16.7% in 2030.

In Pakistan, alarming stats from DAWN News presented a major increase in this ratio and more than 25 million people are affected by some sort of kidney disease. The major cause of CKD are diabetes, blood pressure, infections, obesity and consumption of contaminated water. To control the increasing number of the CKD patients, government, nephrologists and the media should play their role in spreading the basic awareness on grass root level about the kidney disease and preventive measures to avoid becoming a prey.

Our Ambition:

While understanding the gravity of the current healthcare scenario in Pakistan and increase in kidney disease in particular, Bilqees Sarwar Foundation is playing its part in handling the high influx of patients, especially the ones unable to afford the quality dialysis treatment in a standard environment by accommodating more patients in Punjab’s largest dialysis centre operational at Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH).

Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) is a healthcare initiative of Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF), a family run charity working for the betterment of society in the sectors of healthcare, education, prisoner’s welfare and humanitarian assistance. This hospital is operating Punjab’s largest dialysis centre, providing free dialysis treatment to the underprivileged community members. This dialysis centre is comprised of 54 latest dialysis machines with 3 separate dialysis wards for the patients suffering hepatitis C+, C- and B+. From its inception till July 2018, we have conducted over 40,000 free dialysis procedures successfully. Currently, we are operating 2 dialysis procedure shifts daily and conducting over 2800 free dialysis procedures per month along with the provision of hygienic food to the patients.

Our skilled team of nephrologists is helping the patients by educating them about the causes, symptoms and preventive measures of chronic kidney disease. Following this year, on 23rd March, Pakistan Day, President of Pakistan acknowledged the efforts of Bilqees Sarwar Foundation and conferred Chairwoman BSF, Mrs. Bilqees Sarwar with “Tamgha-e-Imtiaz” (Medal of Excellence: fourth highest state organized honor of State of Pakistan) for the establishment of Punjab’s Largest Dialysis Centre and providing state of the art healthcare facilities to the patients.

 

 Our Target:

As a state rewarded welfare organization, we feel responsible to serve our nation while focusing on the underprivileged segments of society with dedication and commitment, at BSH we are in the phase of expanding our facility by increasing the number of dialysis machines from 54 to 80 to cater the high influx of patients with utmost care and attention by activating 3rd shift under the supervision of our competent team of doctors. By increasing the number of chairs from 54 to 80 dialysis machines and activating the 3rd shift, BSH will save approximately 240 patients daily and will be able to conduct more than 6,000 free dialysis procedures per month. This dream can only be achieved with your support. We would like to invite you to join this noble cause of serving the humanity by helping us in the form of donation.

Please take a look at the patient’s reviews who are getting free treatment from BSH.

 Patient Name: Mrs. Rubeena

“I was attending a hospital for the dialysis treatment and I was unable to stand on my feet”. Says Mrs. Rubeena.

Mrs. Rubeena was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease a year ago. She is getting dialysis treatment from BSH for past 6 Months. Before visiting BSH, she faced the complications, while getting treatment from another facility.

“I didn’t feel well after the dialysis procedure at the hospital where I was under treatment before visiting BSH and my HB begins to drop. I was too weak and use to move around with a wheelchair because I was unable to stand on my feet. After coming to BSH, I feel better. Now, my HP is well maintained and

I can easily walk and manage my work routine easily”. She says

Alhamdullillah, she is very satisfied with the treatment given by BSH. She is happy with the staff and environment.

Support BSH to continue with this noble cause.

Give your share to show you care!

 

Patient Name: Mrs Asma

 

“I rushed to the hospital in emergency and I was poorly treated by the doctors at emergency department and they discharged me after providing me with basic treatment.” Says Mrs Shamim.

Mrs. Shamim was suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure that affected her kidneys. She was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease a year ago. She is getting dialysis treatment from BSH for past 7 Months. Before visiting BSH, she visited government facilities but she could not get the treatment as her name was not enrolled because of high influx of patients were already in waiting list.

“I was treated in emergency department when I visited the hospital and that treatment was not good. I was discharge from the hospital but my condition was getting worse. I am diabetic and also have high blood pressure issue. At that time, my blood pressure was very disturbed and my sugar was out of control. When I was diagnosed with CKD, my husband tried his best to get me a seat in any government hospital but unfortunately, we didn’t get it. I am from a poor family and we can’t afford a private treatment. Fortunately, we came to know about BSH from a relative and my husband visited the facility and I was enrolled right on time. I am getting quality treatment here and I am very satisfied with the environment and the staff’s behavior. All my prayer is with them and may ALLAH bless them more”. Says Shamim.

Alhamdullillah, Mrs. Shamim and her husband are very satisfied with the treatment given by BSH. He is happy with the staff and environment.

Support Bilqees Sarwar Hospital to continue with this noble cause.

Give your share to show you care!

 

Patient Name: Mr. Yaqoob

“Kidney treatment at BSH has saved my life” says Mr. Yaqoob.

Mr. Yaqoob was diagnosed with chronic #kidney disease two years ago, and even though he sold everything he had, he was still unable to pay high private medical fees. Fortunately, he is now receiving expert kidney care and treatment at #BSH.

He explained, “I have a daughter and to secure her future, I discontinued my treatment but faced severe health complications. Thankfully, I was referred to BSH and was soon receiving dialysis treatment. I am so happy my health is now improving.”

 

Patient Name: Mrs. Shamim

 

“Quality treatment at BSH saved my life” says Mrs. Shamim.

Mrs. Shamim’s illness was initially misdiagnosed by three different hospitals and she was incorrectly treated with basic medications. She explained, “It was only when I visited BSF that I was diagnosed as having chronic kidney disease and found out that I needed immediate dialysis treatment to survive. Now my condition is stable due to the quality healthcare at BSH.”

  

Video Annexures

 

Hospital Overview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY-8qYA769c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dxkF4qhVKg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRtgqn4gdp8&feature=youtu.be

Patients Feedback

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLs6hzZfTE4&feature=youtu.be

Support BSH, Donate BSH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zb_TTkBZF9M

Summary

Bilqees Sarwar Foundation (BSF) is a welfare organization working in the education, healthcare and humanitarian assistance sectors in pakistan. At every need of hour BSF plays a vital role in development of society and establishing a change in making footsteps for the civilization of welfare. To provide standard healthcare facilities to the community members, BSF established Bilqees Sarwar Hospital along with Punjab’s Largest Dialysis Centre.

Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) was inaugurated to provide an access to quality healthcare in Lahore, Pakistan. BSF provides free and subsidized treatment to all the deprived. BSF is operating Punjab’s largest Dialysis Centre and has become the cornerstone of our work in the local community. BSH provide walk-in patients’ access to general physicians, optometrists, fully equipped wards and laboratories, and offers specialized eye treatments and laser vision correction, amongst other medical services. BSH treats approximately 12,000 patients per month.

Services at Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH)

BSH offers the following medical services:

  • Primary healthcare services
  • Obstetrics/gynecology
  • Dialysis treatments
  • Ophthalmology treatments
  • Laboratory testing
  • Pharmacy
  • Ultrasound
  • Electrocardiography (ECG)

 

Facts and figures:

 

  • Established in 2010, BSH serves 500,000 community members in Lahore, Pakistan
  • Over 12,500 patients are treated every month
  • More than 150,000 patients have been served to date

 

Challenge

 Pakistan ranks eight in kidney disease causing 20,000 deaths every year. The number of patients affected by Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is increasing day by day and has become a major challenge to healthcare facilities around the world. In Pakistan, CKS is a prevalent disease and its frequency is expected to be increased rapidly as the population of Pakistan ages. The annual mortality rate per 100,000 people from chronic kidney disease in Pakistan has increased by 72.0%. BSH is organizing informative seminars and free diagnosis camps for the community members to raise awareness about preventive measures and timely diagnosis of kidney disease.

 

Solution

Razia Begum Dialysis Centre, operated by BSH is one of the foundation’s most actively running projects providing free and subsidized healthcare to all those who cannot afford to pay medical expenses. Once you make a donation, we are using our maximum resources to save each patient’s life. Out transparent system of donation collection ensures that you are contributing for a better cause. We at the Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH), make sure to provide the right kind of healthcare services to the people across Punjab hence making us one of the best hospital in Lahore. Thanks to H. Sheikh Noor-ud-Din & Sons (HSNDS) for playing such a major role in making that possible for the local community.

The high prevalence of CKD in Pakistan, compounded with the lack of funding of medical care, and the high individual cost of hemodialysis has created a large gap in access to quality treatment. We believe that there is dire need for launching such programs to facilitate the rural communities. Many patients in Pakistan with kidney disease do not have an access to the right medical attention, due to a lack of funds as well as inadequate facilities, equipment and professional medical staff. To face this growing healthcare crisis, we inaugurated the Razia Begum Dialysis Centre in June 2016 to provide free quality treatment to low-income patients.

 Facts and figures:

  • 25 million people in Pakistan suffer from CKD.
  • Razia Begum Dialysis Centre has 50 dialysis machines and can treat up to 2,700 patients each month.
  • Our Dialysis Centre is equipped with the latest machinery and highly skilled medical professionals.
  • The major and common causes of kidney disease are high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity, which if left untreated can lead to end-stage kidney failure.

DataDescriptionGlobalGiving Donation (Nov, 2017)Rs. 454,424.31Number of Dialysis Performed (Nov, 2017)1968 ProceduresNumber of Dialysis Kits (Nov, 2017)1968 KitsDialysis Kits purchased from donation494 KitsPer Unit KitRs. 920Donation Utilization (494*920)Rs. 454,480 Long-Term Impact

The aim of BSF is to double the quantity to facilitate more patients by maintaining the quantity and quality of the healthcare facilities. Currently we are running 2 dialysis procedure shifts on 50 latest dialysis machines and our aim is to increase the number of machines to 100. We are planning to enroll more patients from the remote areas where there is a need of quality healthcare facilities is increasing and these areas requires much attention for basic necessities of life. For this purpose, we need funds to be raised across the globe.

 

Some of our patients shared their stories about their declining health how they are served at Bilqees Sarwar Hospital. These statements are based on real interviews.   

Patient Name: Mrs. Zarina

Miss Zarina is suffering from CKD for more than three years now. She’s been visiting Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) for the past nine months. Before coming to BSH, she was attending the dialysis procedures from a private facility where she was not satisfied with the quality standards.

She said, “It’s been more than three years when my declining health conditions led me towards kidney failure and I was prescribed to attend dialysis procedures. My family chooses a private kidney care facility for my treatment. After few visits, I start feeling that their machinery was not up to the mark and their staff was not professional. We were searching for a hospital with quality medical standards and luckily, we came to know about BSH through a TV commercial. It’s been nine months now that I am taking my dialysis treatment here and I am very satisfied with the treatment and the environment.”

 

Patient Name: Miss Aneela

 “Uncontrolled diabetes has led me towards kidney failure,” says Miss Aneela.

Miss Aneela was a diabetic patient and three years ago she was diagnosed with CKD. She visited a government facility where they tried to treat her but at last, she was referred to attend the dialysis procedures.

She shares her story, “I was diabetic and uncontrolled sugar level has led me towards kidney failure. I was rushed to the hospital where they kept me under observation. My family decided to take me to a private kidney care facility, which proved to be a nightmare. After attending a few procedures, my health began to fall and soon I was on a wheelchair because I was unable to walk. Their procedures took less time than what’s prescribed by the medical professionals, and due to that maltreatment, my blood pressure was out of control. My family was very worried about the decline of my health and they shifted me from one facility to another in search of good treatment. Fortunately, one of my relatives advised me to visit at Bilqees Sarwar Hospital (BSH) and it’s been a year that I am attending quality dialysis treatment with satisfaction at BSH. The staff is very professional and they have maintained good quality healthcare.”

Patient Name: Mr. Ghulam

“I visited a government facility to attend a dialysis procedure, however, after the treatment, I felt nauseous and my diet schedule was disturbed,” says Mr. Ghulam.

Mr. Ghulam was diagnosed with chronic #kidney disease almost two years ago. He is getting #dialysis treatment from #BSH for the past five months. Before visiting BSH, he went to a government hospital where he faced complications.

He adds, “When I was diagnosed with CKD, I was attended by a government hospital but unfortunately it required a whole day to wait for my turn in the long queue. It was a painful experience because after the procedure my health was badly affected. I began to vomit after the procedure and I was unable to eat anything. After visiting BSH, my condition is better than before and now I am taking my diet properly. At BSH, the doctors are taking good care of all the patients and I am feeling much better.”

Mr. Ghulam is very satisfied with the treatment given by BSH and its staff.

 

Patient Name: Ahmed

“My son (Ahmed Butt) is suffering from disabilities related to the development of large intestine by birth. I was unable afford the medical expense related to his dialysis treatment. Says Ahmed’s Father”

Ahmed’s father was very upset due to the critical condition of his 16 years old son and describes how Ahmed’s disability effected his kidneys. 5 years ago, Ahmed was prescribed to follow the dialysis procedure due to chronic kidney disease. His father was unable to afford the heavy medical expenses of dialysis treatment offered by private centers and was less satisfied due to low-quality treatment. Bilqees Sarwar Hospital – Lahore took the responsibility of taking care of this child and by the Grace of ALLAH, he is getting the best dialysis treatment free of cost.

His father is very satisfied with the treatment given by BSH. He is happy with the staff and environment.

Support Bilqees Sarwar Hospital to continue with this noble cause.

 

 

Video Links

 

Patients Feedback

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLs6hzZfTE4&feature=youtu.be

 

Support Bilqees Sarwar Hospital

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zb_TTkBZF9M

 

Hospital Overview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dxkF4qhVKg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRtgqn4gdp8&feature=youtu.be

Links:

 

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Bilqees Sarwar Foundation

Location: Lahore - Pakistan
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Nicole Malick
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan
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