UK charity to build 300 houses for flood victims

LAHORE, Feb 21: The Al-Khair Foundation, a UK-based charity, plans to construct 300 houses in the first phase for the flood-affected people in Ahsanpur (Layyah district) under its future Punjab

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Tameer eyes partnership with Kelantan

Oct 3: Representatives from the renowned international organisation Tameer Foundation visited Kelantan last month and met with officials from the state government to discuss establishing cooperation on a number of projects.
Tameer CEO Saeed Zuberi (ext left) and Nik Aziz together with members of the delegation and state officials can be seen in the photo.
The delegation led by the foundation’s CEO Saeed Zuberi, also held meetings to explore the possibilities of establishing partnerships on humanitarian projects as well as business activities with the Foundation’s commercial arm, Tameer International.

Tameer Foundation has agreed to work in partnership with the state in several aid projects such as to support networks, establishing trainings for youths, assisting orphans and widows, addressing the problem of baby dumping and the difficulties faced by unwed mothers, as well as education and rehabilitation programs.

The Foundation also accepted an offer to rebuild the school under Nik Aziz, and pledged to promote Kelantanese products on a more global level.

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ARY MOU Signing with PDMA

ARY, a popular asian Tv channel, signed an MOU with PDMA and planned for the construction of a model village for flood victims in DG Khan area. The project would lead to the construction of 500 individual houses, sheltering thousands of people impacted by the floods in Pakistan.

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Eye Camp Jampur in Dec 2011

Tameer Foundation organised an Eye Camp at Jampur, Ranjanpur District in December 2011. During the camp 132 cataract operations were conducted and more than 3000 OPD patients came for the treatment.

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Tameer Foundation in House of Lords

World wide Muslim charities came together to join hands in the House of Lords and discussed the advancement in the restoration work underway in Pakistan for the flood related victims. This event “Rebuilding Lives… Pakistan Six Months On…” was organised by the Muslim Charities Forum. The main aim of the event was to evaluate what more was needed to be done to help and facilitate the millions of Pakistanis who had been displaced and were swept away in the most devastating floods ever to be seen in the last 80 years.

Present at the event were:

  • Lord Nazir
  • Lord Ahmed
  • MP Shabana Mahmood
  • Imam Qasim, CEO Al-Khair, UK
  • Mr.Saeed Zuberi, CEO Tameer Foundation Global
  • Dr. Hariyal Bana – Muslim Charity Forum
  • Jahangir Malik, Director Islamic Relief, UK
  • Nicholas Young, CEO British Red Cross
  • Spokesman High Commission Pakistan in UK
  • Representatives from Charity Commission
  • Representatives from Foreign Aid
  • Representatives from Christian Aid
  • Representatives from the Disasters Emergency Commission

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