IMANA Medical relief-PIMA Pakistan Sindh flood relief

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It said that some 5.3m people were now affected by the floods, caused by days of torrential rains.

More than 200 people have already been killed by the floods, reports say.

The growing crisis is already being compared with last year's devastating floods.

Millions were displaced across the country and about 2,000 people died as torrential monsoon rains in 2010 caused rivers to burst their banks, washing away homes and property. Sindh was one of the worst affected regions.

IMANA Relief in collaboration with its partner organization in Pakistan PIMA has started a campaign to extend medical and humanitarian relief service for flood affected population of Mirpur Khas, Hala and Badin in the first phase.

IMANA relief’s fully equipped mobile hospital has been moved to Mirpur Khas and is working day and night to extend emergency medical support to thousands of stranded people who are forced to take refuge on the roadsides and a few spared government schools.

So far more than 1500 patients have been examined and supplied medicine, a few minor surgical procedures were also conducted.

There are other 7 teams of PIMA doctors working at various sites and around 25 doctors, paramedics and relief workers have so far examined more than 4400 patients and supplied them with medicine.

The IMANA –PIMA relief team is in need of more supply of medicine and food supplements. An appeal is made to all to help the affected masses at this hour of need.

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> IMANA Medical relief-PIMA Pakistan Sindh flood relief

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It said that some 5.3m people were now affected by the floods, caused by days of torrential rains.

More than 200 people have already been killed by the floods, reports say.

The growing crisis is already being compared with last year's devastating floods.

Millions were displaced across the country and about 2,000 people died as torrential monsoon rains in 2010 caused rivers to burst their banks, washing away homes and property. Sindh was one of the worst affected regions.

IMANA Relief in collaboration with its partner organization in Pakistan PIMA has started a campaign to extend medical and humanitarian relief service for flood affected population of Mirpur Khas, Hala and Badin in the first phase.

IMANA relief’s fully equipped mobile hospital has been moved to Mirpur Khas and is working day and night to extend emergency medical support to thousands of stranded people who are forced to take refuge on the roadsides and a few spared government schools.

So far more than 1500 patients have been examined and supplied medicine, a few minor surgical procedures were also conducted.

There are other 7 teams of PIMA doctors working at various sites and around 25 doctors, paramedics and relief workers have so far examined more than 4400 patients and supplied them with medicine.

The IMANA –PIMA relief team is in need of more supply of medicine and food supplements. An appeal is made to all to help the affected masses at this hour of need.

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Last Updated: Sunday, 02 October 2011 17:55

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"Mobile mother and Child clinic" for flood affectees in Pakistan

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As you are aware of the heavy loss inflicted to the lives and property due to the devastating floods encompassing a large area of Pakistan during the last summers and its aftermath. Pakistan Islamic Medical Association(PIMA relief) was amongst the first responders to be joined immediately by other FIMA members and partner organisations. There was an excellent harmony and joint collaborations amongst these medical releif providers. PIMA’s flood relief efforts were strongly substantiated by IMANA, IMAM, MERCY Malaysia, IMANI, MER-C Indonesia, Jordan Medical Society for Islamic studies, Arab Medical Union, IMA Egypt, DWW(Turkey), IMA Sri Lanka and many others.

In response to the ever increasing number of women and children in need of health care sevices, FIMA launched its first “Mobile Mother and Child Clinic” in collaboration with PIMA. DWW(Turkey) IMA Indonesia, Jordan Medical Society for Islamic Studies under the able guidance of Prof Aly Mishal & Muslim Aid (UK). The fleet equipped with most modern gadgetry and medical supplies has been working since Jan 2011 in the worst flood hit areas of South Punjab and is providing medical services to those who can’t afford to move to cities and towns for medical help. Around 100 patients are examined daily and around 4000 lab tests, ultrasound exams and minor OB/GYN and surgical procedures have been  carried out.

Dr. Tanveer Zubairi
FIMA Secretary; 8-2 Gulberg Complex, Jail Road


Lahore-Pakistan
Tel: 0092 42 35715231
0092 42 3571 6231
0092 42 3571 5854
Fax: 0092 42 3571 5855
cell: 0092 300 8444116

> "Mobile mother and Child clinic" for flood affectees in Pakistan

[click here to view photo gallery]
As you are aware of the heavy loss inflicted to the lives and property due to the devastating floods encompassing a large area of Pakistan during the last summers and its aftermath. Pakistan Islamic Medical Association(PIMA relief) was amongst the first responders to be joined immediately by other FIMA members and partner organisations. There was an excellent harmony and joint collaborations amongst these medical releif providers. PIMA’s flood relief efforts were strongly substantiated by IMANA, IMAM, MERCY Malaysia, IMANI, MER-C Indonesia, Jordan Medical Society for Islamic studies, Arab Medical Union, IMA Egypt, DWW(Turkey), IMA Sri Lanka and many others.

In response to the ever increasing number of women and children in need of health care sevices, FIMA launched its first “Mobile Mother and Child Clinic” in collaboration with PIMA. DWW(Turkey) IMA Indonesia, Jordan Medical Society for Islamic Studies under the able guidance of Prof Aly Mishal & Muslim Aid (UK). The fleet equipped with most modern gadgetry and medical supplies has been working since Jan 2011 in the worst flood hit areas of South Punjab and is providing medical services to those who can’t afford to move to cities and towns for medical help. Around 100 patients are examined daily and around 4000 lab tests, ultrasound exams and minor OB/GYN and surgical procedures have been  carried out.

Dr. Tanveer Zubairi
FIMA Secretary; 8-2 Gulberg Complex, Jail Road


Lahore-Pakistan
Tel: 0092 42 35715231
0092 42 3571 6231
0092 42 3571 5854
Fax: 0092 42 3571 5855
cell: 0092 300 8444116

Last Updated: Thursday, 14 April 2011 17:28

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Al Khidmat News Bulletin 5

Al Khidmat News Bulletin 5

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Dear Brothers & Sisters,
Assalamu Alaikum,
In view of fast changing situation in flood-hit areas of Pakistan, a condensed report in the form of “News Bulletin # 5” covering relief activities including latest updates are attached with this e-mail. You will receive similar updates during coming days as well.
Kindly feel free to guide / suggest improvements in our work. You are cordially invited to join hands with us for collaborative relief work, aiming to minimize sufferings of flood victims. Time is ripe to start construction of damaged houses. Please refer to relevant pages.
For detailed Information about Flood Relief Activities
visit Al-Khidmat Web Site
I)
Situational Report
Website
II)
Needed Relief Activities and Items
III)
Flood Relief Activities of Al-Khidmat
IV)
Pictures Gallery
V)
Delegation from Abroad
VI)
Looking forward to your comments and requesting you to acknowledge receipt of this News Bulletin # 5, we remain
Sincerely,
(Ahsan Ali Syed)
Secretary General,
Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan

http://www.al-khidmatfoundation.org
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> Al Khidmat News Bulletin 5

Al Khidmat News Bulletin 5

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Dear Brothers & Sisters,
Assalamu Alaikum,
In view of fast changing situation in flood-hit areas of Pakistan, a condensed report in the form of “News Bulletin # 5” covering relief activities including latest updates are attached with this e-mail. You will receive similar updates during coming days as well.
Kindly feel free to guide / suggest improvements in our work. You are cordially invited to join hands with us for collaborative relief work, aiming to minimize sufferings of flood victims. Time is ripe to start construction of damaged houses. Please refer to relevant pages.
For detailed Information about Flood Relief Activities
visit Al-Khidmat Web Site
I)
Situational Report
Website
II)
Needed Relief Activities and Items
III)
Flood Relief Activities of Al-Khidmat
IV)
Pictures Gallery
V)
Delegation from Abroad
VI)
Looking forward to your comments and requesting you to acknowledge receipt of this News Bulletin # 5, we remain
Sincerely,
(Ahsan Ali Syed)
Secretary General,
Al-Khidmat Foundation Pakistan

http://www.al-khidmatfoundation.org
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Last Updated: Monday, 06 September 2010 06:24

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IMA North America Relief in Pakistan

 

Assalamualaikum,

 

By the Grace of Allah the first IMANA Team returned home safe and sound on August 22nd after spending a week in the Charsadda and Nowshera districts. Prior to their departure IMANA Relief was already making a difference. During the first two weeks of the disaster, the organization provided medical aid for approximately 4,800 individuals, purified water to 35,000,  assisted in food distribution for 55,000 and cleared 20 miles of buried roadways and streets so that villages can become accessible. IMANA is indebted to Al-Khidmat Foundation for helping us carry out these efforts.

 

The six physician volunteers arrived on August 13th and the very next day were in Charsadda seeing patients. Alhamdulillah a total of six mobile medical camps were established resulting in care being provided to 1,794 patients. In the evenings the doctors themselves distributed food to a total of 800 individuals. These efforts were only possible by the collaborative efforts made between IMANA, Shine-CDRS, Pakistan Kidney Institute and Pakistan’s Islamic Medical Association. To our partners we are grateful and may Allah bless them immensely.

 

The crisis is epic in proportions and IMANA Relief is truly committed to their motto of making a difference. IMANA has taken the necessary steps to be an example for all in providing for these less fortunate brothers and sisters. Model camps are going to be adopted in each of the affected provinces, one camp per province. In the Khyber Pakthunwa IMANA Relief and its’ partner organizations have already adopted an entire IDP camp (internal displaced persons). This camp presently has 742 residents. They will be provided for in a completely comprehensive fashion. Food, shelter, schooling, medical care and vocational work for the women will be provided. This model will be utilized in identical fashion in the remaining affected provinces of Punjab, Sindh, and Baluchistan.  Together we all will make a difference.

 

On behalf of IMANA and the Relief committee I thank you for your support. The disaster is larger than the Tsunami, Pakistan earthquake, and Haitian earthquake combined . For us to continue making this difference we need your support, donate today and make a difference today.

 

Donate online at www.imana.org or www.causes.com “IMANA Relief for 2010 Pakistan Flood Victims”

Or Call Toll Free 877-263-9589

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Ismail A. Mehr

IMANA Relief Committee Chair

IMANA General Secretary

> IMA North America Relief in Pakistan

 

Assalamualaikum,

 

By the Grace of Allah the first IMANA Team returned home safe and sound on August 22nd after spending a week in the Charsadda and Nowshera districts. Prior to their departure IMANA Relief was already making a difference. During the first two weeks of the disaster, the organization provided medical aid for approximately 4,800 individuals, purified water to 35,000,  assisted in food distribution for 55,000 and cleared 20 miles of buried roadways and streets so that villages can become accessible. IMANA is indebted to Al-Khidmat Foundation for helping us carry out these efforts.

 

The six physician volunteers arrived on August 13th and the very next day were in Charsadda seeing patients. Alhamdulillah a total of six mobile medical camps were established resulting in care being provided to 1,794 patients. In the evenings the doctors themselves distributed food to a total of 800 individuals. These efforts were only possible by the collaborative efforts made between IMANA, Shine-CDRS, Pakistan Kidney Institute and Pakistan’s Islamic Medical Association. To our partners we are grateful and may Allah bless them immensely.

 

The crisis is epic in proportions and IMANA Relief is truly committed to their motto of making a difference. IMANA has taken the necessary steps to be an example for all in providing for these less fortunate brothers and sisters. Model camps are going to be adopted in each of the affected provinces, one camp per province. In the Khyber Pakthunwa IMANA Relief and its’ partner organizations have already adopted an entire IDP camp (internal displaced persons). This camp presently has 742 residents. They will be provided for in a completely comprehensive fashion. Food, shelter, schooling, medical care and vocational work for the women will be provided. This model will be utilized in identical fashion in the remaining affected provinces of Punjab, Sindh, and Baluchistan.  Together we all will make a difference.

 

On behalf of IMANA and the Relief committee I thank you for your support. The disaster is larger than the Tsunami, Pakistan earthquake, and Haitian earthquake combined . For us to continue making this difference we need your support, donate today and make a difference today.

 

Donate online at www.imana.org or www.causes.com “IMANA Relief for 2010 Pakistan Flood Victims”

Or Call Toll Free 877-263-9589

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Ismail A. Mehr

IMANA Relief Committee Chair

IMANA General Secretary

Last Updated: Wednesday, 01 September 2010 15:01

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