A large chunk of the Pakistani population is deprived of the basic necessities of life from which one of the most important, is food. In a recent study conducted by the US, Pakistan ranks 106 among the 119 countries on Global Hunger Index and is expected to rise in the near future. HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, carrying out its philanthropic activities is in one way responsible to feed these hunger stricken populations.
After HOPE’s Ramadhan activities and humanitarian work of distributing iftar boxes to the underserved population, HOPE- a Health NGO in Pakistan, distributed ration to as many as 1150 families at different locations.
The Following are the number of location where ration is distributed: Zia Colony, Bhittaiabad, Sachal goth, Mujahid Colony, Bilal Colony, Gurumandir, Sindh Government, Ghaggar, Gadap, Badin, Thatta, Sujawal, Bilal center, and last but not the least Kachra kundi.
HOPE Volunteers distributed ration packets after Eid to ensure that those needy folks enjoy the support of HOPE as always. HOPE has been assisting the populace of these poverty stricken areas to resist the errands of their lives for several years now, this time in the form of Ration distribution.
Dr. MubinaAgboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi, leads HOPE towards achieving greater horizons and drags people out of their misery and sufferings by carrying out such philanthropic activities.