Donate Generously for the suffering Libyan people though our special account: Acc. No: 09633025, S/C: 93-53-79, Bank: AIB Clonmel Co Tipperary, Ref: Libyan Relief Or contact a DRIP representative your local area.
Free Medical Camp was held on 13th Nov. 2010 at Rural Health Centre, Pattan, Kohistan organised by DRIP Ireland & AMA -Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad under supervision of Dr. Noaman Siddiqui, Chief Instructor CFR-DRIP Ireland along with team from Ayub Medical
PHOTOGALLERY DRIP is very thankful to all donors & volunteers in Ireland and Pakistan Three containers of relief goods from Ireland arrived in Pakistan and were distributed in Muzaffargarh Punjab and Khyber Pakhtoon Khwa.University of Health sciences, Lahore and Ayub
DRIP & DMC carried out joint Flood Relief Activities at Balakot & Mian Gujar, Peshawar in recent weeks. See photos in the Photogallery below … indh province
200 food packs, 40 Sacks of clothes, shoes for villages affected in surroundings of Gilgit along with 100 school bags. Team members: Volunteer group from Ayub medical College and members of Disaster Management Center, Abbottabad. Local Coordinators, Dr. Fauzia Wali
Free medical Camp by Aybians Welfare Society(AWS) at the Technical Collage, Risalpur. Medicines were donated by DRIP, Ireland. Team members: Volunteer group from Ayubian Walfare Society, AMC, Abbottabad. Visit of Dr. Nadeem Afridi, chair, Association of Pakistani Physicians of
Two mini trucks (Shahzors) full of 200 Ramzan packs, 18 cartons of mixed packed food items sent to Bagh Dharai, Swat. Team members: Mr. Shahid Awan, Finance Coordinator and Mr. Hanif, Office Boy, Disaster Management Center, Abbottabad. Local Coordinator, Mr.
Thanks to Mr Mati Ulla, Behroze and the survey team. DRIP volunteers initially surveyed 21 villages along with river close and made a list of 200 affected families in Durush Khela, Kuarry, Bara Bamakhela, Bodigram, Kalakot, Qandil, Did Pani, Rahat Kot,
Formal launching of ‘Khayal Rahkna’ Campaign in Pakistan by Popular Band “Noori”, visit to Al-Imtiaz Academy, Educators, City School and Pakistan Grammar School, Abbottabad and Fund Raiser at Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad. Over 200 school bags were collected. Team members:
Two mini trucks (Shahzor) with 200 Ramzan Packs for Shangla coordinated by six Medical students of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad. Team members: Six Volunteer group members from Ayub medical College, Abbottabad. Local Coordinator: Mr. Latif ur Rehman, member of the