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Hasan Abdal, Pakistan: UNITED SIKHS, in collaboration with the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Bangkok, distributed humanitarian aid relief items including coats for the winter to more than 1,000 families in Hasan Abdal (Panja Sahib), Punjab, Pakistan. These families include Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), who have been uprooted from their homes in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan because of natural disasters and other conflicts. Further, many lack sources of income as a result of the situation.
We are doing everything we can to keep IDPs warm as they spend winter away from home, but we need your continued support! Please donate generously; no amount is too little. Your donations will help provide basic needs for disaster victims in Pakistan.

UNITED SIKHS volunteer distributing relief items among needy families
UNITED SIKHS distributed the humanitarian aid relief items donated by ‎the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara sangat of Thailand, which were shipped from Bangkok, Thailand to Pakistan. The consignment was cleared with the help National Trust for Population Welfare, NATPOW at Karachi Sea Port Pakistan. Distribution took place at Panja Sahib and adjacent areas in the district of Hasan Abdal.
"Among the distributed clothes, there were winter clothes and coats to help the poor face the cold weather of the winter season. Suits were also distributed to the residents, especially children. This aid helped the poor obtain clothes, and made the children happy," said Herdyal Singh, UNITED SIKHS Project Coordinator in Pakistan.
IDP children receiving clothes aid from UNITED SIKHS.
"The Sikh sangat of Bangkok responded to the plight of displaced persons need for clothes. We are grateful to UNITED SIKHS and The National Trust for Population Welfare (NATPOW) for making the distribution of clothes a success," said Pinderpal Singh, who coordinated the efforts of the sangat.
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