WELCOME TO IEPR

IEPR – International Education and Poverty Relief is registered charity as Almadad Charity Foundation in Pakistan.

ABOUT US

IEPR is trying to change and transform  lives of Orphans, poor and vulnerable young people through education!

IEPR tries to help and create a healthy, educated, prosperous and self sustaining society.

IEPR – International Education and Poverty Relief is registered as  Almadad Charity Foundation in Lalamusa Pakistan.

We are working in Pakistan and India – education and relief of poverty projects.
We work with the Homeless people  in UK.

How do we achieve our mission?

  • Through merit based scholarships awarded to poor, needy and especially orphan children of Pakistan.
  • Running a highly subsidized ambulance service in Pakistan for the poor and the needy.
  • Help to run poverty relief projects in India in partnership with other charities.

OUR CHARACTERISTICS

Motivation
Humility
Respectfulness
Compassion
HOW YOU CAN HELP

Sponsor an orphan from as little as £60 a year that is just £5 a month!
Set up direct debit from just £3 a month that is less than cost of 9 inch pizza! Only10p a day.
Became a volunteer.
Help us in our future fundraising activities.

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OUR WORK

Expanding our student scholarship program into rural parts of Pakistan. Build Vocational Training Centers in Pakistan. Transforming lives of people in Pakistan by improving access to clean water. Working with the Homeless people in UK and much more.

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EDUCATION

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The seeking of knowledge is obligatory for every Muslim.” – Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 74

OUR WORK

Impact of IEPR

Student scholarship total number = 402

  • Male = 189
  • Female = 213
  • Orphans = 100

Breakdown of students

Pre GCSE = 232
GCSE = 33
FA/F SC = 100
BA/BSc/B Ed = 33
MA/MBA/M.Sc. = 3
PHD = 1

What does scholarship cover

  • School/college/university fees.
  • Uniforms.
  • Text books.
  • Traveling costs for University students.

Our expenditure

  • Student Scholarship expenditure: 2012/2013 was 2.9 million Rupees.
  • Forecast for 2013/2014 is 3.4 million Rupees.

Current IEPR projects

  • Merit based scholarship to underprivileged, poor and disadvantaged and orphan children in our society.
  • Ambulance service – This is provided to patients on non profit basis. The service is highly subsidized so that only running costs are met. In event of natural disasters and for people with little or no income the ambulance service is totally free

Future IEPR projects

  • Expanding our student scholarship program into rural parts of Pakistan
  • Build Vocational Training Centers in Pakistan
  • Transforming lives of people in Pakistan by improving access to clean water.
  • Working with the Homeless people in UK
  • Work with other charities to provide help and support to Special Needs Children.
  • Organizing and setting up free medical camps in Pakistan with our partner charities.

WHY EDUCATION

Hadith on education:
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “The seeking of knowledge is obligatory for every Muslim.” – Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 74

Sayings of Hazrat Ali (R.A)
Knowledge enlivens the soul.
The learned lives, although he dies.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”.
Nelson Mandela

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WHY WE HELP ORPHANS

According to Islam, orphans are those children who are left with no protection because their fathers have passed away. Many orphans have no source of income and/or a guardian to take care of them. This is where Muslims as a community have to step in and aid the orphans even if the mother is still living.

EVENTS

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THE HOMELESS PROJECT

Helping to build communities, weekly Homeless Feeds in Piccadilly Manchester.

IEPR has been carrying out weekly homeless feeds with other charities for over 4 years, and before this we use to carry out the feeds once a month. We felt there was a need for more regular feeds; therefore we started a weekly feed. Now with help of volunteers we feed around 40 to 50 Homeless people very Friday AND WE ARE NOW WORKING WITH

Not for Profit organization: . We have one big Street Feed every year in the month of Ramadan where we invite all the homeless and other communities to open FAST and eat with us. In Ramadan we provide food for the homeless every night. The cold weather has already started and we are in need of sleeping bags, blankets, hats, scarfs, gloves and socks. Please donate generously so we can continue supporting our vulnerable community who are in need.
Sleeping rough on the streets of Manchester is frightening, demoralizing and isolating. Homeless people are some of the most vulnerable and socially excluded people in our society.

It is really important to remember that there many people out there on the streets who are not even able to get the basics living in the UK or they do not know where their next meal will come from or where they will be sleeping tonight.

Updates will be shared on social media.
Please donate, share and spread the word!

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FAMILY CHARITY WALK 9TH AUG 2015

FACTS

  • 19 million children in Pakistan cannot afford to go to school.
  • 1 of every 10 children not in school in the world lives in Pakistan.
  • 50% of school children (aged 6-16 years) in Pakistan can neither read nor write.
  • Only 23% of Pakistani children under the age of 16 attend secondary school.
  • Almost one-third of Pakistanis live in extreme educational poverty — having received less than two years of education.
  • 10.5 million such children are forced to work in menial jobs to support family income
  • According to UNICEF, over 17% of Pakistani children are working and supporting their families.
  • Most of the 10.5 million are completely illiterate and some even live on the street, finding it difficult to integrate into mainstream society even if they are given the opportunity.
  • 1 of every 10 children not in school in the world lives in Pakistan.
  • 50% of school children (aged 6-16 years) in Pakistan can neither read nor write.
  • Only 23% of Pakistani children under the age of 16 attend secondary school.
  • Almost one-third of Pakistanis live in extreme educational poverty — having received less than two years of education.
  • 10.5 million such children are forced to work in menial jobs to support family income.
  • The poor quality of the learning environment, is evident from the fact that a large number of schools lack basic infrastructure — 37.7 per cent of the schools up to the elementary level don`t have boundary walls, 33.9 per cent lack drinking water facility, 37 per cent don`t have latrines and 60 per cent are without electricity.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

  • Sponsor an orphan from as little as £60 a year that is just £5 a month!
  • Set up direct debit from just £3 a month that is less than cost of 9 inch pizza! Only10p a day.
  • Became a volunteer.
  • Help us in our future fundraising activities.

Kindly make a donation. All Payments are securely handled by PayPal. You can donate with your debit / credit card too.

 

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