Qarshi Foundation, in collaboration with Message Foundation started rehabilitation programme for the earthquake affectees, which called Collaborative Social Relief Program (CSRP).
During the disaster relief activity thousands of people in despair were provided with permanent shelter material, temporary camps, medical & Tibbi treatments and Springley Natural Mineral water.
Qarshi Foundation launched emergency response soon after the flood hit the different areas of Country. Instantaneous steps were taken to address issues of hunger, shelter, clean drinking water, health and hygiene in those areas. Qarshi Foundation expanded its relief operations in the three flood affected provinces namely Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These relief activities are the result of staff’s commitment and passion to provide humanitarian assistance well in time.
Qarshi Foundation participates in rehabilitation of flood affected people by providing them free Qarshi Tibbi Medicines, Ab-e-Nuqra and Springley water through certified and registered NGO. Qarshi Foundation provides medicine packs and Ab-e-Nuqra to flood affected people.
INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS (IDPS)
Qarshi Foundation always stands with the beloved country in the every hardship either due to force majeure or due to any internal emergency situation. In the year 2012, Pakistan Army started Zarb e Azab operation which displaced almost 204,130 families of 5 districts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (Previously known as NWFP). Government established IDPs Camps in Mardan, Charsada, Peshawar, Nowshehra and Swabi where all basic needs were provided through public private partnership.
Qarshi Foundation established Free Health Units and Donated Jam e Shirin in these camps to cater the diseases among IDPs.