Sport  Pakistan Project #29389

Uplift A Community Through Football

by Karachi United Football Foundation (Trust)
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Project Report | Jul 27, 2020
Quarterly Report May-July 2020

By Talib Hussain | Project Leader

Ration Drive:

Karachi United initiated ration distribution drive among deserving players during this difficult pandemic period. 50 percent of the Karachi (Pakistan) population live in slums and during this Covid-19 pandemic, these families are facing the starvation. A total of 870 ration bags has been distributed out of which 110 ration bags were given to the girls who are the part of Karachi united. Ration bags containing essential food item were distributed amongst community centers players, junior staff, Madrassa (religious institutions) players and community coaches, who come from underprivileged areas of Karachi (Pakistan). This step has been taken to provide financial support to the families who live on daily basis earning and are suffering due to current pandemic.

Partnership between Karachi United and Storm Fiber

 Karachi United is going through the financial challenges during this Covid-19 pandemic. It has been almost 4 moths that all operations of Karachi United are suspended. Therefore, retaining all coaches was a difficult task for Karachi United but Karachi United does not want to leave their coaches alone in this uncertain situation. Thus, Karachi United collaborated with fiber storm and provided Karachi United 14 community coaches, who have the skills other than coaching, a job opportunity in fiber storm such as technicians and call agents. Now, these 14 coaches are working for Fiber Storm. Out of the 14 coaches two coaches, Daniyal and Najeeb, are the Karachi United Academy coaches


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Mar 30, 2020
Quarterly Report from February to April , 2020

By Farah Ejaz | Monitoring & Reporting Officer

Jan 3, 2020
Quarterly Report Nov-Jan 2020

By Talib Huasain | Project Leader

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Organization Information

Karachi United Football Foundation (Trust)

Location: Karachi - Pakistan
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Project Leader:
Imran Ali
Karachi , Pakistan
$63,281 raised of $75,000 goal
 
1,049 donations
$11,719 to go
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