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
After returning from his recent work in Pakistan with Midland Doctors, Dr Irshad Soomro was featured in an article in the Nottingham Evening Post of the 4th of October. To read more about his work see the update below for the 23rd of September 2010. City... read more
May 2010 as the plane landed at Islamabad International Airport I gazed at the Margla Hills in the horizon behind the dusty mist. I knew that this was a country which in recent years had been the victim of natural calamities, terrorism and political insta... read more
Dr Javed received a standing ovation after his presentation at the Annual Islamabad International Paediatric meeting. Shortly after the floods hit Pakistan the PPA performed a survey and identified two major needs of the children in the displaced persons ... read more
Time was of the essence to save lives from the ensuing high risk of Cholera and other deadly infectious diseases. All aid agencies were literally knee deep in the chaos caused by the flood and too large a task for all the agencies put together. The Midlan... read more
24 Hours of fundraising – £15,000 raised! Midland Doctors Ch Riaz Ahmed would oversee the operation. Ch Riaz Ahmed, doctors and volunteers will meet tomorrow and supplies will be purchased in Peshawar. Dr Javed Ahmed arranged a humanitarian team t... read more
“There were areas surrounding Peshawar and Nowshehra where dozens of villages had completely vanished Thousands of families had lost everything and were spending days and nights without any shelter and any essential supplies. Families were surround... read more
Working throughout the day the team provided treatment to over 400 patients and had fed 200 people on the day across the Charsadda region. Cholera threat which we for-saw had become a reality and Children were at real risk.