Tuesday, 30 May 2017

HOPE Fund raising event in Dubai

HOPE - an NGO in Pakistan has been helping the underprivileged by providing access to quality healthcare and education in far flung areas of Pakistan. So far HOPE has provided quality education to approximately 12000 children across the country. Simultaneously, due to poor maternal and child healthcare, HOPE a health NGO in Pakistan has also been indulged in improving the health status of women and children by targeting parameters of health both in the rural and urban slums.

These efforts wouldn't be possible without help from people across the world. Their spirits remain high to help those in need by giving funds for improving their standard of living. HOPE provides a platform for such warm hearted individuals to enlighten them about how HOPE has been working for the poor and how their help will play an important part in individuals’ lives.

HOPE has been conducting fund raising events under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla – a child specialist in Karachi, in different countries including USA, Behrain and Dubai. In this regard, Dr Mubina Agobatwalla along with HOPE Team visited Dubai this month to enlighten the Pakistani community living over there about HOPE’s work and projects that has been made possible because of their generous help. Two events at different places were arranged by helpers of HOPE Ms Hania and Ms Iffat. Large number of people gathered to witness HOPE achievements in Pakistan in the sector of health and education. Audiences were made aware regarding HOPE efforts and its mission. The presentation was delivered by Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla  - a child specialist in Karachi herself. 

The people gathered there appreciated HOPE’s effort in creating a difference in the society and become a part of HOPE’s mission by donating huge amount of money. There help will aid HOPE in providing quality education and health care to the under privileged people in the country.

Friday, 26 May 2017


HOPE - a health NGO in Pakistan, launches its Ramadan campaign every year with great religious fervor. The campaign focuses the less privileged segments of the society across Pakistan. The campaign entails various activities under the supervision of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla - a child specialist in Karachi, with HOPE teams travelling to different poverty-stricken areas. Spreading smiles by arranging iftars and distributing Eid gifts to the less fortunate ones is indeed a great sense of satisfaction and source of immense pleasure for the HOPE – an NGO in Pakistan, staff as well as various philanthropists who contribute for this campaign. As the month of Ramadan is just round the corner, therefore the preparation for the campaign has already started and the donations are coming in for this noble cause. 

The campaign will include the following activities: 

1. A grand Iftar dinner in the urban slum of Zia Colony. Around 1200 students  will attend this iftar and dinner, followed by Eid clothes distribution. The students who will attend this grand iftar will be from HOPE Schools (Zia Colony, Sachal Goth, Manzoor Colony, Mujahid Colony, Bhattiabad, Abdullah Shah Gazi Goth, Bilal Colony, Ghaggar and pipri).

2. An iftar dinner in Muzaffargarh will also be arranged where around 350 students belonging from poverty-stricken families will be attending the iftar.

3. More than 500 children are expected to attend an Iftar dinner at Bhattaiabad. These children belong to the underprivileged areas located in Bhattaiabad.

4. HOPE will also be distributing iftar boxes, biryani boxes, ration bags in Bhattaiabad, Rehri Goth, Sachal Goth, Ghaggar, Pipri, Link Road, Gaddap, Gharo, Dhabeji, Abdullah Shah Gazi Goth, Bilal Colony, Manzoor Colony and Mujahid Colony.

5. Approximately 400 underprivileged children will be attending iftar dinner at Thatta School.

6. Eid clothes will be distributed among the needy children in Karachi, Thatta, Muzaffargarh, Muzaffarabad AJK. Children are immensely delighted to see the fancy new clothes for Eid.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

HOPE’s “P&G Purifier of Water” Activity

Clean drinking water is essential to the full enjoyment 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.

HOPE - an NGO in Pakistan, has assigned a team specifically for this project who visit different slum areas of Karachi three days a week and distribute water purifying kits and sachets along with the demonstration on how to use it correctly. The team visits 15 families in a day and 45 families per week. The target is to cater 1000 families in 8 months. Each family is provided a purifying kit that consists of:
  • ·         Cooler
  • ·         Bucket
  • ·         Muslin Cloth
  • ·         Spatula
  • ·         120 sachets

Under the leadership of Dr Mubina Agboatwalla – child specialist in Karachi, a monitoring sheet has also been prepared. On completion of one month, the team re-visits the families that they have visited in that month and monitors their health situation as well as the water they are using.

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.