Projects

Efforts for Flood Victims [2010-2011]

MKMZ team visited different areas of sindh to help flood victims. Distributed necessary food products, mineral water and medicines to flood victims and spent quality time with them. More…

Distribution of Rashan in Ramadan [2009-2011]

As is our tradition and a vital need of our fellow muslims, this year (2011) again MKMZ came forward to provide rashan and basic utilities to as many people as possible. The rashan collected this year comprised of Flour, Rice, Oil/Ghee, Sugar, Tea, pulses(daal), Rooh Afza sharbat, Biscuits etc. The quantity was sufficient for 50 families for the whole month.  Alhamdolillah. More…

School Revamping Project

The first and the most anticipated project of Mera Karachi Meri Zimaydari was the “School Revamping Project” where the members of the organization spent several hours fixing up a Government School named “Mary Colaco”. “Fixing”meant painting the whole premises in and out, mending broken desks, painting new black boards, supply of electrical appliances like bulbs, fans which were either broken or totally absent from the classes. While most of the members were working some members were kind enough to entertain the kids so that they would get a day of fun .A medical and cleanliness lecture was also given to the students by Dr.Sara Shafqat ( also a member of the group). She addressed the students about cleanliness of body and environment so that the main object of the whole exercise should be achieved to the fullest. The entire process was not easy and required complete involvement of all the members to pitch in with the same high enthusiasm and positive energy levels. The work was tiring but the strong spirit and the respect of noble target helped us in getting the work done. More…

Lunch and Food Arrangement for Swat IDP’s

While our forces were busy in their operations in Swat in May 2009, the people residing there were relocated. The tragic part was that almost all cities and towns neglected and avoided shouldering the responsibility of helping those who were moved from their homes by force. These people were bare handed. Without food, shelter and clothes. While many of us refused to accommodate them in their cities let alone homes, many came forward to help and support them in various ways. Like providing food, clothes, camps, books etc. More…

Hand Water Pumps Project

While trying to identify the problems and also realizing our limited sources and political situation, MKMZ came across a vital problem faced by the people of Gharo. Here, Peasant women and kids have to walk 2 miles back and forth to bring water to their homes. An effort was required to check if fresh drinkable ground water was present and if yes, than install proper equipments like simple water hand pumps at regular intervals. The simple activity costing less and with easy labour can solve a grave problem, the idea was thrilling. More…

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