Mohsin-e-Pakistan and Renowned Scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan on Friday said that the real service to humanity is to serve the vulnerable and volunteerism is an impregnable strength of a nation. Our religion Islam also reinforces this massage of selfless services. It reiterates the need to give without condition and to live one’s life illuminating the world for the less fortunate.
Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan who visited Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) on the special invitation of PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi was addressing the staff members of the Society at National Headquarters.
Dr Saeed Elahi welcoming Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan to the Society said that it is an honour for us to have Mohsin-e-Pakistan with us who services to the country are matchless and the whole nation are proud of AQ Khan. Read more »
Telenor Pakistan has donated PKR 5,000,000 to Pakistan Red Crescent Society (Hilal-i-Ahmer) for relief operations in drought-hit areas of Tharparker.
Red Crescent Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi appreciated Telenor Pakistan’s timely contribution. He said, this is a great initiative from Telenor Pakistan and hopefully will also encourage other organizations to contribute in a similar manner. This is a national crisis and everyone needs to do their part by coming forward and extending support.
He said the Society has provided half-month ration to 5000 drought-hit families besides provision of medical care for three months. Read more »
The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) keeping in view the worst situation in drought affected areas of Tharparker has provided half-month ration to 5000 drought-hit families besides provision of medical care for three months.
The food package was distributed by the PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi along with Secretary General Dr Mahboob Sardar during his visit to the affected areas.
The food package for each family include flour, rice, spilt chickpea pulse, pink lentil, ghee, sugar, tea, salt and mineral water. The food package also includes 82000 nutrition packs for the affectees keeping in view the problems of malnutrition in children and women. Each pack of nutrition contains 24 packets and the total no of the nutrition packets provided to the affectess is two million. Read more »
The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) keeping in view the worst situation in drought affected areas of Tharparker has decided to support 5000 families with food and health services worth PKR 36 million.
The decision was made by the PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi on the directions of Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. Dr Saeed appealed to the people to donate generously to the Red Crescent in the noble cause to mitigate the suffering of the most vulnerable.
The relief items for each family include flour, rice, spilt chickpea pulse, pink lentil, ghee, sugar, tea, salt and mineral water. Read more »