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Other activities

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Dawat-e-Mashroob Activity

The Dawat-e-Mashroob activity is a public welfare initiative of Qarshi Foundation aiming to relieve the general public from the summer heat of Pakistan.

Jam-e-Shirin stalls are strategically positioned at public locations across Pakistan to provide quality Jam-e-Shirin drinks free of cost to the general public.

2005 Earthquake in Kashmir

On October 8, 2005, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake shook the  Kashmir region, along with sections of Pakistan, India and 

Afghanistan. More than 80,000 people perished as a result of the quake, while an estimated 4 million others were left homeless. Qarshi Foundation established more than 10 field clinics which provided free healthcare services to the victims, through its qualified and dedicated team of Tabibs.

Qarshi Foundation also constructed 1000 shelter homes in

collaboration with its collaborative partners and with the help of Pakistan Army.

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Flood Relief Activity in 2013

In July 2013, a severe flood effected the Sheikhupura region of

Pakistan, resulting from heavy monsoon rains. In response, Qarshi Foundation collaborated with its collaboration partners to establish field clinics at 7 different locations to provide general healthcare facilities to the affected region.

Rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPS) in 2012

In 2012, due to a military operation, approximately 204,130 families of 5 districts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (Previously known as NWFP) were internally displaced (temporarily). The Government of Pakistan established IDP Camps in Mardan, Charsada, Peshawar, Nowshehra and Swabi for a respectful rehabilitation of these IDPs through a public & private partnership. Qarshi Foundation actively contributed in this noble cause and distributed more than 36,000 medicine packs to the IDPs.

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