Tuesday, 5 December 2017

HOPE CELEBRATES MILAD-UN-NABI

The month of rabiul awal is celebrated with much fanfare in Pakistan. Every street is illuminated with multicolored fairy lights, every person is filled with joy and feels a sense of cheerfulness as it is month of the birth of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be upon Him). A number of programs are being chalked out to celebrate the birth of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) with great reverence and devotion.

This enormously joyous occasion is celebrated by HOPE-an NGO in Pakistan schools and hospitals. These activities are carried out under the supervision of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist in Karachi and Chairperson of HOPE. In these Milad gatherings, all the students and staff members of HOPE school Mujahid and Bhitaiabad. Students and teachers prepare Naats and remember the teachings of our beloved Prophet (Peace be upon him). Qari’s were also invited to enlighten us by the saying of the Prophet and pray melodious Naats.









On this occasion we remember the teachings of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) as the quote goes: They ask you (O Muhammad) what they should spend in charity. Say: 'Whatever you spend with a good heart, give it to parents, relatives, orphans, the helpless, and travelers in need. Whatever good you do, God is aware of it.” Hence the main aim of our NGO HOPE is placed on this very saying.


HOPE-an NGO in Pakistan tries to bring as much joy to the underserved as possible by organizing such events and activities which make them feel loved, and nothing compares to those elated faces when they receive appreciation for their efforts of participating in such activities. We hope to continue to spread love and happiness by giving charity in the way of God and simultaneously managing such events to motivate women and children to come forward and display their talents. 

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

VISIT TO AN AMUSEMENT PARK BY STUDENTS OF HOPE HOME SCHOOL

HOPE-an NGO in Pakistan works for the betterment of the society by providing high quality education and health care services for the underprivileged and underserved aiming mainly at the women and children in the rural areas who are deprived of the basic necessities of life. HOPE believes in educating children and providing them a pathway in building a brighter future for themselves.

HOPE- an educational NGO in Pakistan, has a number of formal and home schools where increasing number of students gain education under the supervision of Dr Mubina Agboatwalla – a child specialist in Karachi . But alongside education, HOPE also takes their students on fieldtrips which is necessary for the motivation of the students. One such incident is of Chunky Monkey, an amusement park where thirty students of home school Mujahid were taken on a fieldtrip and thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Chunky Monkey is the largest amusement park situated in Karachi with a unique idea of attracting the kids and family who are searching for a place that is full of excitement. The rides are very safe and designed in a way that is very secure for the kids. The park is well maintained and very neat & clean. There are a number of different activities and rides such as the pirate ship, the wheels on the bus ride, the anti-plunger behaved more like an open, rotating elevator to nowhere. It ascended and descended at such a slow speed that it ought to be part of the park's geriatric section. And the basement which is made into an arcade.







The whole trip was sponsored by Target Inc. Pakistan, a direct affiliate of a major retailing chain store in the US which enjoys a very exclusive and dedicated clientele. The trip culminated with distribution of lunch boxes consisting of delicious Biryani and each students were awarded with certificates as well.





Thursday, 23 November 2017

INAUGURATION CEREMONY FOR THE EXPANSION OF HOPE GURUMANDIR HOSPITAL

According to a report, Pakistan is ranked lowest in education and health among the nuclear powers. The birth rate and death rate are higher than usual. In such crucial circumstances HOPE- a health NGO in Pakistan, decided to expand its existing hospital located at Gurumandir, Karachi.

The inauguration took place on the 22nd of November’17, Wednesday at Gurumandir HOPE Hospital. It commenced with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by the recitation of the Holy Quran. A few refreshments were also served to all the staff members.





The expansion of HOPE Hospital included 4 more beds making it a 7 bedded Hospital along with an operation theater and an OPD. The Hospital now has a fully functioning antenatal care unit with a number of incubators present. The hospital Staff includes Consultants, Gynecologists namely Dr. Farah, Dr. Afshan and Dr. Rehana, as well as the well-known Pediatrician Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi.

HOPE-a NGO in Pakistan continues its work to improve the living standards of the children and poor communities by fulfilling their basic rights of healthcare and education. The acknowledgement and appreciation of our work energizes the team with motivation to put in even greater effort in doing so. HOPE team strives to achieve a greater success rate in the health care sector by the expansion of HOPE hospital which is fully equipped with all necessary medical facilities. 

Monday, 13 November 2017

FAHIM SCHOOL SYSTEM’S DONATIONS FOR THE STUDENTS OF BHITTAIABAD SCHOOL

Hope an educational NGO in Pakistan aims to provide high quality and free of cost education to children in rural and urban setting all over Pakistan mainly concentrating on girls’ education. Providing education is one of the priority areas of HOPE an NGO in Pakistan, which is vital for the economic, social and cultural development of all societies.

Under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- child specialist in Karachi. HOPE has 4 formal schools and 200 informal schools in different districts all over Pakistan providing high quality and free of cost education for those who are otherwise impoverished for education and even the thought of having books and going to school is nothing but a mere imagination and a dream.



One such informal school is the Bhittaiabad School in Karachi which was privileged to welcome on board the students and management of Fahim’s Schooling System, which has in the past helped out a great deal by providing rations and supplies to the flood victims.

This time around, Fahim Schooling System distributed more than 100 stationary boxes, school books, school copies and eatables to the pupils of Bhittaiabad School. They even went an extra mile by donating medicines for HOPE Hospitals.




HOPE- an educational NGO in Pakistan , has a strong and long lasting bond with Fahim’s Schooling System and as always appreciates the support and assistance provided by them.

Saturday, 11 November 2017

HOPE’s supporters visit to HOPE Hospital and HOPE School

HOPE – an NGO in Pakistan has been active in Pakistan since 1997, working in the sector of health and education. The organization is spearheaded by the dynamic leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla – a child specialist in Karachi and continuously strives to improve the health and educational disparity of the deprived community in the country.

HOPE – an NGO in Pakistan has a wide network of schools and hospitals across Pakistan. In Karachi, it runs 2 secondary care hospitals, at Korangi and Gurumandir. Moreover, HOPE runs two Maternal and Child Health Care centers in the city (in the slum areas of Manzoor and Mujahid colonies) as well as two Mobile Health Units, which cater 26 villages in the outskirts of Karachi. In the domain of education, HOPE operates a Formal Secondary High school and 2 semi-formal schools and numerous informal schools in Karachi.




Recently, Dr Zainab, one of the helpers of HOPE, along with Mr. Raees Irshd visited HOPE Hospital and School in Zia Colony, Korangi. The couple toured the premises and was briefed about the recent happenings at both the hospital and the school. The couple greatly appreciated the hospital facility and the quality of service being offered to all patients. Moreover, they interacted with the students of the HOPE school and were delighted by their level of motivation and curiosity. They were moved by the work done by HOPE in the area, which is otherwise deprived and neglected.





HOPE - a Health NGO in Pakistan, continues its work to improve the living standards of the children and poor communities by giving them easy access to basic rights of healthcare and education. The acknowledgement and appreciation of our work energizes the team with motivation to put in even greater effort in doing so.

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

HOPE’S Health Care Sector

Health care is a basic and essential human need in every part of the world. Regardless of the fact that a person in ill or not, regular checkups are good personal habits. In Pakistan there has been a rampant growth in the health care sector. One such startup NGO, which has been the forefront in providing facilities to the down trodden particularly women and children, is HOPE- a Health NGO in Pakistan.

Providing world class health care facility is an obligation on HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan. Having said that, it has three main secondary hospitals, two of which are in Karachi and one in Thatta. A number of medical and surgical facilities and services are provide some of which are as follows: Labor rooms, Maternity services, X-Ray, Blood Bank, Laboratory, Gynecologist Surgeries etc.



HOPE hospital in Karachi as well as Thatta has been constructed with the help of the Japanese government. HOPE hospital in Thatta stands out for its unique facilities as no other Hospital existing there contains a Blood bank or an ante-natal care facility. Thatta hospital caters to the rural areas by providing the best team of paramedics which are on call 24/7.



HOPE organizes a weekly mobile medical camp that covers as many as 26 Goths on a rotational basis. On each visit as many as 100 individual patients consisting of men, women and children are examined and annually approximately 26,000 patients are seen.




HOPE also has a Basic Health Unit in Sujawal Hospital that has started providing patients with secondary healthcare facilities, including a fully equipped operation theatre, 24 hours emergency services, ante-natal care facilities and ICUs.
HOPE, under the guidance Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, has been collaborating with national and international organizations such as: The Japanese Embassy, Procter and Gamble private Ltd and Human Concern International, (HCI). The funds donated from these organizations has helped immensely in establishing hospitals in Karachi, Thatta and MHU in Interior Sindh. Ultimately it is clear that HOPE is playing a vital role in developing society, where women and children are being cured of diseases.