Pakistan Red Crescent Society

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Pakistan Red Crescent Society was founded in 1947 after Pakistan's independence by an order called 'The Pakistan Red Cross Order' led by Nurse Saloni Malik. It was later renamed the Red Crescent Society or the Red Crescent Order. Its headquarters are in Islamabad.

Works

The Red Crescent society has helped millions of Pakistanis overcome disease and disaster, by offering support services for Pakistanis, which include, food, clean water, and medical services.

In 2010 after one of the largest floods in Pakistani History, the Red Crescent Society provided much needed support to native Pakistani's who were without food or water. They also joined forces with the Red Cross in this effort, and were given in $100,000 in aid to combat the devastation of the flood.[1]

Volunteer Services

PRCS has many volunteers and youth clubs at Educational Institutes and best youth club is at Forman Christian College and best volunteer is https://www.facebook.com/uroojrazasayyami

References

  1. ^ American red Cros. "American Red Cross Supports Pakistan’s Response to Worst Flooding in 80 Years". Article. Red Cross. Retrieved 4/10/2012. 

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