4 June,2013
Tharparkar Sindh

RAHMA Islamic Relief Pakistan have started water assistance by digging of water wells in Tharparkar after successful completion of food and medical relief. For water assistance project, details of villages are as under; A. Village Khri, UC Khri, Talka Islamkot, Total beneficiaries 85 families. B. Village Morano, UC Khri, Talka Islamkot, Total beneficiaries, 70 families


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22 March,2014
Thar Desert,Tharparkar,Sindh

RAHMA Islamic Relief Pakistan has initiated a relief project for the drought-affected people of Thar desert in district Tharparkar, Sindh. In this regard, RAHMA’s Project Coordinator Mr. Asadullah Islahi is in the district and coordinating with various stakeholders. A drought-like situation exists in the district due to scarcity of rains. Women and children are worst affected by malnutrition and dehydration, especially in villages that are away from main roads. Immediate food assistance as well as medical care is needed to save lives. RAHMA Islamic Relief has distributed cooked food among 165 patients who were admitted in DHQ Hospital, Mitthi; mainly due to dehydration and malnourishment. Following proper assessment, RAHMA has started food distribution among most vulnerable people. First 100 food packages were distributed at village Jariyar Soomra in Taluka Diplo. RAHMA has also planned several Free Medical Camps in the district. First Free Medical Camp will be organized in Isam Kot on 20th of march. Several doctors have volunteered for this medical camp. Malnutrition children health condition needed to be focused immediately so RHAMA Islamic Relief Pakistan has distributed 2800 packets of imported rich energy biscuits among 280 numbers of kids and women. RAHMA will also distribute mineral water and several valuable food supplements among the affected people with the generous support of Qarshi Foundation.


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16 October,2013
Kotli Azad Kashmir

By the grace of ALLAH almighty, RAHMA Islamic Relief has performed Qurbani on Eid 1st day. This year, RAHMA distributed Qurbani meat among 600 poor and needy families from district Kotli, identified through local community members and RAHMA staff. In the execution of project, more than 20 volunteers provided extra ordinary services from slaughter of the animal till the end of distributions. Recognizing the efforts of RAHMA, government officials provided government’s slaughter house and hence played a vital role in smooth execution of project.

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18 August,2013
Kotli AJK

RAHMA Islamic Relief, being an Islamic charity organization with the mission to improve the life quality of vulnerable people, has planned to help poor and destitute people in district Kotli, esp. the Kashmiri refugees in the form of food packages for the month of Ramadan. We have identified 400 most deserving families for distribution of Ramazan food packages. The project will directly benefit approximately 3000 individuals. The goal of the project is to provide food to 400 poor families, especially from the refugee community living in district Kotli, for the month of Ramadan.

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31 December,2012
Rahim Yar Khan

At the end of July 2010 heavy monsoon rains triggered both flash floods and riverine floods across Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Sindh, parts of Balochistan and AJK. The floods in Pakistan have affected more than 20 million people (more than 10 per cent of the total population). Floods have destroyed or damaged 1.2 million homes. Infrastructure was completely damaged including, health centers, schools, homes, roads, bridges etc. Rahim yar Khan is also one of the most inundated areas of Pakistan which was severely affected in 2010. Rebuilding of infrastructure is in process but healing this wound was not possible for Government all alone. To complement government efforts, many organizations are working under the scope of their thematic areas. RAHMA Islamic Relief is also one of these organizations which have actively played its part to rebuild infrastructure and provides health care facilities. RAHMA shortly conducted an assessment of flood affected UC’s Liaquatpur and selected BHU Dera Faridi to rebuild its infrastructure and help Government in provision of health care facilities. Dera Faridi is the area where donors could not provide aid on a larger scale especially in health sector. During assessment, the fact was considered as a pivotal point in the selection of BHU Dera Faridi. Prior to service delivery, BHU was renovated with civil work and installment of furniture. Currently RAHMA Islamic Relief in collaboration with Government Health Department Punjab; is providing health care services, including free consultation, medication, lab tests, ECG and USG. RAHMA is also sensitizing community towards healthy activities through social mobilization by conducting health awareness sessions and home visits.


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16 September,2012
Gulpur, AJK-Nowshera-Rajanpur

This year RAHMA performed Qurbani for the people of flood affected area of Rajan Pur, IDPs of KPK and for the refugees of Kashmir


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1 July,2012
Kotli, Azad Kashmir


RAHMA Islamic Relief, being an Islamic charity organization with the mission to improve the life quality of vulnerable people, has planned to help poor and destitute people in district Kotli, esp. the Kashmiri refugees in the form of food packages for the month of Ramadan. We have identified 400 most deserving families for distribution of Ramazan food packages. The project will directly benefit approximately 3000 individuals.

Objectives of the project

The goal of the project is to provide food to 400 poor families, especially from the refugee community living in district Kotli, for the month of Ramadan.

Target Group

400 refugee households or other poor households (approximately 3000 individuals) from district Kotli in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Food Package contains

– Wheat Flour
– Sugar
– Gram Flour
– Cooking Oil
– Rice
– Daal Channa
– Dates
– Black Tea
– Spices
– Rooh Afza

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RBHC Dhanwan

1 June,2012
Phagwaar Mohra-UC Dhanwan, AJK

Newly started primary health project by RAHMA Islamic Relief, which will directly benefit at least 40,000 people of UC Dhanwan and the population of adjacent villages in District Kotli, AJK. Outcomes include qualified consultancy by male and female doctors, modern diagnostic equipment ultrasound, ECG, Microlab, medical store, ambulance, antenatal & post natal care, awareness raising & capacity building activities, outreach health screening & medical treatment camps, home visits by LHWs etc. The health situation in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is not different. AJK is the Pakistan-administered part of Kashmir. According to the World Health Organization, the health conditions of AJK are very poor, owing to poor infrastructure, mountainous terrain, lack of education, scarcity of safe drinking water and being prone to natural and man-made disasters including earthquakes, landslides, floods and war.

Among the most significant problems of AJK are deforestation, soil erosion, depletion and pollution of water resources, unhygienic conditions and precarious sanitation due to scarcity of safe drinking water, lack of latrines and showers. Water-borne diseases including diarrhea, typhoid and Hepatitis are common in the areaThe project area is lacking an immediate access to primary healthcare, laboratory diagnostics and, for this reason, the proposed health intervention has focused on primary care for children, pregnant women and elderly, access to medicines, laboratory testing, safe maternity and public health outreach.

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Agricultural Assistance in Sindh

5 June,2012
District Badin, Sindh

The Heavy moon soon rains that began in August-2011 and continued in September, caused devastation in most parts of Sindh. Monsoon triggered Flooding, affected 22 out of the 23 districts in Sindh. Small farmers were found to be the most affected people during the natural disaster. Some of development sector organizations intended to provide emergency relief and some of them worked for the development of their livelihood. To play an important role, RAHMA came on to the front with the initiative for small farmers in this critical situation. RAHMA identified 630 most vulnerable farmers who could not be benefited inevitably and distributed cottonseed and fertilizers among them. These farmers were identified on the basis of their meagre income and loss they faced during heavy rains. In this situation, it was not possible for them to get rehabilitated on their own. The intervention has produced results in coherence with the objectives to enable them stand and rebuild their lives. RAHMA at one end provided instant relief to affected people, in shape of cottonseeds and fertilizers and on the other hand, has taken off the extra financial burden.

There were two main activities of the project that includes the assessment process and distribution of cottonseed and fertilizer (10 kg cottonseed of BT-121 variety, 150 kg urea fertilizer and 50 kg DAP fertilizer) among the selected 630 farming households affected by floods.


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1 March,2012
Rawalpindi Slum Areas

The urban slums of Pakistan are one of the most deprived and unprivileged communities. In the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, there are 32 slums. Most of these slums are inhibited by gypsy community that depends on begging as their source of income. These men, women and children can be seen all day long on busy roads and boulevards, begging for money in scorching sun or chilling winters. Although these gypsies have been living for more than 2 decades in these slums, the land is not owned by them. Hence there are no schools for them, or any hospitals. RAHMA felt the need and with the help of Individual donors, launched a project for education in slums of Rawalpindi. To start educational services, a small building, located in the slum was renovated with civil work and furniture for students. Building is donated by local community to promote education in slum to change their future life style. Classes were formally started in 2011 with the induction of 25 students in Nursery class. At the beginning, parents of these students were mobilized towards education which resulted in a positive manner and made them agreed upon to be a part of this initiative. The area located towards East of Mureer Chowk, right between the Railway Line and IESCO Hospital is inhibited by gypsies in the form of mismanaged slum. Such slums are scattered across the entire city and gypsies are living in these slums. These gypsies are second generation immigrants from areas like Multan, Khanewal, Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan and other parts of southern Punjab. Most of these gypsies are involved in begging and drug dealing for their survival. Very few of them work in homes, factories and workshops for earning their livelihoods. The houses are make-shift, the sewerage lines are non-existent, and electricity is available only in some of the Jhuggies. There are approximately 120 Jhuggies in this slum and a population of around 1,200. Very few of the gypsies send their children to school for education. Majority of the children assist their parents from an early age in earning money through begging. This slum school is working towards spreading the light of knowledge and wisdom among the gypsies, who are very unprivileged and neglected part of our society.

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