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Monday, April 14, 2014

In January 2014, FI Pakistan closed its operation in Pakistan.  Upon its closure, as stated in the MoU between the DHO Muzaffarabad and FI, all equipment was be handed over to the Ministry of Health through the DHO. FI Pakistan passed on all other donations of Unilever to Indus Hospital in Karachi. Friendship International Pakistan thought it was best that the above items be donated to Indus Hospital, a charity run hospital headed by Dr. Bari as it would be put to good use there. The same was conveyed to the donors, Unilever.
Azam Durrani with Dr. Bari of Indus Hospital
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Wednesday, January 16, 2013


In November 2012, Friendship International Bangladesh celebrated its 10th year anniversary in Dhaka. In 2002, Friendship International’ first project, the Lifebuoy Friendship Hospital was launched bringing quality healthcare to some of the most remote regions of Bangladesh. Currently FI Bangladesh’ work is divided into five programmes, namely Disaster Management & Infrastructure Development, Healthcare, Nutrition and Population, Education and Good Governance, Sustainable Economic Development and Cultural Preservation. Today, it has over 400 staff and a strong network of volunteers, friends, donors and partners around the world. To mark its 10th Anniversary in Bangladesh, representatives of Friendship International from all over the world were invited to enjoy the festivities.

The celebrations included the inauguration of its third and newest hospital, Ronghdhonu in the port city of Chittagong on the 14th of November 2012. The Rongdhonu has an illustrious past as Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior II which had been on the forefront of environmental activism for 21 years. After its retirement in the high seas, it is now part of Friendship, undergoing massive internal reconstruction to be outfitted as a hospital ship which will provide valuable healthcare to people living in remote areas along the coastal belt of the country. As and when necessary, it will also provide emergency relief in the Bay of Bengal region.
Friendship's third and newest hospital, Ronghdhonu
A Conference was held on the 16th of November 2012 for the various participants. The conference was an excellent platform for like-minded people from different sectors to come together to discuss and highlight current trends in the development sector. It was an opportunity to share and learn about different innovative models, and the context in which Friendship works.

Participants at the Conference
Mr. Mark Elvinger, Chairperson Friendship International delivering a speech
Ms. Runa Marre, Founder & Executive Director FI, addressing the participants at the Conference

Ms. Auma Obama, a Humanitarian from Kenya delivering a speech
Ms. Auma Obama with Mr. Azam Durrani, Country Head Friendship International, Pakistan

Participants viewing the boats created by Mr. Yves Marre and Ms. Runa Khan at the Museum for Cultural Preservation
Other celebrations included a river cruise on the Padma River on the B613 which is a renovated Malar, a grand traditional wooden boat on which the participants spent a day enjoying a cruise on the Padma river, listening to live folk and classical music.

Particiapants getting ready for the cruise on the B613, the largest sailing boat in Bangladesh built by Mr. Yves Marre
The river cruise

Ms. Auma Obama enjoying a game of Carom Board

A spectacular view of the participants on the B613
Various trips to the field were arranged on the 17th and part of 18th November 2012 to show the participants where Friendship works. Friendship’s work in the field is central to who we are. It is hard to imagine the terrain and condition in which work is carried out, particularly in the northern region of the country unless one travels to the
Dr. Christian Echinard, the best Burn Unit surgeon in the world on his way to the field trip
A Boat House on the river
The Emirates Friendship Hospital
Mr. Azam Durrani on the FI Sea Ambulance
Lunchtime at the Weaving Centre

Mr. Azam Durrani visiting one of the schools set up FI
Mr. Azam Durrani with Mr. Jabbar in front of the Weaving Centre
Weavers at work
The Weaving Unit
Work in progress at the Weaving Centre

Yarn being dyed using natural vegetable dyes

Dyed Yarn
A brick structure that merges with its surrounding environment, the newly built Friendship Training Center will be the meeting point of all stakeholders of Friendship. It will be a shared space for capacity building, discussions, courses, and other activities which will take Friendship’s work forward. Most importantly, it will be a place where beneficiaries feel at home. The Center was formally inaugurated on the 18th of  November 2012 as part of the 10-year celebratory events.
The plaque inaugurating the Friendship training Centre

The Friendship Training Centre
The world class Friendship Training Centre
Mr. Azam Durrani with Mr. Marc Elvinger and Dr. Christian Echinard at the Inauguration Ceremony
Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, Founder & Chairman Brac with Mr. Marc Elvinger, Chairperson FI
Speeches at the Friendship Training Centre Inauguration
FI representatives from all over the world

Returning to Dhaka on the sea plane
Return to Dhaka

Friendship International Pakistan’ Country Head, Azam Durrani joined in the celebrations in Bangladesh along with representatives of Friendship International from all over the world. His message for the 10th year anniversary; “I have been the progress of Friendship since the very day Runa Khan Marre and Yves Marre expressed a simple vision of helping the less fortunate people around them in Bangladesh. Therefore it really gives me immense pleasure to see Friendship marking its 10th year anniversary this year”.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013


The 2012 Pakistan floods began in early September 2012, resulting from heavy monsoon rains in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Upper Sindh, Southern Punjab and Balochistan regions of Pakistan. The floods affected more than 5 million people. Balochistan, Punjab and Sindh provinces were the hardest hit, with some districts inundated with floodwaters for the third consecutive year. The floods affected more than 1 million acres of crops, damaged over 460,000 houses and ruined basic infrastructure.
People living in shacks after after the September 2012 floods

Friendship International Pakistan chose Sukkur for its food distribution project as it is the main hub and also because there are four canals that pass through Sukkur that were inhabited by the local people on both sides before the floods of September 2012. The September 2012 floods damaged all houses that were on the sides of the canals causing the people to lose their homes as well as their livelihood. The rain affectees from Shikarpur, Jacobabad and Khairpur also moved to Sukkur and were living in makeshift tents and shacks.
People gathered at the Sukkur Public School
The food distribution project took place in Sukkur on the 4th of November 2012. The venue for the project was the Sukkur Public School which is one of the largest schools in the area and has a large ground. A total of 2400 families were selected for the food distribution project. One months food ration was distributed to each  effecteted family.

Food bags being distributed to flood affectees

People returning with food bags


Thursday, April 5, 2012


Pakistan Navy & Friendship International, Pakistan Collaboration

Friendship International, Pakistan joined hands with the Pakistan Navy to carry out the Badin Food Distribution Project in October 2011. The project was successfully carried out due to the dual efforts of both organizations. Soon after the project was completed, Friendship International, Pakistan was invited by the Pakistan Navy to a meeting where other donors that had worked with the Pakistan Navy for flood relief were also invited. The meeting took place at the PNS Babar Naval Base in Karachi at the end of October 2011.

The meeting was called by Vice Admiral Tayyab Ali Dogar; Commander Coastal Forces of the Pakistan Navy, who has now been transferred to Islamabad at a higher post. The basic idea of the meeting was to introduce all the partners to each other so that they may form liaisons for future collaborations and to introduce Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi who was to take Vice Admiral Tayyab Ali Dogar’s place in Karachi. The meeting proceeded with a short introduction of Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi followed by high-tea after which the ceremony ended. The meeting proved to be successful as it gave the donors and representatives of other NGOs’ an opportunity to network with each other.

Vice Admiral Tayyab Ali Dogar meeting with Friendship International, Pakistan representative

Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi giving his introduction speech

Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi & FI Pakistan Country Head Azam Durrani seen shaking hands at the ceremony

Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi & Azam Durrani in conversation

Vice Admiral Tayyab Ali Dogar, Vice Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbassi & Friendship International Country Head Azam Durrani

Azam Durrani with Lt. Commander Abdul Mateen who helped Friendship International Pakistan with the Flood Relief work in Badin

Group Photo of Navy Officials with Donors and NGO Representatives

Pakistan Flood Project 2011

September-November 2011:
Food Distribution in collaboration with the Pakistan Navy in Tando Bhago, Badin: The recent rains in September 2011 caused tremendous damage in the southern Pakistan region of Badin (Sindh). Hundreds of villages were swept away due to flooding from a 200 foot wide gap in the salinity drain in Badin. With so many people made homeless by the floods, the immediate need of the people was food. Friendship International, Pakistan in collaboration with the Pakistan Navy (PN) undertook the Food Distribution project for the people of Badin. Friendship International, Pakistan (FI) used the Pakistan Navy space in Karachi for the packing of food bags other items for the flood stricken people of Badin. Pakistan Navy provided the security which was needed by Friendship International for the transportation of food bags.

Friendship International, Pakistan (FI) used the Pakistan Navy space in Karachi for the packing of food bags other items for the flood stricken people of Badin. Pakistan Navy provided the security which was needed by Friendship International for the transportation of food bags. The food bags were stored at two locations one at Naval Base at Sujawal and another at Naval Base at Tango Bhago which is further than Badin.

The next stage involved travelling to Tango Bhago accompanied by the Naval Squad. The Pakistan Navy had already undertaken the rescue operation in that area shifting people who were submerged in water to higher ground. The Officer-in- charge in Tando Bhago with a representative of Friendship International, Pakistan, first surveyed the different villages in the area and checked in detail the exact number of people in each family. After gathering all the data, each family was issued slips according to their requirements. All those who were provided with slips were asked to gather the next day at a specific place at Tando Bhago where they would be handed over the food bags.

The food bags were then transferred from the Tando Bhago base to that area and then distributed against the slips provided under the supervision of Friendship International and the Pakistan Navy personnel

Land inundated by flood water in Tando Bhago
Cultivated land destroyed
Land inundated by flood water in Tando Bhago
People living in shacks on roadside

Food Bags being loaded onto truck for distribution

Food bags loaded onto trucks for distribution
FI Pakistan team with Pakistan Navy personnel

Food bags arriving at the site

Navy personnel & FI staff organizing food distribution

Navy personnel & FI staff organizing food distribution

Food bags being distributed

FI Pakistan team with Pakistan Navy personnel
Flood afectees returning to their homes
The second phase involved choosing a different location for the Food distribution. After surveying the villages in Badin, the village of Golarchi was chosen mainly because of its central location as it is accessible to people from the surrounding villages of Goth Khebar, Goth Retee, Goth Kario and Goth Allah Dino. This is the same location where Friendship International, Pakistan had constructed mud houses for the Hindu Community. All the affected families of the above mentioned villages were issued slips and asked to gather at Golachi. The food bags were then transported from the Naval Base at Sujawal to Golarchi under the supervision of naval security. The food bags were then distributed to the flood affected families by the Hindu Community representatives and Friendship International staff.

The food distribution project in Badin was completed successfully with the support provided by the Pakistan Navy.
Flood water covers entire roads
Flood water covers entire roads
Food bags ready for distribution at Golachi
Flood afectees lined up with food bags
FI staff organizing the distribution

Flood afectees with food bags

Food being distributed at location where FI constructed mud huts

September-November 2011- Pakistan Flood Project 2011

Role played by Friendship International, Pakistan:

1. September-October 2010- Pakistan Flood Project 2010 Phase 1

• FI Medical Camp in Nowshera: The Friendship International Muzaffarabad mobile clinic, ambulance and staff relocated to the Nowshera region in the Khyber Pukthunkwa province to set up a Satellite Clinic on the 14th of September 2010. The medical team included two doctors, two paramedics and two helpers. Every morning the FI team would leave from Islamabad to set up clinics in the 4 to 5 camps chosen in Nowshera. The FI team saw an average of 250 patients a day totaling the number of families attended to at 1515.

• FI Medical Camp in Charsadda: The second project was to set up medical camps in Kohistan in the Khyber Pukthunkwa province of Pakistan. After surveying surrounding areas, it was decided that the medical camp would be set up in Charsadda and the area’s leading to Swat instead. A different team consisting of one doctor, one paramedic and two helpers was hired for the medical camp in Charsadda. An average of 250 patients a day were attended to at the camp set up. A total of 1115 families were treated at the Charsadda camp.

• Installation of Temporary Latrines in Karachi and Sindh: The floods destroyed all homes and basic amenities. Friendship International, Pakistan provided basic sanitation solutions to the displaced people living in camps in Sindh by constructing and installing 100 toilets in Sindh in different locations. FI found that there was still a need in the Hawksbay area as 1000 camps had been set up there and there were pockets where there were no toilets. FI put 25 toilets in one such area and another 75 in the interior of Sindh in Makli.

• Food Distribution in Sindh: The 1st food distribution project was initiated by Friendship International Pakistan after the devastating floods that hit Pakistan at the end of July, 2010. FI, Pakistan was allotted with the food distribution project for the Hindu community of Sindh as they were the most deprived community in Sindh and faced a real shortage of food supplies. FI rose to the occasion and helped the flood victims by distributing food bags to 400 families in Sindh.

• The 2nd food distribution project was initially to be undertaken in Kohistan in the Khyber Paktunkhwa province of Pakistan. After surveying the area, it was unanimously decided that there was not much of a need in Kohistan for food distribution. On the FI Head Office’s instructions the location for food distribution was moved to Sindh. Food was distributed to 510 families of the deprived Hindu community of Sindh.

• Installation of Water coolers in Sindh in memory of FI volunteer who tragically lost his life while working for FI, Pakistan: The first batch of the Food Distribution project took place on the 10th of September, 2010 at the Makli graveyard area in District Thatta. A group of volunteers from Karachi traveled with the Friendship International team to Thatta to distribute the food bags. Amongst them was Ravi Kumar Kanner, a 17 year old IT student from the Maheshwary Hindu Community. After arriving in Thatta in the morning at around 6:30 am, the group of volunteers went to the nearby stream to perform ablution before they could say their prayers. Within minutes, Ravi Kumar was swept by the strong currents. His dead body was found by the Pakistan army after two hours of intense search. To commemorate his life, FI decided with the consent of his family, to provide four commercial water coolers each equipped with four taps and a capacity of 45 litres of water in areas that were frequently visited by Ravi Kumar and people from his community.

• Food Distribution to 400 families through aerial drop in Kohistan through OAKDF: Payment was made to OAKDF by Friendship International, Pakistan to distribute food to 400 families in Kohistan through aerial drop.

• Reconstruction of Suspension Bridge in Kohistan through OAKDF: Payment was made to OAKDF by Friendship International, Pakistan to reconstruct a suspension bridge in Kohistan that had been destroyed by the floods.

2. January 2011- Pakistan Flood Projects Phase 2

• Food Distribution and Winter packs to 2000 families in Sindh: The winter months in Pakistan brought with it more hardships and suffering to the victims of the July 2010 floods. Six months after the floods hit Pakistan, the flood sufferers were still living in camps with no proper shelter or clothing. Thousands of women and children were left at the mercy of the cold harsh weather in Sindh. Friendship International, Pakistan proceeded with its second phase of the Flood Relief project as planned. In the second phase of the Flood Relief project, FI distributed 10 kg bags of flour to 2000 people in various parts of Sindh.

1. 10 kg bags of flour were distributed amongst 1000 families in Thatta, Sindh.

2. 660 families in Hawksbay, Karachi

3. 164 Hindu families in Karachi and

4. 100 Christian families in Karachi
Essential Food items

Food Distribution in Sindh

• In addition, 1000 warm blankets and 1000 shawls along with basic food items were provided to flood victims in different localities. In Thatta, 650 shawls and 650 quilts were distributed. The Christian and Hindu community were catered to in Sindh as they are the most neglected community. 164 quilts and 164 shawls were provided to the Hindu Community in Karachi where as 100 quilts and 100 shawls were provided to the Christian Community in Korangi, Karachi.
Food distribution i n Thatta
Food being distributed in areas where mud huts have been constructed

• Installation of water tanks for clean drinking water: Friendship International Pakistan installed 80 water tanks in suitable locations that were accessible to all the surrounding Goth’s as otherwise the villagers would have to walk a distance of 3 to 5 km just to get water. The 80 Water tanks with a capacity of between 300 and 500 gallons of water were installed in various villages. The water was treated with high efficacy water purification tablets. Locals from the villages were recruited and trained in the administration of the water purification process for a period of three months before the project was handed over to them for self administration.

FI, Pakistan installed water tanks with 300 to 500 gallon capacity

• Partnering with OAKDF for Post Flood Assistance: Construction of 4 suspension bridges and 5 Water Mills: Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the Omar Asghar Khan Development Foundation and Friendship International, Luxembourg to work towards helping the Flood victims of Pakistan. On instruction of the Director of FI, Luxembourg, funds were transferred to OAKDF by FI, Pakistan to construct of 4 suspension bridges and 5 Water Mills in Kohistan.

FI partnered with OAKDF to reconstruct suspension bridge

3. April 2011- Pakistan Flood Projects Phase 3

• Construction of Wooden Huts in Sindh: Keeping in mind the weather of the region and the living habits of the people of Sindh, the wooden huts were constructed using bamboo, wood and straw. Clay was used to cover the whole hut to protect the inhabitants from the extreme weather of Sindh. A total of 115 wooden huts made of bamboo; wood and straw plastered with clay were constructed in Sindh providing shelter to 1000 people.
Dilapidated living conditions before FI, Pakistan built mud huts in the area

Wooden Huts constructed by FI, Pakistan

• Temporary Toilets: There was no separate budget for the construction of toilets in the Rehabilitation project, but as the need was immense, FI, Pakistan managed to install a total of 25 toilets in the locality where the wooden huts have been constructed in the Interior of Sindh.
Temporary Toilets installed by FI, Pakistan

Previous Projects undertaken by Friendship International, Pakistan:

1. February 2007 to Present day
• Static Clinic at Base Camp & Mobile Clinic/Dispensary in Muzaffarabad, AJK

2. May 2009- Lifebuoy Friendship Clinic in Abbottabad
• Sponsored by Unilever to provide Primary Health Care services with special focus on Women and Children.

3. June-July 2009- Working for the IDP’s of Swat
• FI, Pakistan set up free Medical Camps for the IDP’s in Mardan for two months
• Partnering with OAKDF in the distribution of food, providing access to clean drinking water and construction of toilets, five tea-shops and three playgrounds.
• FI collaborated with Habib Bank Ltd for the Habib Bank Art Project for the IDP children of Swat