Tuesday, February 10, 2009


HOPE rehabilitation society distributes artificial limbs

Hope Rehabilitation Society has distributed artificial limbs among 20 needy amputees under the Project Limbs for All here at Hope Rehabilitation Centre Johar Town. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan, Nazim Wagha Town Khalid Ghurki and Rotary Clubs District Governor North Shehzad Ahmed distributed the limbs in a function. Lahore Garrison Rotary Club president Aslam Chaudhry, executive members of Hope Society Humayun Khan, SEI Pervez, Dr Sohail Khan, Engr Salim Rafi and other guests were also present at the occasion. Hope Society presidsent Dr Khalid Niazi during his address said that Limbs for All project was inaugurated in the holy month of Ramadan and some 50 amputees have been registered under this project. He said that on providing the artificial limbs to 20 disabled persons Hope Society has spent Rs 5 lacs and this project would continue on permanent basis with the cooperation of philanthropists. Rotary Club district Governor Shehzad Ahmed announced Rs 250000 donation for the project. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan and Khalid Ghurki appreciated the Hope Societys efforts for the rehabilitation of disabled.

Scottrade
December 22, 2008
Link:
http://research.scottrade.com/public/markets/news/news.asp?docKey=100-353c7698-1&section=headlines

Rotary Club gives artificial limbs to deserving people

LAHORE: Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison participated in the artificial limbs presentation ceremony, which was organised under "Limbs for All" campaign of Hope Rehabilitation Center.
Dr Khalid Niazi gave a presentation about the project and informed the audience that limbs provided by Hope are modular and more durable as compared to conventional ones. He informed that the limbs are provided free of cost to deserving cases which are sponsored by philanthropists and service organisations like Rotary Clubs and Lions Clubs.
Later the participants met with the recipients who had received limbs under this campaign. They were presented flower bouquets. Later Justice Amer Raza and Khalid Khurki addressed the recipients and encouraged them to actively participate in their daily routine. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison sponsored artificial limbs for six persons.

The Financial Daily
December 22, 2008

Link:
http://www.thefinancialdaily.com/RSS/RSSNews.aspx?newsid=65093

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison provides artificial limbs to deserving persons

Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison participated in the Artificial Limbs presentation ceremony, which was organized under "Limbs for All" campaign of Hope Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Khalid Niazi made a presentation about the project and informed the audience that limbs provided by Hope are modular and more durable as compared to conventional ones. He informed that the limbs are provided free of cost to deserving cases which are sponsored by philanthropists and service organizations like Rotary Clubs and Lions Clubs. Later, the participants met with the recipients who have received limbs under this campaign. They were presented flower bouquets. Later Justice Amer Raza and Khalid Khurki addressed the recipients and encouraged them to actively participate in their daily routine. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison sponsored artificial limbs of six persons. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club president Aslam Chaudhry and SEI Parvez participated on behalf of the Rotary Club. Later, they had a meeting with Dr. Niazi and agreed to provide funds for artificial limbs for twenty two persons. The funds would be provided from Matching Grant no. 58347 for artificial limbs from The Rotary Foundation, where Rotary Club of Chicago Far North is the Primary International partner. Other partner Rotary Clubs include Evanston Lighthouse, Chicago Financial District, Chicago Midwest, Naperville, and Rotary International Districts 6440 and 6450, USA.

South Asian Pulse
December 19, 2008

Link:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=823_0_1_0_C

HRS provides artificial limbs to 20 disabled

18 Dec 2008 LAHORE (PPI) Hope Rehabilitation Society has distributed artificial limbs among 20 needy amputees under the Project "Limbs for All" here at Hope Rehabilitation Center Johar Town. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan, Nazim Wagha Town Khalid Ghurki and Rotary Club's District Governor North Shehzad Ahmed distributed the limbs in a function. Lahore Garrison Rotary Club president Asalm Choudhry, executive members of Hope Society Humayun Khan, SEI Pervez, Dr Sohail Khan, Engr Salim Rafi and other guests were also present at the occasion. Hope Society president Dr Khalid Niazi during his address said that "Limbs for All" project was inaugurated in the holy month of Ramadan and some 50 amputees have been registered under this project. He said that on providing the artificial limbs to 20 disabled persons Hope Society has spent Rs 5 lacs and this project would continue on permanent basis with the cooperation of philanthropists. Rotary Club district Governor Shehzad Ahmed announced Rs 250000 donation for the project. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan and Khalid Ghurki appreciated the Hope Society's efforts for the rehabilitation of disabled.

OPPAK News
December 18, 2008

Link:
http://www.oppak.com/news.htm

Artificial limbs for the needy

By Our Correspondent
LAHORE

HOPE Rehabilitation Society has distributed artificial limbs among needy amputees under the project ‘Limbs for All’ here on Wednesday at Hope Rehabilitation Center. According to a press statement Justice (R) Amer Raza Khan,Nazim Wagha Town Khalid Ghurki and Rotary Club’s District Governor North Shehzad Ahmed distributed the limbs.Hope Society President Dr Khalid Niazi during his address said ‘Limbs for All’ project was inaugurated in the holy month of Ramadan and some 50 amputees have been registered under this project. He said on providing the artificial limbs to 20 disabled persons Society has spent Rs 500,000 and this project would continue on permanent basis with the cooperation of philanthropists. Rotary Club announced Rs 2,50,000 donation for the project.

The News
December 18, 2008

Link:
http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=152509

HRS provides artificial limbs to 20 disabled

LAHORE (PPI) Hope Rehabilitation Society has distributed artificial limbs among 20 needy amputees under the Project "Limbs for All" here at Hope Rehabilitation Center Johar Town. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan, Nazim Wagha Town Khalid Ghurki and Rotary Club's District Governor North Shehzad Ahmed distributed the limbs in a function. Lahore Garrison Rotary Club president Asalm Choudhry, executive members of Hope Society Humayun Khan, SEI Pervez, Dr Sohail Khan, Engr Salim Rafi and other guests were also present at the occasion. Hope Society president Dr Khalid Niazi during his address said that "Limbs for All" project was inaugurated in the holy month of Ramadan and some 50 amputees have been registered under this project. He said that on providing the artificial limbs to 20 disabled persons Hope Society has spent Rs 5 lacs and this project would continue on permanent basis with the cooperation of philanthropists. Rotary Club district Governor Shehzad Ahmed announced Rs 250000 donation for the project. Justice (Retd) Amer Raza Khan and Khalid Ghurki appreciated the Hope Society's efforts for the rehabilitation of disabled.

The Frontier Post
December 18, 2008

Link:
http://www.thefrontierpost.com/News.aspx?ncat=ts&nid=3528&ad=18-12-2008

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison provides artificial limbs to deserving persons

LAHORE ( PR) Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison participated in the Artificial Limbs presentation ceremony, which was organized under "Limbs for All" campaign of Hope Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Khalid Niazi made a presentation about the project and informed the audience that limbs provided by Hope are modular and more durable as compared to conventional ones. He informed that the limbs are provided free of cost to deserving cases which are sponsored by philanthropists and service organizations like Rotary Clubs and Lions Clubs. Later, the participants met with the recipients who have received limbs under this campaign. They were presented flower bouquets. Later Justice Amer Raza and Khalid Khurki addressed the recipients and encouraged them to actively participate in their daily routine. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison sponsored artificial limbs of six persons. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club president Aslam Chaudhry and SEI Parvez participated on behalf of the Rotary Club. Later, they had a meeting with Dr. Niazi and agreed to provide funds for artificial limbs for twenty two persons. The funds would be provided from Matching Grant no. 58347 for artificial limbs from The Rotary Foundation, where Rotary Club of Chicago Far North is the Primary International partner. Other partner Rotary Clubs include Evanston Lighthouse, Chicago Financial District, Chicago Midwest, Naperville, and Rotary International Districts 6440 and 6450, USA.

Nida-i-Waqt
December 16, 2008

Link:
http://nidaiwaqt.com/index.php?mod=article&cat=HotEnglishNews&article=1147

Sunday, February 08, 2009


Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison provides artificial limbs to deserving persons

Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison participated in the Artificial Limbs presentation ceremony, which was organized under "Limbs for All" campaign of Hope Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Khalid Niazi made a presentation about the project and informed the audience that limbs provided by Hope are modular and more durable as compared to conventional ones. He informed that the limbs are provided free of cost to deserving cases which are sponsored by philanthropists and service organizations like Rotary Clubs and Lions Clubs. Later, the participants met with the recipients who have received limbs under this campaign. They were presented flower bouquets. Later Justice Amer Raza and Khalid Khurki addressed the recipients and encouraged them to actively participate in their daily routine. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison sponsored artificial limbs of six persons. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club president Aslam Chaudhry and SEI Parvez participated on behalf of the Rotary Club. Later, they had a meeting with Dr. Niazi and agreed to provide funds for artificial limbs for twenty two persons. The funds would be provided from Matching Grant no. 58347 for artificial limbs from The Rotary Foundation, where Rotary Club of Chicago Far North is the Primary International partner. Other partner Rotary Clubs include Evanston Lighthouse, Chicago Financial District, Chicago Midwest, Naperville, and Rotary International Districts 6440 and 6450, USA.

Apna Time
December 16, 2008
Link: http://www.apnawaqt.com/content/news/News_Item.asp?content_ID=2914



PARADISE organizes workshop on adolescence

PARADISE organized a workshop for the mothers and young girls regarding problems related to adolescence and puberty. A large number of ladies attended this session. This session was organized to create awareness among mothers and daughters about normal physiological changes which take place in girls at this age. In the lecture Dr. Maimoona Ali and Dr. Yasmin discussed with the audience about the problems faced by the girls at this age and their solutions. General hygiene and diet care during this period was also discussed. At the end, a question answer session was held in which all the participants participated enthusiastically. They appreciated contents of the workshop and informed that even in this modern age mothers still feel hesitant to discuss the changes at pubertal age with their daughters, as result the girls sometime have to face an embarrassed situation. The workshop was sponsored by The Rotary Foundation Matching Grant no. 51814. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is the local partner while Rotary Club of Gladbeck-Kirchhellen, Germany and Rotary Club of Espanola USA are the International Partners.

South Asian Pulse
December 12, 2008

Link:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=815_0_1_0_C

Rotarians visit SKMCH

Rotarians from Lahore visited Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMCH) on Wednesday.
According to a press release here on Wednesday, Naila Khan, Manager Marketing, conducted a tour of the hospital where she informed Rotary Club members about the history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality. The Rotarians were happy to see the state of the art equipment at the hospital. They were glad to know that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying the expenses himself or someone else has sponsored his treatment expenses. The visit was followed by a seminar, where District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the audience about different funding opportunities available for humanitarian projects. He announced that he would formally adopt the hospital during his tenure and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He also thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and seminar.
Dr Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of the hospital, gave an overview of the facilities and informed that treatment of more than 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by philanthropists. He informed that 40 hospitals of this magnitude are required to treat all cancer patients in the country while there is only one complete Cancer Hospital (SKMCH&RC) is available here for them. He offered his full support to Rotarians for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions.
The visit was organized by Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison. Aslam Chaudhry, Mubarik Ali, Masrur Lodhi, Kashif Khan, Raza Jaffri, Shahid Bukhari and other notable Rotarians They all expressed their desire to work with the hospital management for bringing further improvements in the system.

The News
December 04, 2008

Link:
http://www.thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=150524

Rotarians visit SKMCH

Lahore --Rotarians from Lahore visited Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital (SKMCH) on Wednesday.
According to a press release here on Wednesday, Naila Khan, Manager Marketing, conducted a tour of the hospital where she informed Rotary Club members about the history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality. The Rotarians were happy to see the state of the art equipment at the hospital. They were glad to know that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying the expenses himself or someone else has sponsored his treatment expenses. The visit was followed by a seminar, where District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the audience about different funding opportunities available for humanitarian projects. He announced that he would formally adopt the hospital during his tenure and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He also thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and seminar.
Dr Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of the hospital, gave an overview of the facilities and informed that treatment of more than 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by philanthropists. He informed that 40 hospitals of this magnitude are required to treat all cancer patients in the country while there is only one complete Cancer Hospital (SKMCH&RC) is available here for them. He offered his full support to Rotarians for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions.
The visit was organized by Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison. Aslam Chaudhry, Mubarik Ali, Masrur Lodhi, Kashif Khan, Raza Jaffri, Shahid Bukhari and other notable Rotarians They all expressed their desire to work with the hospital management for bringing further improvements in the system.

Din News
December 04, 2008

Link:
http://www.dinnews.tv/dinnews/national/rotarians_visit_skmch-18138.aspx

Friday, February 06, 2009




PARADISE organizes workshop for midwives

PARADISE
and Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison arranged a training session for the midwives. Dr. Maimoona Ali delivered a lecture on safe delivery methods. The presentation covered the topics related to safe delivery methods at home, methods of preventing complications and infections during and after delivery. Importance of tetanus vaccination during pregnancy was emphasized to prevent the deadly condition both in newborns and mothers who are more prone to this infection after delivering the babies at home. Use of sterilized cord clamp was emphasized instead of using thread for tying the cord after delivery. It was also stressed upon the midwives to wash their hands thoroughly before handling the patient and the newborn. The use of clean sheet, towel and necessary equipment was also stressed. The participants showed keen interest in the presentation. A question answer session was held after the lecture in which queries of the participating midwives were solved. At the end, safe delivery kits were distributed among the participants. The kits included a clean sterilized mat, soap, a sterilized razor for cutting the cord and a sterilized cord clamp. The workshop was sponsored through The Rotary Foundation Matching Grant no. 51814. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is the local partner while Rotary Club of Gladbeck-Kirchhellen, Rotary International District 1870, is the International Partner. Some officials from health department also participated in this workshop.

Apna Time
December 04, 2008

Link:
http://www.apnawaqt.com/content/news/News_Item.asp?content_ID=2880



Rotarians offer support for Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital

Lahore (NVS 30 Nov 2008) Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison invited Rotarians from Lahore to visit Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospital. The visit started with a guided tour by Naila Khan, Manager Marketing. She informed Rotarians about background history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality with active support from all over the country especially by the students. Rotary members were happy to see the state of the art facilities at the hospital. They were also informed that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying own expenses or someone else has sponsored the treatment expenses. Later, a seminar was held in which District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the participants about different funding opportunities available through The Rotary Foundation for humanitarian projects. He made an announcement that he would formally promote the hospital during his tenure in 2010-11 and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and the seminar. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Hospital, presented an overview of the hospital and informed that treatment of about 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by donations. He appreciated efforts of Rotary members and offered his full support for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The seminar ended with a question and answer session, where the participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions. Rotarians expressed their desire to work together with the hospital management for carrying out service projects in the hospital. President Aslam Chaudhry, Raheela Malik, Dr. Rizwan Vohra, SEI Parvez and other notable Rotarians participated in the visit and seminar.

Vet News
November 30, 2008

Link:
http://agrilive.com.pk/news/2008/nov08/80.htm

Rotarians offer support for Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison invited Rotarians from Lahore to visit Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospital. The visit started with a guided tour by Naila Khan, Manager Marketing. She informed Rotarians about background history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality with active support from all over the country especially by the students. Rotary members were happy to see the state of the art facilities at the hospital. They were also informed that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying own expenses or someone else has sponsored the treatment expenses. Later, a seminar was held in which District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the participants about different funding opportunities available through The Rotary Foundation for humanitarian projects. He made an announcement that he would formally promote the hospital during his tenure in 2010-11 and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and the seminar. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Hospital, presented an overview of the hospital and informed that treatment of about 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by donations. He appreciated efforts of Rotary members and offered his full support for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The seminar ended with a question and answer session, where the participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions. Rotarians expressed their desire to work together with the hospital management for carrying out service projects in the hospital. President Aslam Chaudhry, Raheela Malik, Dr. Rizwan Vohra, SEI Parvez and other notable Rotarians participated in the visit and seminar.

South Asian Pulse
November 30, 2008

Link:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=802_0_1_0_C



Rotary service projects

Rotarians Peter Orpen and Bashir Ahmed of Rotary Club of Brighton & Hove Soiree, UK spent a busy day in Lahore visiting various Rotary projects. In the morning, they went to Government Primary School Lucklines to see the development work done by Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison, which provided furniture, toilet facilities, playground equipment to the school and clothing, sweaters and shoes to the students. Later they visited LRBT Hospital which provides free eye treatment to everyone who goes there for treatment. Dr. Aqil Qazi and Dr. Khurram Mirza briefed them about the facilities of the hospital. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has provided funds for the IOL surgeries for the poor patients. Rotary Club will also provide an ophthalmic operating microscope worth four million rupees. In the afternoon, the visiting Rotarians went to Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital where Naila Khan, Manager Marketing & Fundraising, informed them about the history of the hospital and its working. More than 70% of the cancer patients are provided free or subsidized treatment. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed that Rotary Clubs would be invited to plan and carry out Matching Grants to provide medical equipment to the hospital. Rotarian Masrur Lodhi also accompanied the visiting Rotarians in the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital.

ROTI
November 30, 2008

Link:
http://www.roti.org/news/r0911.htm



Rotarians offer support for Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital

Lahore: Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison invited Rotarians from Lahore to visit Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospital. The visit started with a guided tour by Naila Khan, Manager Marketing. She informed Rotarians about background history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality with active support from all over the country especially by the students. Rotary members were happy to see the state of the art facilities at the hospital. They were also informed that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying own expenses or someone else has sponsored the treatment expenses. Later, a seminar was held in which District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the participants about different funding opportunities available through The Rotary Foundation for humanitarian projects. He made an announcement that he would formally promote the hospital during his tenure in 2010-11 and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and the seminar. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Hospital, presented an overview of the hospital and informed that treatment of about 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by donations. He appreciated efforts of Rotary members and offered his full support for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The seminar ended with a question and answer session, where the participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions. Rotarians expressed their desire to work together with the hospital management for carrying out service projects in the hospital. President Aslam Chaudhry, Raheela Malik, Dr. Rizwan Vohra, SEI Parvez and other notable Rotarians participated in the visit and seminar.

Pakistan Press Cafe
November 30, 2008

Link:
http://www.pakistanpresscafe.com/rotarians-offer-support-for-shaukat-khanum-cancer-hospital-t-2.html

Rotarians offer support for Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison invited Rotarians from Lahore to visit Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospital. The visit started with a guided tour by Naila Khan, Manager Marketing. She informed Rotarians about background history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality with active support from all over the country especially by the students.

Rotary members were happy to see the state of the art facilities at the hospital. They were also informed that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying own expenses or someone else has sponsored the treatment expenses. Later, a seminar was held in which District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the participants about different funding opportunities available through The Rotary Foundation humanitarian projects. He made an announcement that he would formally promote the hospital during his tenure in 2010-11 and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and the seminar. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Hospital, presented an overview of the hospital and informed that treatment of about 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by donations. He appreciated efforts of Rotary members and offered his full support for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The seminar ended with a question and answer session, where the participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions. Rotarians expressed their desire to work together with the hospital management for carrying out service projects in the hospital. President Aslam Chaudhry, Raheela Malik, Dr. Rizwan Vohra, SEI Parvez and other notable Rotarians participated in the visit and seminar.

Pak Time
November 29, 2008



Rotarians offer support for Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital

Pakistan Times! November 29, 2008
Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison invited Rotarians from Lahore to visit Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospital. The visit started with a guided tour by Naila Khan, Manager Marketing. She informed Rotarians about background history of the hospital and how the dream of a free cancer hospital for the poor patients became a reality with active support from all over the country especially by the students.

Rotary members were happy to see the state of the art facilities at the hospital. They were also informed that once a patient enters the hospital system, no one knows whether the patient is paying own expenses or someone else has sponsored the treatment expenses. Later, a seminar was held in which District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed the participants about different funding opportunities available through The Rotary Foundation for humanitarian projects. He made an announcement that he would formally promote the hospital during his tenure in 2010-11 and invited Rotarians to carry out service projects in the hospital. He thanked the hospital management for arranging the visit and the seminar. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Chief Executive Officer of Shaukat Khanum Hospital, presented an overview of the hospital and informed that treatment of about 70% patients is fully or partially sponsored by donations.

He appreciated efforts of Rotary members and offered his full support for carrying out joint humanitarian projects in the hospital. The seminar ended with a question and answer session, where the participants showed their keen interest by asking pertinent questions. Rotarians expressed their desire to work together with the hospital management for carrying out service projects in the hospital. President Aslam Chaudhry, Raheela Malik, Dr. Rizwan Vohra, SEI Parvez and other notable Rotarians participated in the visit and seminar.

Hot Feeder
November 29, 2008



Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

Rotarians from several clubs of Lahore visited Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. The visit was organised by DGN Shahzad Ahmed with the purpose of exploring ways that Rotary can help Shaukat Khanum Hospital. The visitors were accorded a warm welcome and a comprehensive tour of the hospital.

The tour was followed a presentation cum Q&A session by Dr. Faisal Sultan, CEO of the Shaukat Khanum. He also discussed some of the future plans and highlighted some projects where Rotarians can possibly help raise the funds.

Speaking at the occassion, DGN Shehzad Ahmad said that he hopes to present SKMCH&RC as the main focus and most important matching grant project when he becomes the District Governor in 2010- 2011. But he does not intend to hold this good work till then and therefore wants to initiate the work and efforts from now. Also, he wants to include other clubs of the district in these efforts who are often asking a common question: What project should we do?

Included in the visitors were many young people who keenly expressed their desire to volunteer as well as help the hospital with its fund raising.

Rotary Club of Lahore Liberty
November 21, 2008

Link:
http://www.rclahoreliberty.com/2008/11/shaukat-khanum-memorial-cancer-hospital-and-research-centre/



Rotarians visit Kujer and surrounding villages to see service projects

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison members visited Kujer and other adopted villages in Sheikhupura to see the progress of computer centers, vocational centers, community libraries and schools. The development work has been carried out with funding from The Rotary Foundation Matching Grants. Bashir Ahmed and Peter Orpen of Rotary Club of Brighton & Hove Soiree, UK accompanied Rotarians from Lahore led by District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed and Club Secretary Shaheen Ahmad. The team attended meeting of Rotary Club of Sheikhupura Aarzoo where President Waseem Bari and Secretary Iqbal Malik welcomed the visiting Rotarians from UK. Afterwards, the team visited Kujer village to see the two government schools, computer center and the community library. The school children were briefed about the benefits of polio immunization and polio awareness stickers were distributed among them.

Visiting Rotarians were the most impressed by the buffalo bank project where buffalos have been distributed among deserving families who use milk for their own consumption as well as sell it for income generation. Proceeds from the sale of offsprings are shared equally by the keeper family and the community organization. Later the team visited school for the street children and the vocational center sponsored by Rotary Club of Sucha Souda. The team also visited a hospital sponsored by Rotary Club of Farooqabad where free treatment is provided to the deserving persons.

South Asian Pulse
November 14, 2008

Link:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=773_0_1_0_C

Thursday, February 05, 2009




Rotarians visit Kujer and surrounding villages to see service projects

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison members visited Kujer and other adopted villages in Sheikhupura to see the progress of computer centers, vocational centers, community libraries and schools. The development work has been carried out with funding from The Rotary Foundation Matching Grants. Bashir Ahmed and Peter Orpen of Rotary Club of Brighton & Hove Soiree, UK ccompanied Rotarians from Lahore led by District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed and Club Secretary Shaheen Ahmad.

The team attended meeting of Rotary Club of Sheikhupura Aarzoo where President Waseem Bari and Secretary Iqbal Malik welcomed the visiting Rotarians from UK. Afterwards, the team visited Kujer village to see the two government schools, computer center and the community library.

The school children were briefed about the benefits of polio immunization and polio awareness stickers were distributed among them. Visiting Rotarians were the most impressed by the buffalo bank project where buffalos have been distributed among deserving families who use milk for their own consumption as well as sell it for income generation. Proceeds from the sale of offsprings are shared equally by the keeper family and the community organization. Later the team visited school for the street children and the vocational center sponsored by Rotary Club of Sucha Souda. The team also visited a hospital sponsored by Rotary Club of Farooqabad where free treatment is provided to the deserving persons.

Apna time
November 11, 2008

Link:
http://www.apnawaqt.com/content/news/News_Item.asp?content_ID=2717

Wednesday, February 04, 2009




UK Rotarians visit rotary service projects

Rotarians Peter Orpen and Bashir Ahmed of Rotary Club of Brighton & Hove Soiree, UK spent a busy day in Lahore visiting various Rotary projects. In the morning, they went to Government Primary School Lucklines to see the development work done by Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison, which provided furniture, toilet facilities, playground equipment to the school and clothing, sweaters and shoes to the students. Later they visited LRBT Hospital which provides free eye treatment to everyone who goes there for treatment. Dr. Aqil Qazi and Dr. Khurram Mirza briefed them about the facilities of the hospital. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has provided funds for the IOL surgeries for the poor patients. Rotary Club will also provide an ophthalmic operating microscope worth four million rupees. In the afternoon, the visiting Rotarians went to Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital where Naila Khan, Manager Marketing & Fundraising, informed them about the history of the hospital and its working. More than 70% of the cancer patients are provided free or subsidized treatment. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed that Rotary Clubs would be invited to plan and carry out Matching Grants to provide medical equipment to the hospital. Rotarian Masrur Lodhi also accompanied the visiting Rotarians in the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital.

South Asian Pulse
November 08, 2008

Link:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=769_0_1_0_C










UK Rotarians visit rotary service projects

Rotarians Peter Orpen and Bashir Ahmed of Rotary Club of Brighton & Hove Soiree, UK spent a busy day in Lahore visiting various Rotary projects. In the morning, they went to Government Primary School Lucklines to see the development work done by Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison, which provided furniture, toilet facilities, playground equipment to the school and clothing, sweaters and shoes to the students. Later they visited LRBT Hospital which provides free eye treatment to everyone who goes there for treatment.

Dr. Aqil Qazi and Dr. Khurram Mirza briefed them about the facilities of the hospital. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has provided funds for the IOL surgeries for the poor patients. Rotary Club will also provide an ophthalmic operating microscope worth four million rupees. In the afternoon, the visiting Rotarians went to Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital where Naila Khan, Manager Marketing & Fundraising, informed them about the history of the hospital and its working. More than 70% of the cancer patients are provided free or subsidized treatment. District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed informed that Rotary Clubs would be invited to plan and carry out Matching Grants to provide medical equipment to the hospital. Rotarian Masrur Lodhi also accompanied the visiting Rotarians in the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital.

Apna Time
November 08, 2008

Link:
http://www.apnawaqt.com/content/news/News_Item.asp?content_ID=2710

Rotary Club donates wheelchairs to PSRD

Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD) Old Students Association organised an annual Eid gift function to present gifts to the children at PSRD School that primarily caters to the needs of disabled children and has more than 200 students.

Mr Sherazee graced the occasion as the chief guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was invited as the guest of honour.

The ceremony started with the recitation of the Holy Quran after which one of the alumni presented the annual report of the Old Students Association.

It was informed that many old students from the school are performing responsibilities in their respective organisations with dedication and commitment.

Later, gifts were distributed among students of the school by DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the PSRD Executive Committee.

In his speech, DGN Shehzad appreciated the efforts of the Old Students Association and PSRD School management in organising such a wonderful function. He thanked the corporate organisations, such as Mobilink and Metro, for sponsoring wheelchairs and gifts for the students.

He also motivated the students to study diligently, so they could become productive members of society and be one of the donors for their school in future.

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison also donated four wheelchairs to the deserving students of PSRD School.

After the function, Mrs Parveen Umer, General Secretary PSRD, informed that PSRD has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through the Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and the progress report would be submitted on a regular basis.

OPPAK
October 13, 2008

Rotarians offer support for rehabilitation of the disabled

Lahore: Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison and Rotaract Club visited Hope Rehabilitation Center where Dr. Khalid Niazi informed them in a multimedia presentation about the role of HOPE in rehabilitation of the Disabled.

He informed that mostly local organizations are providing conventional limbs which are cheaper but are not flexible, while HOPE is providing modular limbs which are slightly more expensive but are durable and long lasting. The modular limbs take less preparation and fitting time and thus more patients can be accommodated in less time. Past District Governors A.Q. Alavi and Suhail Ahmed, District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club President Aslam Chaudhry, Charter President G.R. Siddiqui, Syed Rashid Rizvi, Haroon Naimat, SEI Parvez, Rotaract President Amina Chughtai and Syed Hussnain Kazmi were present in the meeting besides other members. Rotarians appreciated role of HOPE and offered to carry out joint humanitarian projects for the rehabilitation of disabled. The meeting was arranged as a part of a Matching Grant for providing artificial limbs to the poor funded by The Rotary Foundation. Through other grants,
Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is providing sewing machines to set up vocational centers for teaching sewing skills to women and girls. The Club is also providing health awareness services in Lahore. The Club will assist in providing an Ophthalmic Operating Microscope worth US$ 60,000 to LRBT Hospital, Lahore. The Club will also distribute buffalos and goats among the deserving villagers in Sheikhupura and Faisalabad districts in Punjab, and Tharparkar district in Sindh.

PR PALACE
October 10, 2008

Rotarians offer support for rehabilitation of the disabled

Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison and Rotaract Club visited Hope Rehabilitation Center where Dr. Khalid Niazi informed them in a multimedia presentation about the role of HOPE in rehabilitation of the Disabled. He informed that mostly local organizations are providing conventional limbs which are cheaper but are not flexible, while HOPE is providing modular limbs which are slightly more expensive but are durable and long lasting. The modular limbs take less preparation and fitting time and thus more patients can be accommodated in less time. Past District Governors A.Q. Alavi and Suhail Ahmed, District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club President Aslam Chaudhry, Charter President G.R. Siddiqui, Syed Rashid Rizvi, Haroon Naimat, SEI Parvez, Rotaract President Amina Chughtai and Syed Hussnain Kazmi were present in the meeting besides other members. Rotarians appreciated role of HOPE and offered to carry out joint humanitarian projects for the rehabilitation of disabled. The meeting was arranged as a part of a Matching Grant for providing artificial limbs to the poor funded by The Rotary Foundation. Through other grants, Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is providing sewing machines to set up vocational centers for teaching sewing skills to women and girls. The Club is also providing health awareness services in Lahore. The Club will assist in providing an Ophthalmic Operating Microscope worth US$ 60,000 to LRBT Hospital, Lahore. The Club will also distribute buffalos and goats among the deserving villagers in Sheikhupura and Faisalabad districts in Punjab, and Tharparkar district in Sindh.

South Asian Pulse
October 09, 2008

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http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=695_0_1_0_M


Rotary Club donates wheelchairs to PSRD school

Staff Reporter
LAHORE: The Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has donated wheelchairs to deserving students of a school being run by the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD).

The chairs were distributed at a function held here on Sunday.

Rotarian Sherazee was chief guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was guest of honor.

Gifts were distributed among the students of the school by Shehzad Ahmed and members of the Executive Committee of the PSRD.

Speaking on the occasion, Shehzad thanked the corporate organizations such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring distribution of wheelchairs and gifts for the students.

He also motivated students to study diligently so that they could become productive members of the society and be one of the donors for their school in the future.

Parveen Umer, the general secretary of PSRD informed that the society has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through the Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and progress report would be submitted on a regular basis.

One of the alumni presented annual report of the Old Students Association.

The Post
October 06, 2008
Link: http://www.thepost.com.pk/CityNewsT.aspx?dtlid=186208&catid=3

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


Wheelchairs distributed among disabled childrens

Islamabad— Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD) Old Students Association organized an Annual Eid Gift Function to present gifts to the school children at the PSRD School. PSRD School primarily caters to the needs of disabled students and has more than 200 students.

Mr. Sherazee graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was invited as the Guest of Honor. The ceremony started with recitation from the Holy Quran.

One of the alumni presented Annual Report of the Old Students Association. It was informed that many old students from the school are performing their responsibilities in their respective organizations with full dedication and commitment.

Later, gifts were distributed among the students of the school through DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the Executive Committee of PSRD.

In his speech, DGN Shehzad appreciated efforts of the Old Students Association and PSRD School management in organizing such a wonderful function.

He thanked the corporate organizations, such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheel chairs and gifts for the students. He also motivated students to study diligently so that they can become productive members of the society and be one of the donors for their school in the future.

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison also donated four wheel chairs to deserving students of the PSRD School.

After the function, Mrs. Parveen Umer, General Secretary PSRD, informed that PSRD has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through The Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and progress report would be submitted on a regular basis.--NNI

Pakistan Observer
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://pakobserver.net/200810/06/news/islamabad05.asp

Wheelchairs donated to PSRD School

LAHORE

THE Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has donated wheelchairs to the deserving students of the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD). The wheelchairs were distributed at a function held here on Sunday. Sherazee was the chief guest on the occasion while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was the guest of honour. Gifts were distributed among the students of the school by DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the executive committee of the PSRD. DGN Shehzad appreciated Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheelchairs. He also motivated students to study diligently to become productive members of society.

The News
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=139504



Rotary Club donates wheelchairs to PSRD School

ISLAMABAD
Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD) Old Students Association organised an annual Eid gift function to present gifts to the children at PSRD School that primarily caters to the needs of disabled children and has more than 200 students.

Mr Sherazee graced the occasion as the chief guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was invited as the guest of honour.

The ceremony started with the recitation of the Holy Quran after which one of the alumni presented the annual report of the Old Students Association.

It was informed that many old students from the school are performing responsibilities in their respective organisations with dedication and commitment.

Later, gifts were distributed among students of the school by DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the PSRD Executive Committee.

In his speech, DGN Shehzad appreciated the efforts of the Old Students Association and PSRD School management in organising such a wonderful function. He thanked the corporate organisations, such as Mobilink and Metro, for sponsoring wheelchairs and gifts for the students.

He also motivated the students to study diligently, so they could become productive members of society and be one of the donors for their school in future.

Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison also donated four wheelchairs to the deserving students of PSRD School. After the function, Mrs Parveen Umer, General Secretary PSRD, informed that PSRD has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through the Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and the progress report would be submitted on a regular basis.

The News
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=139525



Rotary Club donates wheelchairs

ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD) Old Students Association organized an Annual Eid Gift Function to present gifts to the school children at the PSRD School. PSRD School primarily caters to the needs of disabled students and has more than 200 students. Mr. Sherazee graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was invited as the Guest of Honor. The ceremony started with recitation from the Holy Quran. One of the alumni presented Annual Report of the Old Students Association. It was informed that many old students from the school are performing their responsibilities in their respective organizations with full dedication and commitment. Later, gifts were distributed among the students of the school through DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the Executive Committee of PSRD. In his speech, DGN Shehzad appreciated efforts of the Old Students Association and PSRD School management in organizing such a wonderful function. He thanked the corporate organizations, such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheel chairs and gifts for the students. He also motivated students to study diligently so that they can become productive members of the society and be one of the donors for their school in the future. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison also donated four wheel chairs to deserving students of the PSRD School.

The Frontier Post
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://www.thefrontierpost.com/News.aspx?ncat=hn&nid=2278&ad=06-10-2008

Rotary Club donates wheelchairs

LAHORE: Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has donated wheel chairs to deserving students of the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD). The chairs were distributed at a function held here on Sunday. PSRD School caters the needs of disabled students and has more than 200 students.

Rotarian Sherazi was chief guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was guest of honor.

Gifts were distributed among the students of the school by DGN Shehzad Ahmed.DGN Shehzad appreciated the corporations and organizations, such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheel chairs and gifts for the students.-APP

The Financial Daily
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://www.thefinancialdaily.com/NewsSearchResult/NewsSearchDetail.aspx?NewsId=55010

Rotary Club donates wheelchairs to PSRD school

LAHORE (October 06, 2008): Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison has donated wheel chairs to deserving students of the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD). The chairs were distributed at a function held here on Sunday.

PSRD School caters to the needs of disabled students and has more than 200 students. Rotarian Sherazee was chief guest while District Governor Nominee (DGN) Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was guest of honour. Gifts were distributed among the students of the school by DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the executive committee of PSRD.

DGN Shehzad appreciated the corporate organisations, such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheel chairs and gifts for the students.

He also motivated students to study diligently so that they could become productive members of the society and be one of the donors for their school in the future. Parveen Umer, General Secretary PSRD, informed that PSRD has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through the Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and progress report would be submitted on a regular basis. One of the alumni presented Annual Report of the Old Students Association.

Business Recorder
October 06, 2008

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http://www.brecorder.com/index.php?id=817156&currPageNo=4&query=&search=&term=&supDate=

Rotary Club donates wheelchairs to PSRD school

Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled Old Students Association organized an Annual Eid Gift Function to present gifts to the school children at the PSRD School.

School primarily caters to the needs of disabled students and has more than 20 students. Mr. Sherazee graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while District Governor Nominee Rotarian Shehzad Ahmed was invited as the Guest of Honor. The ceremony started with recitation from the Holy Quran. One of the alumni presented Annual Report of the Old Students Association. It was informed that many old students from the school are performing their responsibilities in their respective organizations with full dedication and commitment. Later, gifts were distributed among the students of the school through DGN Shehzad Ahmed and members of the Executive Committee of PSRD. In his speech, DGN Shehzad appreciated efforts of the Old Students Association and PSRD School management in organizing such a wonderful function. He thanked the corporate organizations, such as Mobilink and Metro for sponsoring wheel chairs and gifts for the students. He also motivated students to study diligently so that they can become productive members of the society and be one of the donors for their school in the future. Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison also donated four wheel chairs to deserving students of the PSRD School. After the function, Mrs. Parveen Umer, General Secretary PSRD, informed that PSRD has started providing free artificial limbs to the poor through The Rotary Foundation Matching Grant and progress report would be submitted on a regular basis.

Apnatime
October 06, 2008

Link:
http://www.apnawaqt.com/content/news/News_Item.asp?content_ID=2425

Rotarians offer support for rehabilitation of the disabled

Lahore: Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison and Rotaract Club visited Hope Rehabilitation Center where Dr. Khalid Niazi informed them in a multimedia presentation about the role of HOPE in rehabilitation of the Disabled.

He informed that mostly local organizations are providing conventional limbs which are cheaper but are not flexible, while HOPE is providing modular limbs which are slightly more expensive but are durable and long lasting. The modular limbs take less preparation and fitting time and thus more patients can be accommodated in less time. Past District Governors A.Q. Alavi and Suhail Ahmed, District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club President Aslam Chaudhry, Charter President G.R. Siddiqui, Syed Rashid Rizvi, Haroon Naimat, SEI Parvez, Rotaract President Amina Chughtai and Syed Hussnain Kazmi were present in the meeting besides other members. Rotarians appreciated role of HOPE and offered to carry out joint humanitarian projects for the rehabilitation of disabled. The meeting was arranged as a part of a Matching Grant for providing artificial limbs to the poor funded by The Rotary Foundation. Through other grants, Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is providing sewing machines to set up vocational centers for teaching sewing skills to women and girls. The Club is also providing health awareness services in Lahore. The Club will assist in providing an Ophthalmic Operating Microscope worth US$ 60,000 to LRBT Hospital, Lahore. The Club will also distribute buffalos and goats among the deserving villagers in Sheikhupura and Faisalabad districts in Punjab, and Tharparkar district in Sindh.

PR Palace
September 25, 2008

HOPE providing modular limbs

LAHORE: Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison and Rotaract Club visited Hope Rehabilitation Center where Dr. Khalid Niazi informed them in a multimedia presentation about the role of HOPE in rehabilitation of the Disabled. He informed that mostly local organizations are providing conventional limbs which are cheaper but are not flexible, while HOPE is providing modular limbs which are slightly more expensive but are durable and long lasting. The modular limbs take less preparation and fitting time and thus more patients can be accommodated in less time. Past District Governors A.Q. Alavi and Suhail Ahmed, District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club President Aslam Chaudhry, Charter President G.R. Siddiqui, Syed Rashid Rizvi, Haroon Naimat, SEI Parvez, Rotaract President Amina Chughtai and Syed Hussnain Kazmi were present in the meeting besides other members. Rotarians appreciated role of HOPE and offered to carry out joint humanitarian projects for the rehabilitation of disabled.

The Frontier Post
September 23, 2008



RC offer support rehabilitation of disabled

Jammu, Sept 22: Members of Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison and Rotaract Club visited today Hope Rehabilitation Center where Dr. Khalid Niazi informed them in a multimedia presentation about the role of HOPE in rehabilitation of the Disabled.

He informed that mostly local organizations are providing conventional limbs which are cheaper but are not flexible, while HOPE is providing modular limbs which are slightly more expensive but are durable and long lasting. The modular limbs take less preparation and fitting time and thus more patients can be accommodated in less time.

Past District Governors A.Q. Alavi and Suhail Ahmed, District Governor Nominee Shehzad Ahmed, Club President Aslam Chaudhry, Charter President G.R. Siddiqui, Syed Rashid Rizvi, Haroon Naimat, SEI Parvez, Rotaract President Amina Chughtai and Syed Hussnain Kazmi were present in the meeting besides other members.

Rotarians appreciated role of HOPE and offered to carry out joint humanitarian projects for the rehabilitation of disabled. The meeting was arranged as a part of a Matching Grant for providing artificial limbs to the poor funded by The Rotary Foundation. Through other grants, Rotary Club of Lahore Garrison is providing sewing machines to set up vocational centers for teaching sewing skills to women and girls. The Club is also providing health awareness services in Lahore. The Club will assist in providing an Ophthalmic Operating Microscope worth US$ 60,000 to LRBT Hospital, Lahore. The Club will also distribute buffalos and goats among the deserving villagers in Sheikhupura and Faisalabad districts in Punjab, and Tharparkar district in Sindh.

The Northlines
September 22, 2008

Link:
http://www.northlines.in/newsdet.aspx?q=14976