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Global Healing Pakistan

Welcome to Global Healing Pakistan

Global Healing Pakistan is an affiliate of the Global Healing initaitive.

We are working to bring peace, justice, and sustainability to Pakistan.

The launch of Global Healing Pakistan took place March 6th.

Below is a short video of our event.




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    On March 4, thousands of Christians and Muslims gathered in Khushpur, a Christian village in the Punjab province of Pakistan, at the funeral of late Shahbaz Bahtti. Young boys... More »

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international Course on Leadership for Community Health & Development Last Updated on 2016-01-06 10:23:24 Zubaida Shamim Dewan , General Secretary Global Healing Initiative Pakistan has participated in international Course on Leadership for Community Health & Development '' People's Participation in Local Governance in Health'' from September 6, 2015 to October 2015 which was organized by Asian Health Institute in Nisshin, Aichi, Japan. Her participation made a big difference in the work of GHI-P specially in health sector and other program of GHI, like Peace and Justice, Interfaith Harmony, Human Rights, women Empowerment http://www.ryujo.ac.jp/christcenter/archives/1346   More »
Men Are Stepping Up to Fight Child Marriage in Pakistan Last Updated on 2015-08-15 09:58:27 Men make up the majority of a rights group working to protect girls and women. Audience members were captivated as the play unfolded around the story of a young girl forced into marriage and the struggles of life as a child bride. By the end, several were weeping openly and many resolved to protect their daughters from the same fate. Theater is certainly an effective way to shed light on an issue few want to discuss—and Pakistan-based nonprofit Sujag Sansar Organization, which promotes women’s rights, especially via anti–child marriage efforts in Dadu District, helms these performances. But what makes SSO notable is that it’s mostly men who are standing up for women; seven out of 10 board members and 200 of the 300 volunteers are male. The reason: Cultural traditions discourage women from working outside the home, according to Mashooque Birhamani, SSO’s... More »
Pakistan executes Shafqat Hussain despite international appeal Last Updated on 2015-08-04 12:46:56                                  Shafqat Hussain is at the left, and pictured with his family on the right.   Islamabad (CNN) After numerous postponements and despite appeals from human rights group across the world, Pakistan executed Shafqat Hussain on Tuesday. Hussain, 24, was convicted of killing a child when he was just 14 and his supporters have long contended he was tortured into confessing. He was hanged in a Karachi prison in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the rights group Reprieve said. "Shafqat's execution speaks to all that is wrong with Pakistan's race to the gallows," said Maya Foa, director of the death penalty team at Reprieve. "He faced a catalogue of injustice, sentenced... More »
How One Pakistani Town Mastered Religious Tolerance Last Updated on 2015-06-02 16:17:05             Pakistan has become synonymous with terrorism. On most local and international news channels, we hear about minorities getting slaughtered at the hands of extremists; attacks on temples, churches, imambargahs; or the forced conversions of Hindus and Christians in the country. I reckon you might be pleasantly surprised to know that there is a small town in Tharparkar, a district of the Sindh province where none of this is happening. Mithi is one of the few towns in Pakistan where Muslims do not form the majority. In this quiet portion of a sprawling desert, both Hindus and Muslims have lived together like brothers since the creation of Pakistan. In November 2014, when I was selected for a three-week fellowship program in the United States, I met a gentleman from Sindh who was also among my batch. He introduced himself like... More »
Pakistan Couple Burned to Death For Blasphemy Allegation Last Updated on 2014-11-10 16:09:18             CNN story on couple killed for blasphemy allegations.   (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Bishop Salamat Khokhar. More »