We at Al-Madad Trust have a kidney failure patient. Her name is Saima age 26 years old.
Saima is advised for a kidney transplant straightway by the Drs. Her family is unable to
bear the expenses 275,000 rupees (£1650) however her husband is willing to donate his
kidney. We have all the relevant files and Dr reports with us. If you would like to go
through them please contact me and i will forward those to you. We appeal to you to help
this young lady who is in desperate need of a kidney transplant.
The Al-Madad Trust has launched there new 5 Ambulances in Azad Kashmir areas, now covering 6
districts; Mirpur, Baag, Rawalakot, Charoi, Khoretta and Naar.
The Ambulance service for Notts has donated one of its vehicles to a charity who will use it
to help the people of Pakistan. The double crewed ambulance will be sent 6,000 miles to
Kashmir, Pakistan, and will provide a service to transport the public to and from the local
hospital, which can be more than ten miles away for patients. Nottingham-based charity, the
Al-Madad Trust has previously sent six vehicles to the region and the latest ambulance has
reached end-of-life use for East Midlands Ambulance Service. The Al-Madad Trust was founded
by Mohammed Zubair, of Forest Fields, in 2007 and is a UK registered Charity. Mr Zubair
wrote to the East Midlands Ambulance Service in April asking if the organisation could
offer any support for the charity. He said: “On behalf of Al-Madad Trust, I would like to
thank EMAS for their generous donation of an ambulance. Their kindness and generosity in
helping poor patients and needy in our community in Pakistan is sincerely appreciated.
“We’re over the moon, very pleased. We took a convoy to Pakistan in April and after that I
wrote to a number of organisations and the chief executive agreed to give us one. We’re
going to try and do more together. It’s fantastic.” Mr Zubair added: “It will have a major
impact for the community. In the areas where we have delegated this there isn’t an
ambulance service for miles and people have to pay for private cars. “Those people have
heard the news and can’t wait to get their hands on it.” The ambulance will have a phone
number for local people to call and will be free to all. The maintenance and cost of a
driver will be paid by the trust. “It’s a big commitment for the charity,” Mr Zubair said.
“We have six ambulances running already since 2007 – it’s really valuable.” In the past the
East Midlands Ambulance Service has donated retired vehicles to St John Ambulance in Malta
and the Ambulance Heritage Society.
EMAS head of fleet services Steve Farnsworth said: “Having spent years driving around
Derbyshire and Notts the ambulance will be well prepared to continue treating people in
Pakistan. While we are no longer able to use it to provide NHS services, it is in workable
condition and the donation will benefit the charity and the great work they do.”
Al-Madad Trust have started to raise funds for food parcels for orphans and widows. Food
parcels will include 25kg bag of flour, cooking oil, rice, 4 types of lentils, salt and
sugar, this will be distributed throughout Azad kashmir and Pakistan during the month of
Ramadan. Each parcel is £40 do donate please contact Al-Madad Trust head office.
Al-Madad Trust convoy leaves on the 19th of April to Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Driving through
8 countries to 1 destination to be part of this journey or to register please contact
Al-Madad Trust head office.