The best gift a husband can give on EID is… loads of BAngles… 🙂 🙂 🙂
(or offcourse thousand rupees to buy them)
“To be happy with a man you must understand him a lot and love him a little. To be happy with a woman you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all.” 🙂
What if we have such hanging train over NALA LAYEEE of Rawalpindi ????
these are actually hanging trains in Germany..
how can they leave there kids back home while they are at jobs…
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It was a pleasant surprise. She was very humble and simple young doctor. Dr.Sarah. I was accompanying her to the field hubs. It was my first visit as well and I was really waiting to reach there. Sarah 🙂 ; waiting more than me. I will write about her sometime later. I just cant wait to share my experience of Mardan Camp we did.
It was a flood relief camp in Cham Rang Ghari Kapoora, Mardan. When we reached there Dr. Huma of PIMA was already doing the OPD. Dr. Qaim.ud.Din was catering the male patients. The house in which we were doing the camp was full of people. Women were trying to rush in and we had to keep a person standing at the door to keep the influx checked.
Anyway..the visit reminded me of the time when we went to work at the time of earthquake of AJK. Dr. Huma has been working in Mardan for about 2 months now. She has come from Karachi to work there. I must say she is doing a great job.MAshaALLah.
well, let me add some pictures I took.
- Collaboration of HElping Hand and PIMA
many queries are making me wonder” Akhir-kioon….”
in case you are wondering…PIMA is Pakistan Islamic Medical Association.
About 3 months back I received a call from Dr.Shaista. She was managing a medical relief camp at Barakahu for the IDPs. They needed doctors. It was a joined venture of PIMA, Al-khidmat Foundation and Helping Hand. I joined them in the camp.
It was a small 5x6ft room of Ghazali College, with three docs, and 2-3 dispensers. A small setup but it was really very neat and clean. It was for females mostly. Male doctors were catering the patients in the tent outside Ghazali College. They were giving free medications and referring the more serious cases to hospitals, which were offering free services for the displaced.
Two of the dispensers were themselves IDPs. The team hired them. They worked there and both of them are now back to Dir/Buner from where they came.
During the camp, what I noticed was that most of the patients had skin allergies and infections. It was very hot during those days and they are all used to pleasant and cold weather. It must have been really hard to survive in that weather with dresses made for colder days.
Anyway. I think I need some writing practice. I really have intermingled stuff in my mind…Need to clear it all up.
I have been into voulantary work for long.it is now that I am working with a well established foundation. It has become really tough to manage home and family, studies, research and then job but I am very happy to be a part of such a team which is only thinking to help the needy and bring about a change.
Today, while we were coming back from Mardan I had a very nice discussion with a guest visitor. Though the meeting was supposed to be `Òfficial` yet the discussion was all about life. A Phd doctor and a very active worker, Auntie Gul, won my heart.
I really am happy to meet her. Will upload the pictures inshAllah soon and then will write a story about all the places I have visited so far.
The IDP movement was not taken seriously by our people, as I take it. Yet the teams which are working are really working hard with very little resources. It is not just a statement. Plan to write a few off the record stories only. I might be able to change a life. Mine just got better. ALhamdulillah.