Today we visited village Muhib Banda to assess the re-construction work. The work is progressing well and the mosque renovation work is almost completed. We are aiming to complete the reconstruction work of the first 6 houses by the 12th of October 10.
Today we held a medical clinic at Sir Sung, Tangi Charsadda. We were on the ground and ready to go by 11am. We were able to treat in the region of 90 patients most of whom were elderly and all of whom were without access to medical care. Whilst it ... read more
“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” “Change starts when someone sees the next step.” – William Drayton
The return of the 5 city bankers from their trip to view the work of Midland Doctors Association UK in Pakistan and to ensure that the phenomenal amount of money that they have raised is reaching the flood victims is being reported in the financial press.... read more
The five intrepid bankers have safely touched down back in the UK today, having safely completed their visit to Pakistan where they examined and took part in the ongoing Midland Doctors Association UK relief work. Itikhar Ali said, “After a humbling... read more
A group of five bankers who together have raised a phenomenal amout in excess of £750,000 for the flood victims in Pakistan, have arrived to inspect how their funds are being spent. The group is made up of Abid Hussain (Citibank), Shahzad Amir (Nomura), ... read more
Part of the Midland Doctors Association UK needs assessment surveys has been consultation with the local populace and national and international aid organisations to see how the resources of Midland Doctors can best be deployed for the local people. Incr... read more
Midland Doctors Association UK and Pakistan Paediatric Association collaborations. Today Dr Javed Ahmed (the Pakistan Ground Logistics Lead) spoke with Professor Arif Secretary of the Pakistan Paediatric Association. Midland Doctors Association UK with a... read more