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Shojawal is a place in the city of Pakistan in the province of Sindh and was one of the areas worst affected by the 2009 floods. A request came from a learning centre in this area to assist with providing lights and Gift of the Givers donated a generator. This centre was also identified as a feeding point to approximately 1000 people for the month of Ramadaan. GOTG representative, Sabir SayedRead more
What an experience! Neither words nor pictures can adequately capture the human emotion of the unfolding flood drama in Pakistan. Its Sunday, 22 August, 5:30pm Pakistani time; we enter the camp of Razakabad, one hour's drive from Karachi. A sea of humanity greets us; 10 000 people camped: in a tent city in an open ground, in the college across the road and many shelterless, exposed to the
Following the 7.7 magnitude earthquake in Balochistan, Pakistan, on Tuesday, 24 September 2013, Gift of the Givers had fifty volunteers, comprising Search and Rescue experts, dog handlers, and Trauma Specialists, on standby to depart for the disaster zone. No call was made for international assistance.
On Saturday, 28 September 2013, the area was struck by a second earthquakeRead more
Gift of the Givers is on standby to respond to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Baluchistan, Pakistan that took place on the afternoon of 24 September 2013. We are in touch with the relevant authorities as information is scanty presently given that the area is very remote, rural and very difficult to access. Being night there already, it complicates matters and security is a huge concern in theRead more
"After a long and exhausting yet very successful distribution in Sehwan the team reached Karachi in the early hours on Monday. At 11am GOTG had planned a distribution at Razakabad ATF training center school where children from the affected families are being taught. GOTG had planned to handout stationeries, books, sweets, cloths and toys to these children. There are approximately 2000 children inRead more