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Sister Farha Javeed the latest fatality from the 2013 Peshawar Twin Bomb attack

Farha Javeed (RIP) 26 year old latest Fatality of 2013 Peshawar Bomb Attack Today we received very sad news that Farha Javeed one of the BPCA supported victims of the Peshawar Bomb attack (click here), has passed away. Farha who lost her father and brother to diabetes before the attack was made bed-ridden and dependent on colostomy bags, as a consequence of the severity of her injury.  She remained brave throughout her illness and retained her faith in God, despite the debilitating circumstances.  Farha now becomes the latest fatality of the 2013 Peshawar bomb attack, an attack so severe that the whole global Pakistani Christian communit...

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Christmas gifts for victims of Peshawar twin bomb attack

Mrs Joseph receiving colostomy bags, incontinence nappies and antibiotic injections to tackle bed sores. 22nd September 2013 was one of the darkest days in the memory of Pakistani Christians. After a twin bomb attack in Peshawar 127 people were killed and over 250 people were injured, in one of the biggest losses of life to terrorism globally. Despite Government assurances few victims have received any level of compensation and children and adults of all ages scarred by physical and mental defects as a consequence of the traumatic event, have had to survive with little help.   BPCA continues to pay the annual fees for six students who were either orp...

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Sadness turns into great hope at two memorials for Peshawar attack in London.

Wilson Chowdhry prayed for succour for the families of victims of Pakistan's most recent brutal attack before placing a candle on the altar. Mourners gathered in London to share a moment of reflection on the tragic killing of over 80 school children, their teachers and protectors in Peshawar yesterday.  The brutal attack which involved six Taliban insurgents armed with guns and grenades, sent shock-waves across the globe.   In a show of solidarity around 150 Pakistanis gathered at the High Commission of Pakistan, a marquee was set up by the High Commission to help people grieve together, under a shelter. The High Commissioner of Pakistan Syed Ibne Abbas o...

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BPCA shows solidarity with victims of Peshawer school attack

Two children escaping the violence with Military soldiers. The BPCA condemns the violent attack on the army-run school in Peshawar Pakistan today (16th December 2014)  The fatal attack has resulted in over 130 deaths, of which in excess of 80 have been reported as children.  The attackers are said to have been dressed like military soldiers in an attempt to subvert security protocols.   Victims were killed in classrooms, corridors and whilst hiding in the bushes of the play area. Some survivors spoke of how they played dead to avoid being shot, terrified that they would never see the light of day again. On a Radio Five Live interview today Wilson Cho...

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Donations to the BPCA pay for the Annual Fees for 6 Students

Jonathan Sohail (Father), has suffered injuries that prevent him earning enough to support his children through school. Our donations will pay the school fees of Ashban Sohail his son who is a student of F.S.C. in Edward College. The BPCA has paid the annual School fees for six victims of the Peshawer bomb attack. The recipients were unable to cover these expenses due to death or injury to the main bread winner in their respective households. This work is addition to the numerous medical fees, food supplements and restorative aids we have provided to other victims. Some of which are detailed in the links below: http://www.britishpakistanichristians.org/blog/pes...

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Peshawar victims continue to receive supplies from BPCA, however we desperately need further funds to complete our relief programme

We have provided wheelchairs and mattresses to over 30 victims. Over the last month the BPCA have visited over 103 victims of the Peshawar bomb attack. Many of these casualties of the unprovoked attack, have relied on our food parcels and medical supplies, due to an ability to work and earn form themselves. Moreover, whilst visiting we have compiled a list of items that victims have personally requested, items which they feel enable them to cope with the unfortunate situations they find themselves in. We will be posting a complete list of needs by tomorrow and pray that some of you feel moved to donate towards our relief work which is providing essential support...

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Our Relief Aid work in Peshawar

Mansoor Gill with some of the food supplies to be distributed to local victims of the Peshawar bombings. Prem Masih has lost three grandsons Tony, Amir, Zamir and one granddaughter Prem masih is holding one of his grandson picture whose name is Zamir who lost his life in the bomb blast. The loss of three children from this family has caused great sorrow. The BPCA will be continuing its relief fund to help this beleaguered community. Donations will pay towards false limbs, support for orphaned children and counseling for families grieving for the bereaved and injured. If you would like to donate to our relief work our bank details are as follows: Sort Co...

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