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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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