MMBT
winter APPEAL
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Whoever relieves a believer’s distress of the distressful aspects of this world, Allah will rescue him from the difficulty of the difficulties of the Hereafter.
(Muslim)
Climate change is imposing extreme winter in Pakistan. People living in makeshift arrangements and marginalized segments might face hard and big challenges to survive. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and now harsh winter will make the situation tougher for them.

We are working in the high altitude areas of Swat and Kashmir where winters are so tough with heavy snowfalls. Did you know cold weather can kill us?

According to medical experts, cold weather can drop the human body temperature. It is also a high-risk threat to infants, children, the elderly, and those who have respiratory diseases.

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MMBT's Response

MMBT aims to raise 5 Million PKR through the Winter Appeal campaign to help them and save their lives. This year, we are focusing on helping jobless and corona affected communities in the remote valleys of Swat and Kashmir.

Did you know that coldness might cause death? How winter can affect your health?
  • Fever
  • Influenza, Flu
  • Cough
  • Hypothermia
  • Cracks and burns the skin
  • Frostnip and frostbite
  • Diminishes immune system
  • Asthma attacks
  • Pneumonia
  • Increasing the risk of heart attack & stroke

There are many causes of disease and death among infants, children, and the elderly in these areas because they do not have the basic need to face cold weather such as a jacket, coal, food, blanket, etc.

CORONAVIRUS APPEAL
As the world focuses on preventing the spread of Covid-19, MMBT is providing support to vulnerable people. Your generous support can help us reach over to more people.
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MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH APPEAL
As Covid-19 devastates already fragile health systems, additional children under five could die a day, without urgent action. Your support can allow us to help more in need.
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WINTER APPEAL
Climate change is imposing extreme winter in Pakistan. With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the conditions are getting worse. Your support can help us make the winters warm for them.
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