Today we revisited Chowki Drug, Pabbi Nowshehra villages and held another medical clinic. This area is about 2-3 kilometres from the main GT road and is one of the most badly affected areas. The lucky ones are living in tents, others are crammed into the ... read more
Today we distributed three hundred gift packs, 100 bags of flour and 110 containers of oil in Pabbi village. There were more than 50 families in this devastated village, most of whom were sheltering in a government school. These families were very gratefu... read more
Today is the first working day after the Eid holidays. We performed a needs assessment survey to identify the needs of the local population and where we should concentrate our resources for maximum benefit. We decided to concentrate on the villages of Muh... read more
Today we held a medical clinic at Mahroof Khel, MC-3 Charsadda District. We have been asked by the Midland Doctor Association UK executive to concentrate on those areas where other NGO’s have not been able to reach and this was the first medical camp in... read more
Today we were unable to hold our planned medical clinic in Mahroof Khel Charsadda due to the lack of a doctor. The usual three phases of a relief programme are initial relief, rehabilitation and then reconstruction. Whilst we have been operating in the re... read more
A container with over 2500 food/ medicine boxes and a large number of blankets and quilts has left for Karachi on the 24th of September from Derby. Thanks to Mr Ajaz Najib for organising and sponsoring this container.
Economists have estimated that the loss suffered by Pakistan is in the region of $15-20 Billion. The aid pledged so far is 1.5 billion dollars and so strife and difficulties for the sufferers of the flood in the future is inevitable. The devastation of ... read more
Midland Doctors Association UK Chairman Dr Iftikhar once again flew out to Pakistan to oversee the collaborations that Midland Doctors had embarked upon. “We had a meeting with Prof Arif of the Pakistan Paediatric Association to discuss our recent ... read more