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Global Peace Pioneers is pleased to announce that GPP Orphan House (Named as GPP Gharana (Home)) has opened. GPP is collecting funds to support this noble cause and we urge you to donate generously. In addition to the donations, you may refer an Orphan of 3-5 years of age so we can register him/her and keep the place reserved. 


8.1 Magnitute Earthquake Strikes Pakistan


ISLAMABAD - A strong earthquake measuring 8.1 on Richter Scale struck major cities of Pakistan, including the northern areas on Monday. No casualties have been reported yet.

Tremors have been felt in major cities, including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Quetta, Kohat and Malakand. Tremors were also felt in Kabul and New Delhi. The magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck in northeastern Afghanistan, the United States Geological Survey said.


The quake was 196 km deep and centred 82 km southeast of Feyzabad in a remote area of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range. The Pakistan Meteorological Department said that the magnitude of the earthquake was 8.1.

Communication services have been disrupted in Islamabad. A building has also reportedly collapsed in Peshawar. Citizens took to social media to post reports of the massive quake that lasted for up to one minute. 

Schools for Peace in collaboration with DAI - AAWAZ



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Project Title: Cohesion among schools and communities to prevent / mediate conflicts and disputes peacefully through School for Peace Program in Selected Districts of KPK and Punjab


Implemented with financial support from DAI-AAWAZ, the School for Peace Program is first innovative concept of its kind for the Communities to better able to prevent conflicts and disputes peacefully in their respective areas. The programs created through this initiative will encourage youth to respect diversity, think globally, value human rights, recognize injustice and respond to conflict with methods other than violence. Proposed program will assist teachers, parents and community to educate peace for change. This is the need of the hour to build a society/community that will be the ambassadors of the peace, will be known as peacemakers. 

Pakistan Floods - 2015

Huge devastation occurred due to the recent flooding in many districts of KPK and Punjab region- Pakistan. Pakistan being part of South Asia Region, the most vulnerable and disaster-prone of all other countries in the regions, has regularly experienced a wide variety of natural disasters. Monsoon season starting in Month of July every year brings miseries and challenges for the local communities and authorities at large. This year the torrential rains and floods in the rivers have resulted in devastating impact on the local inhabitants.




Pakistan Floods - Nearly one million affected




Two weeks after the start of the floods in Pakistan, large parts of the country are still under water.

The floods have affected nearly one million people and washed away roads and bridges.

Tens of thousands have been forced to leave their homes and are scrambling to save their families and belongings along the river banks in Punjab and Sindh provinces.



URGENT APPEAL for IDPs of North Waziristan


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IDPs North Waziristan - GPP

In the wake of military operation in the northwestern tribal area of North Waziristan Agency (NWA), FATA province, huge influx of people fleeing from the NWA has resulted in serious humanitarian crises. On 26 June, the Pakistani army also began ground assaults, heightening the threat to civilians. The region has been targeted with shelling and air raids, and at least 456,000 people, including nearly 200,000 children (42%), fled ahead of or during the ground assaults. Priorities for humanitarian assistance in response to needs include protection, food, shelter, health, water, sanitation and hygiene. The number of internally displaced people has already crossed the figure 455,000 with over 110,941 females, 151, 332, children and 92,790 males. Over 380,000 people have been evacuated in a week. Influx of IDPs is likely to increase in next few days.

Earth Quake in Baluchistan, Pakistan - September 2013


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As per the recent reports powerful earthquake has killed at least 265 people in Pakistan's remote south-west province of Baluchistan.


The 7.7-magnitude quake struck on Tuesday afternoon at a depth of 20km (13 miles) north-east of Awaran, the US Geological Survey said. Many houses were flattened and thousands of people have spent the night in the open.


The region is prone to earthquakes, with at least 35 people killed in a 7.8-magnitude tremor that was centred in south-eastern Iran in April.



“Either we are unlucky or we are born to bear the painful life” remarked Ms. Noreen Batool while her eyes were filled with water. She along with her parents and relatives were the victims of last year super flood that caused massive human as well infrastructure loss. Like Ms.

Batool there are many unfortunate people who remain the subject of continuous natural as well as manmade disasters in Pakistan.

Torrential rains and flash floods devastated life and property in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and tribal areas, killing dozens of people, Global Peace Pioneers is a not-for-profit and charity organization, sending out an urgent appeal for your donation to help homeless people.

large number of people have taken shelter in schools and mosques in flood affected areas and are in dire need of clothes, food and water.

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In the end of April 2009, fighting in Dir Lower, Buner and Swat Districts of NWFP and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) between Pakistan army and militants resulted in the large displacement of the population of that area migrated to nearby safe places of Swabi and Mardan.

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