This week, the team from Mehran Welfare Trust visited our flagship partner, the Fahmida Begum Foundation, to share the progress of the groundbreaking model housing and mosque project in District Matiari, Sindh.
The housing project aims to provide shelter and opportunities for income generation to displaced households affected by the devastating floods of 2022, thereby making their livelihoods sustainable. This project is not only new homes, but offers a school, clinic and mosque for the locals.
A Jamia Masjid is also being constructed to offer daily prayers for 300 individuals, along with Quranic education and other activities.
We look forward to seeing the projects complete in early 2024.
Fahmida Begum Foundation Highlights of 2023
Our flagship partner in Pakistan, the Fahmida Begum Foundation, has had a great year of service delivery.
Jonathan Freeman MBE, Appointed Board Member of National Citizen Service Trust
The COSARAF Foundation is proud to share the news of His Majesty the King’s appointment of Jonathan Freeman MBE, the Foundation’s Senior Adviser, as a Board Member of the National Citizen Service Trust.
Widening access at Warwick
The second Diversity Day was kindly hosted by the University of Warwick on Thursday 9th November.
Urgent donation awarded to Muslims Around The World Project for Palestine
Trustees have donated £10,000 to support the humanitarian efforts in Gaza, Palestine to provide urgent aid to innocent civilians.
Raising Aspirations at St Anne’s
The first of three Diversity Days took place on the 2nd November at St Anne’s College, Oxford.
Breaking ground with Mehran Welfare Trust
The COSARAF Foundation are funding Mehran Welfare Trust in Karachi, Pakistan, for two new building projects for the community.
Donation to support vital Hertfordshire helpline
The COSARAF Foundation has awarded £3,500 to pay towards the full call handling service to support the ongoing services of the Hertfordshire Domestic Abuse Helpline.
Students selected for OPP Studentships
Our partnership with the Oxford Pakistan Programme (OPP) has seen three deserving graduate students of Pakistani heritage receive COSARAF studentships at the university.