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BPCA raises concerns over the nature of British educational aid programmes to Pakistan

Juliet Chowdhry Trustee for the BACA (centre) meets with sisters Sherish and Farzana who survived a brutal gunpoint gang-rape. Sign our petition to stop UK foreign aid to Pakistan (here) BPCA has expressed a number of concerns to the International Development Committee parliamentary inquiry team examining the nature of British aid to Pakistan. In a submission prepared by Desmond Fernandes, a former senior lecturer at De Montfort University, BPCA has highlighted the way in which many Department for International Development (DFID) educational aid-linked projects in Pakistan have not been designed or implemented in an effective, transparent or ...

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Four blasphemy victims you never knew BACA was supporting...

Image of Nabeel Masih only 16 when convicted for blasphemy. 8 years ago, Zafar Bhatti was arrested for allegedly sending blasphemous texts and has had to suffers several postponements to his appeal against charges which he has always refuted. Despite strong evidence that the initial accusation was false Zafar has been locked away in Adiala jail. Read more (here). Please sign our petition calling for an end to Pakistan's blasphemy laws (click here) His wife Nawab Bibi is now fully supported by BPCA; with a fully paid for home, travel costs for visits to Zafar in prison, all necessary medical care for Zafar and Nawab and clothes and oth...

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In Thailand we continue to support vulnerable mothers whose husbands are locked in IDC - with your help we can aid more!

In 2018 after one of the largest raids on an asylum seeker condo by Bangkok authorities  led to the arrest of Humaira and her children British Asian Christian Association, helped Sumaira and her children escape the brutal Bangkok Immigration Detention Centre.  Since then we have been supporting her financially and like many other wives and mothers Humaira is still praying for the release from the IDC of her husband.  Until that long awaited date BPCA will stand shoulder to shoulder with her to ensure that her essential needs are catered for. We are also supporting Sapna whose husband was arrested during the same raid....

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BPCA submits a report to a UK parliamentary inquiry questioning the effectiveness and coherence of the UK Department for International Development’s aid programme for Pakistan

Juliet Chowdhry Trustee of the BPCA (nearest with poster of 125 Martyrs) at protest organised BPCA after twin bomb attack at church in Peshawar killed 125 people. Juliet lost 13 members of her family in the attack. Sign our petition to stop UK foreign aid to Pakistan (here) The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) this week submitted a report (authored by Desmond Fernandes)[i] to the International Development Committee’s parliamentary inquiry into the effectiveness and coherence of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID’s) aid programme for Pakistan. BPCA shared a number of its key concerns relating to DFID’s...

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