The children we serve
On October 19, with the help of GlobalGiving.org and the Safer World Fund, all donations to the Commnity Healthcare for 40,000 Kashmiris willl be matched at 80 cents to every dollar. There are over $100,000 in matching funds available starting at 12:01 am EDT. The matching will continue until 11:59pm EDT or until matching funds run out. Please let friends and family share this opportunity with friends and family. Remember, only online donations (credit card or paypal) are eligible for matching.
As always, thank you for your support in spreading this news about YOUR agency. Meanwhile, SHINE Humanity, along with its field partner, Comprehensive Disaster Response Services(CDRS) continued providing services to Kashmiri communities in Pakistan. Here is a summary of our activity for the month of September:
Chikar: During the month of September our teams were able to treat 1,832 patients in Chikar. They also spent on medicines, staff salaries, hospital repair, ambulance repair, incentives for government doctors, utilities and management.
Team members were able to treat a number of patients when an outbreak of gastro-intestinal epidemic hit a village. These patients came with severe dehydration and diarrhea from Danna and Andra Seri, Sulmia. There was not any other facility nearby to respond quickly and abruptly, without our presence in Chikar, these patients would not have made it to the DHQ Hattian Bala. Our staff quickly and efficiently responded to the epidemic and dealt with the situation with commitment.
We also followed up with a Emergency Response Team dispatched to the village to treat severe dehydrated patients who were in danger. These patients were were provided proper medical care for three days and were kept under observation.
Namhother: The team carried out health checks and provided medicines to the needy. A total of 155 patients were treated.
Gundi Gran: Our team provided staff salaries and medicines to 290 patients.
Junaid is one of our special patients
Preventive services keep her out of harm's way