EmbHashmi, an award winning broadcast journalist, travelled to Pakistan as part of Muslim Charity’s “From UK with Love” initiative which encourages members of the public to visit countries that we work in such as Pakistan on structured visits to oversee the impact of UK donations to needy beneficiaries. During her journey in March 2016, Emb made a small film illustrating the importance of educating a girl in Pakistan.
This is the inspiring story of how one woman has changed the lives of an entire village in Pakistan by giving mothers and children a new start in life. MrsChoudry contacted Muslim Charity two years ago with the intention of donating land and funds to construct a hospital in the name of her late husband, Choudry Mohammed Aslam.
I’m quite new to cycling,” says the HSC’s Abdul Hassan. “It’s only been about a month. We were given bikes by Muslim Charity – they work all over the world. I helped the charity to raise money for the Rohingya in Myanmar and then the cycling thing came up – they asked if I’d like to be involved in a charity bike ride. I said ‘yes’ and the next thing they were at my house with a racing bike! At that point I thought ‘ok, there’s no turning back now.’
Muslim Charity’s Safe Water programme aims to provide clean and safe drinking water to vulnerable communities around the world. Recently, through the generous donations of our UK donors, we have installed a new Solar Water Well in the Pahnwar Village of District Sohbatpur, Balochistan, Pakistan.