Peshawar, Pakistan Monsoon flooding recurs almost yearly, even before the flood victims can recover from their previous loss. To mitigate last year’s losses, UNITED SIKHS, in collaboration with a local NGO, National Trust for Population welfare (NATPOW), recently visited
Peshawar, Pakistan: UNITED SIKHS, since February has provided financial assistance to rehabilitate 13 families who had to flee from their homes in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan due to threats from the Taliban and communal conflict.
Peshawar, PAKISTAN: UNITED SIKHS joined a Sikh delegation to meet the Pakistan Minority Minister today to seek assurances for the safety and security of minorities including Sikhs who have recently been targeted by the Taliban in Pakistan.
Peshawar, Pakistan: UNITED SIKHS provided assistance to families who were affected by the communal conflict in the ( Feroz khel tribe) Orakzai Agency and (Sada) Khurram Agency, by providing them with blankets and assisting...
29th Dec, 2009, Peshawar, Pakistan: Minorities who have taken shelter in Peshwar after escaping from the Taliban regime with only their ‘shirts on their backs’, feel the biting winter cold as night temperatures drop to -4C and they are in urgent need of blankets, warm clothes and a source of livelihood.
Washington, D.C.: - A Sikh Delegation led by UNITED SIKHS met with Mr. Shahbaz Bhatti, Pakistan Minister of Minority Affairs on September 17, 2009 to discuss minority rights and issues pertaining to humanitarian aid relief for minorities in Pakistan.
Peshawar- NWFP, Pakistan: UNITED SIKHS continues to provide essential commodities to families who were displaced by the ongoing conflict on the western border of Pakistan.
London, England, UK: Tomorrow, at 7:00pm GMT, join UNITED SIKHS volunteers in sharing their experiences and their upcoming efforts to assist the displaced peoples of Pakistan by watching Mehak Vatan Di (Essence of the Homeland)...
Pakistan IDPs Speak Out. Sustained Efforts Continue.
July 22, 2009
Islamabad, Pakistan: The humanitarian crisis surrounding the millions of Pakistan’s Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) calls for immediate attention from the rest of the world.
Islamabad, Pakistan: Pakistan’s Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in the 19 camps and at the Sikh shrine, Gurdwara Panja Sahib, Hassan Abdal, are in urgent need of help for better food, medical care and ...
Islamabad, Pakistan: The future of Pakistan’s Internally Displaced People (IDPs) becomes more uncertain with each passing day in the camps.