Project Kashmir Hospital is Canadians for Global Care's first fundraising project. The goal of this mission is to build a fully functioning hospital in the Kashmir region and to continue financial support and expertise to help ensure quality care is maintained for all.
Though construction began back in 2009, and is now almost in its completion phase, the story for this project began back in 2005. On the morning of 8th October 2005 a catastrophic earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale struck the unsuspecting people of Northern Pakistan. For six terrifying, agonising minutes the earth shook and when it stopped, over 87,000 people had lost their lives, tens of thousands were severely injured and over three million were made homeless.The glaringly obvious lack of appropriate medical facilities even before the disaster was very obvious to all and a devoted team of medical professionals dedicated themselves to begin the building of a charitable hospital in the region.
This project has only reached this far due to YOUR help and desperately NEEDS your HELP to continue. Please consider making a donation of $50 regular monthly donations or a one time donation to help make this project a reality.