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ABDUL SATTAR EDHI AND EDHI FOUNDATION

Edhi Foundation

The Edhi Foundation is a non-profit social welfare program in Pakistan, founded by Abdul Sattar Edhi[3] in 1951. Edhi is the head of the organization and his wife Bilquis, a nurse, oversees the maternity and adoption services of the foundation. Its headquarters are in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Edhi Foundation provides 24-hour emergency assistance across the nation of Pakistan and abroad. The Foundation provides, among many other services, shelter for the destitute, free hospitals and medical care, drug rehabilitation services, and national and international relief efforts. Its main focuses are Emergency Services, Orphans, Handicapped Persons, Shelters, Education, Healthcare, International Community Centers, Blood & Drug Bank, air ambulance services, Marine And Coastal Services.

Edhi established his first welfare center and then the Edhi Trust with a mere Rs. 5000 {Approx. .56}. What started as one man operating from a single room in Karachi is now the Edhi Foundation, the largest welfare organization in Pakistan. The foundation has over 300 centers across the country, in big cities, small towns and remote rural areas, providing medical aid, family planning and emergency assistance. They own air ambulances, providing quick access to far-flung areas.
In Karachi alone, the Edhi Foundation runs 8 hospitals providing free medical care, eye hospitals, diabetic centers, surgical units, a 4- bed cancer hospital and mobile dispensaries. In addition to these the Foundation also manages two blood banks in Karachi.

In Karachi alone, the Edhi Foundation runs 8 hospitals providing free medical care, eye hospitals, diabetic centres, surgical units, a 4- bed cancer hospital and mobile dispensaries. In addition to these the Foundation also manages two blood banks in Karachi. As with other Edhi services, employed professionals and volunteers run these. The foundation has a Legal aid department, which provides free services and has secured the release of countless innocent prisoners. Commissioned doctors visit jails on a regular basis and also supply food and other essentials to the inmates. There are 15 ” Apna Ghar” [“Our Home”] homes for the destitute children, runaways, and psychotics and the Edhi Foundation states that over the years 3 million children have been rehabilitated and reunited with their families thorough the Edhi network.
The foundation also has an education scheme, which apart from teaching reading and writing covers various vocational activities such as driving, pharmacy and para-medical training. The emphasis is on self-sufficiency.

Edhi’s vision is to create an institution that will carry on his life’s work and survive for a long time to come. His dream is that of a Pakistan as a modern welfare state, which provides a safety net for the poor and needy while providing basic health and education with vocational skills. A welfare state Edhi feels is the only way to tackle Pakistan’s myriad social problems. He hopes that one day, Pakistan will be a model for other developing countries.

Programs

Welfare activities
Baby cradles (jhoolas) are installed at most Edhi centers, where unwanted or abandoned babies may be left. Adoptions are then arranged for the infants.
Destitute homes (Apna Ghar) service orphans, runaways, and the mentally ill.
Warehouses hold supplies for emergency situations.
Missing Persons Service posts bulletins for missing persons in the press, on radio and TV.
Prisoner’s Aid provides provisions and legal aid to imprisoned persons.
Graveyard Services provide washing and burials for unclaimed bodies. Religious services are provided according to the deceased’s religious affiliation.
Public Kitchens feed the hungry in Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi

Emergency Services
Note The Edhi Foundation is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest volunteer ambulance organization in the world.
Field Ambulance Service provides 1800 ambulances (the largest ambulance fleet in Pakistan and the largest private ambulance service network in the world).
Air Ambulance Service provides two airplanes and one helicopter.
Marine and Coastal Service provides weather warnings, air-drops food supplies, and recovers dead bodies.
Emergency Checkposts provides immediate, emergency care.
Projects
Highway Projects are developing new Edhi centers across the nation of Pakistan.
Blood and Drug Banks provide medicine to needy persons. They also collect and store blood for transfusions.
Cancer Research Hostel houses 50 cancer patients in Karachi.
International Activities
Refugee Assistance provides help to refugees in Pakistan.
International Community Centers are established in several nations to assist Pakistanis and other Asians overseas.
Offices Abroad are Edhi Foundation offices established in other nations, such as Japan, the UK, and the USA.
Edhi Adoption center phone number is 0092-21-32443158.
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Edhi Foundation

The Edhi Foundation is a non-profit social welfare program in Pakistan, founded by Abdul Sattar Edhi[3] in 1951. Edhi is the head of the organization and his wife Bilquis, a nurse, oversees the maternity and adoption services of the foundation. Its headquarters are in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Edhi Foundation provides 24-hour emergency assistance across the nation of Pakistan and abroad. The Foundation provides, among many other services, shelter for the destitute, free hospitals and medical care, drug rehabilitation services, and national and international relief efforts. Its main focuses are Emergency Services, Orphans, Handicapped Persons, Shelters, Education, Healthcare, International Community Centers, Blood & Drug Bank, air ambulance services, Marine And Coastal Services.

Edhi established his first welfare center and then the Edhi Trust with a mere Rs. 5000 {Approx. .56}. What started as one man operating from a single room in Karachi is now the Edhi Foundation, the largest welfare organization in Pakistan. The foundation has over 300 centers across the country, in big cities, small towns and remote rural areas, providing medical aid, family planning and emergency assistance. They own air ambulances, providing quick access to far-flung areas.
In Karachi alone, the Edhi Foundation runs 8 hospitals providing free medical care, eye hospitals, diabetic centers, surgical units, a 4- bed cancer hospital and mobile dispensaries. In addition to these the Foundation also manages two blood banks in Karachi.

In Karachi alone, the Edhi Foundation runs 8 hospitals providing free medical care, eye hospitals, diabetic centres, surgical units, a 4- bed cancer hospital and mobile dispensaries. In addition to these the Foundation also manages two blood banks in Karachi. As with other Edhi services, employed professionals and volunteers run these. The foundation has a Legal aid department, which provides free services and has secured the release of countless innocent prisoners. Commissioned doctors visit jails on a regular basis and also supply food and other essentials to the inmates. There are 15 ” Apna Ghar” [“Our Home”] homes for the destitute children, runaways, and psychotics and the Edhi Foundation states that over the years 3 million children have been rehabilitated and reunited with their families thorough the Edhi network.
The foundation also has an education scheme, which apart from teaching reading and writing covers various vocational activities such as driving, pharmacy and para-medical training. The emphasis is on self-sufficiency.

Edhi’s vision is to create an institution that will carry on his life’s work and survive for a long time to come. His dream is that of a Pakistan as a modern welfare state, which provides a safety net for the poor and needy while providing basic health and education with vocational skills. A welfare state Edhi feels is the only way to tackle Pakistan’s myriad social problems. He hopes that one day, Pakistan will be a model for other developing countries.

Programs

Welfare activities
Baby cradles (jhoolas) are installed at most Edhi centers, where unwanted or abandoned babies may be left. Adoptions are then arranged for the infants.
Destitute homes (Apna Ghar) service orphans, runaways, and the mentally ill.
Warehouses hold supplies for emergency situations.
Missing Persons Service posts bulletins for missing persons in the press, on radio and TV.
Prisoner’s Aid provides provisions and legal aid to imprisoned persons.
Graveyard Services provide washing and burials for unclaimed bodies. Religious services are provided according to the deceased’s religious affiliation.
Public Kitchens feed the hungry in Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi

Emergency Services
Note The Edhi Foundation is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest volunteer ambulance organization in the world.
Field Ambulance Service provides 1800 ambulances (the largest ambulance fleet in Pakistan and the largest private ambulance service network in the world).
Air Ambulance Service provides two airplanes and one helicopter.
Marine and Coastal Service provides weather warnings, air-drops food supplies, and recovers dead bodies.
Emergency Checkposts provides immediate, emergency care.
Projects
Highway Projects are developing new Edhi centers across the nation of Pakistan.
Blood and Drug Banks provide medicine to needy persons. They also collect and store blood for transfusions.
Cancer Research Hostel houses 50 cancer patients in Karachi.
International Activities
Refugee Assistance provides help to refugees in Pakistan.
International Community Centers are established in several nations to assist Pakistanis and other Asians overseas.
Offices Abroad are Edhi Foundation offices established in other nations, such as Japan, the UK, and the USA.
Edhi Adoption center phone number is 0092-21-32443158.

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