Doctor fears for Rohingya refugees as COVID-19 and a cyclone bear down on Bangladesh camps Dr. Fozia Alvi frequently travels from Airdrie, Alta., to Bangladesh, where her foundation Humanity Auxilium sends teams of doctors every other month to provide medical relief to some of the one million Rohingya refugees living there. This week, the pandemic forced her […]
LIFE SKILL CAMP FOR ORPHANS
Humanity Auxilium is partnering with Education Development And Services (EDAS) to help nearly 500 orphans in Bangladesh attend a Life Skills Camp — which is an opportunity of a lifetime for these children. During their time in this camp, orphans aged six to 18 will take part in inspirational lectures, intensive workshops, embark on educational trips and immersions, along with games and outdoor activities. These orphans, many who have not been to the city, will also receive daily essentials, such as food, accommodations, education, clothing, and medical care.
Here are the expectations of the Life Skills Camp that we want to be able to provide for these orphans:
1. A source of happiness and joy to the orphans
2. An avenue to improve academic performances and engage in extracurricular activities
3. Help improve character, morality and boost their skills and talents
4. Medical relief and attention
Fozia Alvi MD.
Founder and CEO
"You need to do what you can and live with your actions later on, donate, write to an MP, or even simply tell a friend or family member. Best case scenario, you’ll have played a small role in mitigating a genocide. Worst case, you’ll have fulfilled a commitment to your fellow human beings."
LOVING HOMES, PROPER HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION
You can take action right now to help save countless lives! The Rohingya living in Bangladesh’s refugee camps desperately need our aid as the COVID-19 crisis worsens around the world. The camps are far more vulnerable than other places that have been hard-hit by COVID-19 due to the lack of basic necessities, medical aid, and […]
I will forever be haunted by the story of the girl in the red dress. I sat in a Rohingya refugee tent in Myanmar, listening to horrific stories of murder, arson and rape. One woman was telling me how her baby was snatched from her arms and thrown into the burning remains of their home. […]
I want to share my happiness. Today is such a great day for me, as I just got a call from Bangladesh. Today I got news from Yunus, that one boy that I was struggling so hard this past year to get to university in Bangladesh. That one boy, Yunus, got his UNCHR (United Nations […]
The forgotten Rohingya
3rd year anniversary of the military crackdown in Myanmar which expelled 800,000 Rohingya
AIDS & Community Health Walk
I am delighted and honored to be participating in this year's Rotary District 7070 AIDS & Community Health Walk which is going on till July 29th, 2020. We are raising awareness and supporting APAA (Africans in Partnership Against AIDS). Please sign up for a fun virtual walk and or donate at rotaryaidswalk.ca #RotaryResponds, #Rotary