A visit to Shah Mansoor IDP Camp Swabi
Thousands of IDPs in Tent village at Shah Mansoor, Swabi
Todd Shea with IDPs in Shah Mansoor
Mohammad Shafi, a school teacher from Pir Baba, Swat. He fled with his family during the intense battle between Taliban and Pakistan Army in his area. He had to dodge mortar fire, bullets and walk many miles to reach safety. His son and daughter in law are still missing.
Mr Mumtaz Ali (UM Trust) and Todd Shea (CDRS Pakistan) having a frank discussion with IDPs in Shah Mansoor.
Waseem ( L), Alhaaj (wearing USE cap) and his friend. They invited us over for tea in their tent. Despite their plight, they are happy to host us as their guest.
UM Hospital treating 300+ patients on May 25 in their OPD with support from CDRS Pakistan.
75% of the patients on May 25 were women and children
A patient waiting to see the doctor.
IDP mothers being gathered with their babies to get free Baby formula milk
Todd Shea distributing baby formulae milk to IDPs in UM Hospital.
Mr. Mumtaz Ali (Chairman UM Hospital) and Todd Shea (CEO, CDRS Pakistan) discussing IDP crisis and response in Mardan District.
Registering IDPs at our Rustum City medical camp with CDRS on May 24
Dr. Amir (CDRS Pakistan) treating an IDP in Rustum.
Providing free medicines to displaced Buner IDP in Rustum in collaboration with CDRS Pakistan.
A satisfied IDP patient after receiving treatment free of cost.
Our makeshift pharmacy in Rustum during a medical camp.
An IDP father bringing his son for treatment to our medical camp.
Pullo Dheri Medical Camp in collaboration with Mumtaz Bakhtawar Memorial Hospital.
Pullo Dheri Medical Camp treated over 250 patients in one day.
A Mumtaz Bakhtawar Hospital doctor treating an IDP child in Pullo Dheri during our medical camp.
Registering IDPs before they see a doctor.
Getting free medicines at our Pullo Dheri medical camp.
Pullo Dheri High School converted into an IDP camp. No government support has reached these refugees as yet.
Mumtaz Bakhtawar Hospital, Edhi Foundation assisting IDPs through free ambulance service at UM Hospital.
Dr Qasim treating a patient at UM Hospital
Free Medical Camp with medicines for Buner Refugees
Caltex Station turned into a Refugee Relief Distribution Center on Rustum Road for refugees fleeing from Buner
Owner of Caltex Station (Left) talking with UM Trust Hospital Chairman, Mr. Mumtaz Ali (Center) regarding relief efforts.
UM Trust Hospital along with Caltex Station setup an emergency medical camp with free medicines on Rustum Road for the Buner Refugees.
Buner Refugees at the Caltex Station Relief site seeking support.
Banner by UM Trust Hospital offering free medical services to Buner Refugees.
Banner depicting the Free Medical Camp for Buner Refugees.
Medicines donated by the community and UM Trust Hospital at Caltex for refugees. Bakhtawar, (extreme left) is a pharmacist with UM Hospital.
Bakhtawar, UM Trust Hospital Pharmacist monitoring the distribution of medicines to the refugees.
PML(N) donated wheat and other food items to refugees at the Caltex Station.
Donated wheat by PML(N) as a gift from Punjab to refugees.
Free food being cooked for thousands of refugees at Caltex Station daily with the support and donation from the community.
Banner requesting people to support refugees in the hour of their need.
Caltex Station, which is now the HQ for Refugee activities is filled with hundreds of refugees seeking relief supplies.
Free wheat being distributed to Buner Refugees by the local community based on ID cards.
JI collecting donations for Buner Refugees at various points in Mardan District.
Government Highschool, Khairabad, Mardan District, NWFP, Pakistan is now a converted refugee center.
Principle has shutdown the school temporarily to support the influx of refugees in the facility.
Classrooms are now homes to refugees.
a hand water pump for refugees.
Local Police assisting in relief efforts at Khairabad High School
A make shift registration counter for refugees at the Khairabad High School, Mardan, Pakistan.
The High School has registered over 1000 families to this date.
Refugee Registration card issued by the government so that they can qualify for relief goods.
Refugees standing in line to get registered.
Fresh refugees arriving from Buner at the Khairabad, High School trying to unload their belongings at the facility.
Crossing a military convoy returning from the war front.
Road leading to Buner from Rustum. It is usually under curfew.
A Relief camp set up by citizens of the villages around the town of Rustum.
Community leaders of villages around Rustum supporting relief effort with UM Trust Hospital volunteers.
Free food is cooked for 2200 refugees daily by the people. Everything here is donated by the poor who earn less than 200 dollars a month but supporting 2200 people.
Food and more food being cooked for thousands of refugees streaming in.
Local Rustum community donating clothes, shoes and anything that the refugees require.
UM Hospital Banner depicting the services extended to the refugees free of cost at our facility.
Leading politicians visit UM Hospital to thank in person the efforts extended to the refugees by the Trust.
Punjab Provincial Minister applauding UM Trust at the hospital for our relief efforts.