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Alishnara

PakistanKarachi, Pakistan

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February 11, 2011

Navroz Juma

About Me: 

Dearest Members.

My name is Navroz Juma, i'm a Kenyan citizen living in Pakistan last 3 years with three gorgeous women..My wife and two daughters.

My wife Tania and i, are affiliated with Alishnara Foundation in Pakistan. Alishnara Foundation will be involved in various Sectors, but with more emphasis on Helath, Education and Humanitarian Services as these are the most needed ever.

As of Feburary 2011, Alishnara Foundation signed a Memorandum Of Undertsanding with Upgrade Pakistan, a locally based Consultancy Agency that are responsible in allocating Projects and Activities to NGOs in Pakistan.

AF's first Activity, God willing!, will be held in March/April 2011 in Larkana Town, situated in the interior Sind Province of Pakistan. The Activity will be mainly to create Awareness to women and children in regards to General Health, Hygene, Immunisation, and Sanitation. God willing! with time, we wll be taking on Projects such as building of Hospitals, Dispensaries, Vocational Institutions, Training Centres and Schools, within our target by 2013/2014.

It is with saddness to bring to light, that this is one of the major issues affecting and still being faught towards victory, in remote areas of the globe. These are the major areas that needs our utmost attention and care. Where facilities are or aren't available, but "unreachable" being the genuine draw-back reason to many still living and suffering in silence.

It is my goal to penetrate the deepest to give what is commonly found in Urban or Rural Townships, where Ministires have provided sub-standard, run-down facilities and expect those in more interior parts to make it somehow to avail themselves these services.

As having the priviledge of being a child, we have come to understand the urgency and importance of a woman's health that she shares within her circle of family. A healthy mother..Is a healthy family. Unfortunately some of us don't have the luxury to share the same sentiments. There is no use of wealth, when you aren't well enough to enjoy it.

It is therefore our humble request to World Pulse and it's Members, to share with us their assistance, expertise and know-how to enable us to apply them on field as we look to prospering together in achieving what we share in common - An answer to a mother's cry.

My Passions: 
Travelling, Cooking, Socializing.
My Challenges: 
Looking for the other hand to clap
My Vision for the Future: 
To see my children and their friends live in a better, united world than me.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Sharing
My Languages: 
English, Urdu

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