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Story of Naseem Bibi
"Please help us, it has been 14 days and we are compelled to reside in a broken tent on the embankment of this canal, there is no food, no clean drinking water and my only child is suffering from severe fever".
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Story of Razia bibi
Razia bibi, a dweller of Nowshera Kalan flood relief camp, Nowshera, watches every truck with the hope that it would bring some food for her son, for her old mother-in-law and for herself, but this hope was not fulfilled till the time GPP and ARR Japan te
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Story of Noor Baba
Noor bab, 67 years old resident of a flood camp established in a govt. school in district Nowshera lives alone in his tent. “When the warning for flood was announced in the nearby mosque, I was alone at my house while my son had gone out of station with h
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Story of Parveen Begum MuzaffarGarh
Parveen Begum, a 35 years old pregnant woman at a spontaneous settlement formed Near Mehmood kot, a UC of Tehseel Kot Addu District Muzaffar Garh was living with her husband and four children in a small house. Her husband was a labor and she used to work
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Story of Nazeeran Bibi
Nazeeran Bibi, forty-five years old Resident of Kotla Qazi, UC Nasheb Lohanch District Layyah is residing in a govt. established camp near Layyah city. Nazeeran, after the death of her husband, is the sole bread earner of her family of 4 members, which is
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Story of Naveeda Bibi
Naveeda Bibi and her family are among the unfortunate families which, due to the rising flood levels, after migrating from their villages, could neither get some room to reside in a school camp nor were they provided with some tent by the relief organizat
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Story of Faiza bibi
Faiza, a mother of 2 and resident of district Muzaffar Garh, currently residing in an independent settlement near the area of Peer M. Mosa village looked lost, broken and shattered. She lost her family members in flood and was now staying with her ill hus
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Story of Parveen Babul
Women suffer more than men during flood. In fact women and children are the worst sufferers during any natural calamity. Parveen Babul is a poor house wife trying to live and survive with her four small children. Her husband is a farmer and owned a small
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Dr. Iftikhar, from Charsadda, has no access to his village
Dr. Iftikhar used to serve the humanity in Charsadda as a doctor by holding free camps and visiting the poor villagers and providing them free medical facilities. During the devastated flood Mr. Iftikhar was in Charsadda. He saw the roads and houses swept
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Alamzeb's diabetic mother died in Nowshera
Alamzeb is 10 years old boy whose father died in earthquake and his mother was the only bread winner which despite of her health used to earn for her children. They lived in small house in Nowshera. They were living hand to mouth condition and now after t
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I believe in truth even though people lie.
"I believe in the sun even though it is slow in rising. I believe in you without realizing. I believe in rain though there are no clouds in the sky. I believe in truth even though people lie. I believe in peace though sometimes I am violent. I believe in
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Human Interest Stories
Story of Naseem Bibi
"Please help us, it has been 14 days and we are compelled to reside in a broken tent on the embankment of this canal, there is no food, no clean drinking water and my only child is suffering from severe fever".

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