"The world’s attention has long since moved on from the Pakistani flood story, but there are still more than 1 million people who remain displaced in Sindh alone, said U.N. humanitarian affairs chief Valerie Amos on Dec. 3 after touring the flood zone."
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2036064,00.html#ixzz187WcsmAZ

Please join us for as Young Sindhi Adults and Real Medicine Foundation hosts a happy hour mixer fundraiser awareness to bring awareness in building healthcare infrastructure in the flood ravaged region of Sindh with a live music performance by singer-songer Nita Chawla. Listen to firsthand stories by founder Dr. Martina Fuchs and Sweta Chawla on their personal stories in providing healthcare infrastructure. And, a special video tribute message by Sindhi elders and the late Ambassador Richard Holbrooke on his appeal to the community to help rebuild the Indus Valley Region post-floods.


Flor De Sol

361 Greenwich St # A
New York, NY 10013-2879
(212) 334-8087

When: Saturday December 18th

Time: 5:30pm  to 7:30pm

Agenda: Presentations

Dr. Martina Fuchs, CEO of Real Medicine Foundation and Dr. Sweta Chawla on building healthcare infrastructurein Sindh, Pakistan with Dr. Geet Chainani, LifebridgeUSA

Video Message of Late Ambassador Richard Holbrooke at Asia Society on Flood Relief Appeal at Asia Society in August Presented by Documentarian James Dean Conklin

Special Music Tribute Performance by Singer-Songwriter Nita Chawla and Friends To The People of Sindh and Ancestors

Suggested Donation: $10

If one cannot make it and would like to donate for health clinics in Sindh, please donate to www.realmedicinefoundation.org and make donation attention to Sindh relief.

Any information needed, please contact Hemant Wadhwani at wadhwani@translationcity.com –  201-522-6609.

More blogs on RMF’s previous Flood Relief camps can be found here: 1st2nd3rd and 4th,  5th and 6th,  7th and 8th9th and 10th, 11 and 12th

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For more information about our Flood Relief Efforts, please visit our website.

To contribute to our Flood Relief Efforts, please visit our website at realmedicinefoundation.org.

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