1. Dr. Kashif
3. Dr. Hena
7. Dr. Najia
8. Dr. Nausheen
Visit to Moro and
1. Medicines were taken of a cost 1,25,000 Rupees.
2. 825 cooked food packets were provided of a cost 85,000 Rupees.
3. 1000 mineral water bottles, 800 milk packs, 800 juices of a cost about 50,000 Rupees.
Visit to Sukkur, Kashmore and Kandh Kot:
1. Water coolers with 10 days rashan were distributed to 200 families in Kashmore, Guddu and Badhani where as to 225 families in Sukkur and Khairpur with a cost of 1200 per cooler and a total cost of 5,10,000 Rupees.
2. Medicines of 1,25,000 were carried out in order to held medical camps at different places.
3. Mineral water bottles, milk packs and juices 1000 each were distributed of cost about 50,000 Rupees.
Visit to Makli, Thatta and Sajawal:
1. Medicines were taken of a cost about 1 lac Rupees and utilized 40%
2. 100 ready made clothes were distributed.
3. Juices, milk packs, mineral water bottles, mosquito coils, match boxes were distributed of a cost about 30,000 Rupees.
4. Rashan to 1000 families was provided for 15 days in two trucks.
1. Visit to Yusuf Goth
1. 2000 milk packs and biscuits were distributed of a cost about 25,000 Rupees.
2. 750 pieces of bangles and mehndi and 50 pieces of clothes were distributed of a cost about 60,000 Rupees.
2. Visit to Tando Muhammad Khan and Ganjo takar:
1. 15 days rashan was provided to 1000 families in 2 trucks.
2. Medical facility was provided to about 600-800 people with a cost of medicines about 50,000 Rupees.
3. Visit to Sukkur and Pannu Aqil:
1. Hampers containing floor, rice, sugar, tea, soap, match box, utensils cost around 1300- 1500 Rupees per hamper distributed among 200 families.
2. Clothes for female, male, children got from home, friends and relatives, also 150 female and 150 children clothes were purchased of a cost 50,000 Rupees and distributed.
3. Toys and sweets and biscuits for children were distributed.
4. Also mineral water and milk which were donated by some friends were distributed.
Visit to Yusuf Goth
Medical facility was provided to 400 people, mostly children & women.