10 Feb
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Matching Men Stride for Stride

Women were once regarded as the weaker sex and were confined to the four walls of their homes to raise and educate children and do a myriad of mundane domestic chores. These onerous responsibilities served as big roadblocks for them which seemed almost insurmountable. However, the vast reserves of energy and irresistible urge to show […]

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10 Feb
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IEDS: Transferring the Know-How

  The Pakistan Red Crescent in collaboration with the Weapon Contamination Unit (WCU) of the ICRC is actively working in the hazardous areas of Fata, KP and AJK to create awareness among the people about the threat posed by the unexploded ordnance (UXO), landmines, explosive remnants of war (ERWs) and the IEDs. These hazards – […]

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10 Feb
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It’s Safe Now

  More than a billion people across the globe lack access to safe drinking water because the galloping population rate has lowered the level of ground water to an alarming level. It is fast becoming a rare commodity all over the world, and in some regions it is even costlier than the milk. In Pakistan, […]

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10 Feb
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The Beneficiaries

Blinking away tears that welled up in his eyes, Muhammad Ishaq said he lost the joys of hearth and home when one inauspicious night mortar shells rained down on the locality where he lived. “One of the mortar shells hit our small house with a sickening thud, bringing the side wall down. Pungent smoke reeking […]

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10 Feb
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Pulling Out All the Stops

PRC distributes non-food items among 399 families in Poonch and 264 families in Samahni and Barnala tehsils of Bhimber district affected by shelling Affected people get mattresses, blankets, quilts, gasoline heaters, stoves and hygiene items Firing victims deeply indebted to the Pakistan Red Crescent for relief items and succour Kashmir is referred to as heaven […]

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