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Thank You Crescent Radio Listeners!

A huge thank you to the generosity of Crescent Radio listeners in Rochdale and elsewhere in the world that together helped us raise £16,629 on our live Ramadan appeal on the 27th of May. This will go towards our second Kidney Dialysis centre in Kalu Khan, a remote area of Pakistan

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RAMZAAN DONATION APPEAL 2018

The Holy month of Ramzaan is on the way when mercies and barkats will be showering upon us. For every good deed we do during this month the rewards are far more than during any other month of the year. Medical Aid(UK) at present is concentrating on the FREE TREATMENT

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Pakeeza Women’s Group Rochdale

The Pakeeza Women’s Group Rochdale have a history of doing some amazing work for the community, we would like to show our gratification for their previous fundraiser, raising £5000 for Medical Aid UK towards the new Kidney Dialysis Centre in Gilgit and also their most recent donation of £565. Council

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Opening Ceremony – Kidney Haemo-Dialysis Centre In Gilgit, Northern Pakistan

Local people of Gilgit are to see the opening of a new state-of-the-art Kidney Haemo-dialysis Centre which is now near completion. The unit is the first Kidney Dialysis centre that Medical Aid UK have set up, based in the City Government Hospital, Gilgit. This Vital Health service will help many

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The request of an elderly Kalu Khan resident

Medical Aid UK received a request from an elderly philanthropist, Mr Fateh Muhammad Khan, who’s a resident in Kalu Khan, in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. Mr Khan is prepared to donate two new kidney haemo-dialysis machines costing around £18,000 and has made a request to Medical Aid UK to help establish a

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Getting Our First Dialysis Machine

We will be setting up our first Kidney Dialysis Centre in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Gilgit-Baltistan presently consists of 10 (ten) districts and has a population of over 1.5 (one and a half million) people. However, due to poor infrastructure, mountainous location and lack of funding and other resources, basic health facilities

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