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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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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 »
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Save Water Save Life Last Updated on 2014-06-24 20:39:42 Miss Zubaida Shamim Dewan presents on "Save the Water" at Global Healing meeting in Lahore Pakistan More »
Christians Protest rally against attack on Peshawar church : September 22, 2013 Last Updated on 2014-02-28 04:28:29 The two attackers struck at the end of a service at All Saints Church in Peshawar, the main town in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province which has borne the brunt of a bloody Islamist insurgency in recent years. Sahibzada Anees, one of Peshawar’s most senior officials, told reporters the bombers struck when the service had just ended. “Most of the wounded are in critical condition,” Anees said. “We are in an area which is a target of terrorism and within that area there was a special security arrangement for the church. We are in a rescue phase and once it is over we will investigate what went wrong.” Former minister for inter-faith harmony Paul Bhatti and provincial lawmaker Fredrich Azeem Ghauri both said the attack was the deadliest ever targeting Christians in Pakistan. The K-P government announced Rs500,000 in compensation to the families of victims in... More »
Pakistan Has A Month’s Worth Of Water Left — And 5 Percent Of Its Tree Cover Last Updated on 2014-02-04 15:02:27 By Ari Phillips A Pakistani woman walks back to her home carrying wood over her head that she collected to be used for cooking and heating on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013.      CREDIT: AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen Pakistan is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to the impacts of climate change due to its location, population and environmental degradation. According to a 2013 report from the Asian Development Bank, Pakistan has one month of water supply on hand. The recommended amount is 1,000 days. 80 percent of Pakistan’s agriculture relies on irrigation from the overstressed water system. Pakistan’s average temperature is expected to increase around 3 degrees Celsius within the next 50 years — this will make food and water challenges even more taxing. A new study published in the journal Nature... More »