Wednesday, 23 September 2020

HOPE Medical Camp at Bilal Colony

 HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan is a very old established NGO functioning successfully since 1997. Working to improve the medical and educational system in Sindh, Punjab and KPK.

HOPE is currently working nationwide to provide health services. It reaches out to underprivileged communities. HOPE has Hospitals, MCH centers and Mobile health units.  HOPE has 4 secondary care hospitals, located in Karachi, Thatta and Sujawal, while 3 Maternal and Child Healthcare Centers (MCH) in Karachi located in slum areas. These are outpatient facilities and provide preventive and curative healthcare to mothers and children. Furthermore HOPE is operating 2 mobile health clinics in the rural areas surrounding Karachi. A total of 10 villages are covered during a period of 5 days.

Providing world class health care facility is an obligation on HOPE – A Health NGO in Pakistan. Having said that, a number of medical and surgical facilities and services are provided, some of which are as follows: Labor rooms, Maternity services, X-Ray, Blood Bank, Laboratory, and Gynecologist Surgeries etc

Recently HOPE set up a Medical Camp in Bilal colony to provide medical support to the poor and needy men, women and children who have been affected by the recent monsoon floods.

Mostly women and children came to sought treatment for common diseases such as respiratory infection, skin diseases, typhoid, diarrhea, constipation, high grade fever flu, urinary tract infections and pregnant women were given medicines as well as their antenatal checkup was done.

 A total of 500+ patients were treated and prescribed medication. All in all, HOPE Pakistan conducted a very successful medical camp with patients returning back to their homes satisfied and content.

Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla - A child specialist in Karachi , has always been focused in providing   better and increased health facilities to the rural, poor people especially those of Sindh and adjoining areas.


Tuesday, 8 September 2020


 Monsoon rains and flood have created havoc in different parts of Pakistan especially the flood-affected areas leaving thousands of families affected, large number of houses destroyed, thousands of acres of ready to harvest crops and fruits orchards have been damaged, link roads and bridges destroyed.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department had issued high alert in the wake of expected widespread heavy rain and flood.

Relief assistance that has been provided so far is insufficient and most of the unattended affected people will remain at high risk requiring immediate lifesaving assistance.

In keeping with its goals and traditions, HOPE an NGO in Pakistan, with the assistance of its supporters made this whole-hearted, meaningful effort of going all the way from Karachi to distribute much needed ration, food supplies and water to the poor and needy families of Thatta, Badin, Gharo,Ghaggar Mujahid Coloney, Bilal Coloney etc whose houses have been drowned due to the recent monsoon floods, and their survival has become a challenge, as they have no place to cook or rest. Their stoves furniture and food supplies have all been damaged, and have been left without any means of sustenance.

In preparation of this important event HOPE a Health NGO in Pakistan, with the help of its numerous generous supporters had gathered together a very substantial quantity of food supplies enough to last each family until the flood situation has been cleared out their full rehabilitation. On reaching the areas seriously damaged by the floods, the team stated orderly distribution of the relief goods and water. The recipients were grateful for the relief food supplies and clean drinking water that was dispensed to them.

All supplies were individually packed. Meal packets, biscuits, khajoor, juices and clean drinking water have been provided to the flood victims.

HOPE’s chairperson, Dr Mubina Agboatwalla -Achild specialist in Karachi, has always been the guiding force in organizing and implementing such relief activities with great success. HOPE team, personally participated in the relief efforts and in this case too, traveled all the way to the rural areas of Karachi and interior Sindh to ensure that the relief activity is carried out with efficiency and maximum number of flood affected are benefited.

Tuesday, 1 September 2020


 Considering the manifold benefits of trees, including that they release oxygen into the air, absorb unpleasant odors as well as harmful gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide from the air and purify it, protect us from dangerous ultra-violet rays, provide us with food and the pivotal role played by trees in preventing soil erosion, maintaining ecological balance and most especially in lessening the effects of global warming

Tree Plantation is poised to effect a positive change in the world's forests growing fast growing trees on a global scale.

Plantation is not an option, but a necessity to save the country for future generations and topromote environmental welfare and for that reason HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan has initiated the tree plantation activity.

Planting a tree is a lifelong investment. How well this investment grows depends on the type of tree selected and the planting location, the care provided during planting, and the follow-up care after planting. Getting your new tree off to a healthy start will help the tree mature to its full size and ensures it will provide environmental, economic, and social benefits throughout its lifetime.

The Tree Plantation drive being conducted by HOPE, is sponsored by The Bokhari Foundation, who collaborated with HOPE - a Health NGO in Pakistan, for the plantation of trees in various cities like Karachi, Gadap, Thatta, Sujawal, Ghaggar etc. 

On the sites selected approximately 180 plants have been decided upon for plantation. Trees such as Gulmohar, Neem,Eucalyptus,Ashoka, Sukh Chain, Peepal etc. These trees will have a tremendous impact on climate change

Some of the very obvious benefits that tree plantation has is: Trees provide oxygen, they cleanse the air, prevent water pollution, conserve energy, most importantly they provide for wood which in turn increases the timber market production and boosts the business.

Under the Leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, HOPE is dedicated to improving the condition in Pakistan, by all necessary means which also includes tree plantation.

HOPE will move on to searching for more sites where trees can be planted, while those which had already been planted will be well looked after. HOPE wishes to combat climate change through such activities.

Wednesday, 19 August 2020


Clean drinking water is an essential need of life and all other human rights. Water as a human right is as much about the quality as it is about access. However, there are many areas in Pakistan where clean drinking water in inaccessible

The United Nations considers universal access to clean water a basic human right, and an essential step towards improving living standards worldwide. Water-poor communities are typically economically poor as well, their residents trapped in an ongoing cycle of poverty. Keeping this in mind, HOPE a Health NGO in Pakistan in collaboration with Procter & Gamble is making clean water accessible by distributing P&G Purifier of Water sachets to the door steps of poor families.

Access to tap water is very low in the areas of Dadu and quality of drinking water remains substandard as the major sources are hand pumps and turbines supplying contaminated or brackish water to local populations.

HOPE - an NGO in Pakistan, has assigned a team specifically for this project who visit different slum areas. Recently HOPE Team visited Dadu, where they distributed water purifying kits and sachets along with the demonstration on how to use it correctly.  Each family is provided a purifying kit that consists of: Cooler, Bucket, Muslin Cloth, Spatula, 120 sachets.

Under the leadership of Dr Mubina Agboatwalla – A child specialist in Karachi, Hope strives its best to provide clean and hygienic drinking water to the areas, where clean and fresh water is not accessible.  The team has been working relentlessly to improve the lives of the people by creating awareness among them, about the benefits of safe drinking water.

The aim is to benefit the community while making clean water accessible for all, hence, reducing the morbidities especially among children. In addition, this will also provide opportunity to improve standards of living while improving health status.

Wednesday, 12 August 2020

The Story of Ahmed and his ambition to become a Software Engineer.

 Ahmed Abdullah; is the son of a poor farmer. His father has to work very hard in order to provide 2 meals a day for the family.

Ahmed wants to work hard and study with full dedication so that he can work in the city and improve the conditions of his family. Ahmed has a will to study computer and become a software engineer, but there were no computer training institutes anywhere in his area or the villages nearby. One day Ahmed received the news about HOPE Computer Center, which was established in the same school where he was studying and they were teaching computer course free of cost. He was very happy to hear about this news and his prayers were finally heard.   

HOPE an NGO in Pakistan along with the collaboration with P&G came as a savior not just to Ahmed, but to many under privileged young boys and girls like him, who have dreams and ambitions as he does. Also the personal desire of Ahmed’s father for him to study and progress in life has come true. Now along with my academic classes he is also studying computer classes. Ahmend is very thankful to HOPE - An Educational NGO in Pakistan for their unyielding support. Ahmed claims he will make every effort possible to achieve his dream and become a software engineer on day.

 The Microsoft office course at HOPE Computer Center consist of 4-month duration, and currently his 2nd month is in progress, after completing the 4 months course, he will hopefully possess the basic knowledge about computers and MS office and will be able to work on Ms Office.  

HOPE along with P&G has established computer centers in several rural areas under the Leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla - A Child Specialist In Karachi. With time the organization is continuing to open up more and more computer centers in areas, where people have no idea what a computer is and the significance of what benefits a computer can provide to an individual whether it is communication, education or getting a job.



Thursday, 6 August 2020


The aim of sacrifice, like all other fundamentals of Islam, is to imbibe piety and self righteousness. It also promotes the spirit of sacrifice for a right cause. HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan is striving hard to reach out to the poor and less fortunate this Eid.

There is nothing dearer to Allah during the days of Eid al-Adha than the sacrificing of animals. Sacrifice, as practiced by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) is an essential religious ritual of the Muslims – replicating and commemorating the sacrifice performed by Prophet Ibraham in its truest spirit and essence. God put Prophet Ibrahim to a most difficult trial, the details of which are described in the Quran.

Qurbani meat is divided into three parts; one for the family, the other for the neighbor and the third portion for the poor. And so Muslims fulfill their obligation and distribute some meat of goats, cows, sheep and camels to the underprivileged.

HOPE- a Health NGO in Pakistan, was actively involved in the distribution of sacrificed animals among the deserving families this Eid-ul-Azha. HOPE carried out its annual Qurbani on all three days of Eid and sacrificed a total of 15 Cows, whilst 22 Goats were sacrificed and meat was distributed among the poor benefitting approximately 1350 plus families and 10,800 individuals.

HOPE under the supervision of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, distributed meat in every nook and corner, so that no one is left hungry and unhappy this Eid. Areas included: Rehri Goth, Bhens Colony, Ghaggar, Link Road, Gadap, Mujahid Colony, Bhittaiabad, Sachal, Bilal Colony, Zia Colony, Kachra Kundi , Gurumandir, Thatta , Sajawal, Badin,  Muzaffarabad and Muzaffargarh.

HOPE USA chapter, HOPE UK and many individual donors contributed for the share in cows and for goats.

With the spirit of Charity, HOPE was able to put a smile to those underserved population who otherwise starve themselves to sleep every night. HOPE has always been a forerunner in carrying out those activities which benefit humanity in any way possible.

Tuesday, 28 July 2020


Charity originates from the heart. Charity is the other name of sharing happiness. Contributing towards the underprivileged is like enlightening your own soul. As per the famous quote “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you”. Charitable activity consists of donating basic human needs such as food, books, clothes, ration and educational items etc; basically items that can help the underprivileged in their daily life. There’s no better gift in giving back to the community, in order to make someone’s life better. Being a helping hand gives you an internal satisfaction and purifies your soul.

HOPE-an NGO in Pakistan, is a non-profit organization which always aims towards an educated and healthy society, where everyone has equal rights. HOPE works for the benefit of underprivileged communities, who are unable to receive quality education and health services.

The Robin Hood Army is a volunteer based zero-funds organization that works to get surplus food from restaurants and the community to serve less fortunate people.

HOPE has received 3,500 plus biscuit packets from Robin Hood Army Pakistan, to be distributed among the underprivileged children of various rural and slum areas of Karachi. These Children do not have the privilege of eating such lavish cookies on regular basis. The smiles that came on the faces of these children after receiving these cookies were priceless.

Donations from individuals and organizations like Robin Hood Army Pakistan make it possible for us to help us in our aim to alleviate the miseries of the poor and needy in various slums of Karachi and rural areas of Sindh.

HOPE-A Health NGO in Pakistan, always makes an effort to organize such philanthropic activities along with the collaboration of different individual donors or institutions. Donations have the potential to drastically improve an individual’s quality of life. This is the main focus of HOPE to improve an individual’s life.

Under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla-A Child Specialist in Karachi, HOPE will continue to work on such philanthropic activities for the betterment of underprivileged communities so they can live their lives easily.