Pakistan

Pakistan In Need

MiN is carrying out humanitarian efforts in Pakistan to support poverty-stricken families, the disabled and long-term sick as well as children. Pakistan suffers from abject poverty and the country has both inefficient and inadequate infrastructure and resources to support those in desperate need. MiN, with your donations, has been able to help provide food parcels, water pumps, and medical assistance to some of the most neediest people.

 

Active Projects in Pakistan:

Humanitarian efforts in Pakistan

The assistance that MiN provides, comes in many forms.

We provide assistance via food parcel distribution, the building of communal water pumps as well as wells, build/repair homes, fund life-changing and life-saving surgery, clear debts, contribute to the cost of weddings, purchases of market carts for sellers and even buy livestock for the neediest families.

We aim to provide assistance that will lead to long-term sustainability.


Food and Water Projects

MiN have been providing the most poverty-stricken families in Pakistan with monthly food parcels, water and medical attention.

as little as £25 will feed a family for a whole month, provide them with medical aid or basic necessaties to help ease their hardship.


Child Exploitation Prevention Project

MiN is engaged with the Child Protection & Welfare Bureau (CPWB) to tackle child exploitation in Pakistan. The project, currently operational in Rawalpindi, identifies and locates children who are being sexually exploited. With the help of local government forces, identified children are then rescued (off the street or from their captors) and given accommodation in a safe and protected care home specifically for abused children.

The CPWB helps provide the children in the care with access to child psychologists and counselors who help their mental rehabilitation as well as improving their personal well-being. With your donations, MiN is able to help provide the children with clothes, food, books, stationery, toys and, most importantly, an education. Donations are also used for classroom equipment (chairs, tables, blackboards), air conditioning units and to repair and maintain the care home so that it can continue to provide suitable and long-term living accommodation and schooling for the children for as long as they need it. MiN doesn’t just want to take these children off the street, we want to eradicate the circumstances that lead them to be on the streets and exploited in the first place.

In the first phase of this project, the care home will initially cater for 60 children with an expected cost of £5000. We envisage that once phase one has been completed and the necessary building renovations have been carried out, with ongoing and increased donations, we can begin to plan phase two to help even more children off the streets and into this safe haven.

Our hope is that the care home will give them hope and open up opportunities for their futures upon completion of their education. This can only happen if you continue to support this initiative with your much-needed donations.