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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

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Sunday, December 25, 2005

Remembrance Week - 26th December, 2005 - 1st January, 2006

WWH Remembrance WeekLast year, on the 26th December, an earthquake, and then a tsunami, killed, wounded, or impoverished hundreds of thousands of people in South Asia.

During the course of the year, other disasters took their toll too. Most devastating of them: Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the South-East coast of the USA; and another enormous earthquake near Pakistan's border with India.

These disasters took their immediate toll, and, each time, the world tried to help. But as calamity piled upon calamity, there has been a certain amount of fatigue. Perhaps people's stock of goodwill has run low. Perhaps seeing too much suffering hardens us.

But, the fact is, the suffering from those disasters has not ceased. Parts of South Asia have still not recovered from December 26th, 2004. In the USA, normalcy hasn't returned to New Orleans. In Pakistan, thousands are still homeless, and may not survive the harsh Himalayan winter.

They need your help.

Last December and this January, the online community came together as never before to help in the aid efforts in South-East Asia. The lessons learned there were put to use, and improved upon, when the other tragic events of the year unfolded.

Can we harness that goodwill, that togetherness, that willingness to help once more?

The WorldWideHelp group would like you to join us in Remembrance Week. Here's what we suggest you do.

WWH Remembrance WeekUse your blogs, your home pages, your wikis, your newsletters. Link to your favourite charities and NGOs, write a paragraph about them and the work they are doing, and ask your readers to make a donation. (If you'd like to find some more charities and NGOs, please take a look at this page on our TsunamiHelp wiki, this one on our KatrinaHelp wiki, or this one on our QuakeHelp wiki.)

Please link back to this page to help pass the word. You can use the image above.

Please use this Technorati Tag: .
Here's the code:
<a href="http://www.technorati.com/tag/disaster%20remembrance%20week" rel="tag">Disaster Remembrance Week</a>

In this post, we have a few more banners and buttons, with intructions on the code you must post to use them.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Facts about CGI sheet (better choice than tents)

I wanted to share information about CGI sheets. Its better than tents and people can move to permanent homes rather than tent. Here are few facts about CGI Sheets. I got this information from City sadder road Rawalpindi after spent a day to buy 4 ton of CGI sheets.

  • Best bargain is buy sheet by weight and not by dimension.
  • Sheet should not be more than 10 feet length unless you have requirement.
  • Maximum length is 16 feet. but expert believe 10 feet will have more strength.
  • Width is 3.5 feet and after carogation its 3 feet.
  • 27 gauge sheet is suitable and more you come down better it is; mean 26 is better than 27.
  • 28 gauge and above are very thin sheet; expert in the sheet market says they don't last too long and less strength to hold.
  • Also be very cautious about when they weight ready sheet, they put extra weight which you can't detect; use digital weighing machine and check machine with standard weight before putting sheets.

Never give them full money until they load into your truck and then clear remaing balance.
I bought four ton with family fund to denote to Rawalakot. Price I paid was Rs 59.50/Kilo ($1US) (very good deal). Trader in the market are asking 67 to 70 per kilo. Please call me if you have any questions at 0300 856 8418
Some facts about weights:
1 Ton = 1000 kilo grams.
4 Ton = 4000 kilo grams.
4000= 4000 * 59.50 = RS238,000

Price for 1 Ton= Rs 59500 or $1000 USD
Price for 4 Ton = Rs 238,000 or $4000 dollars

Imran Hashmi
Sms +92300856-8418
Canada 1-416 628 9101
www.hashmi.ca

Just in from ASI Ejaz Near Line of Control India's Border

I just got SMS from Ejaz from 923002627033

The patients and survivors of panjgran, sir batna got medical treatment
after 18 days. Its just near LOC and we had to walk uphill for 8 hours from
shaheed gali, A jk. You would find mobilink signals only at sirikot


Imran Hashmi
hashmi.ca
The patients and survivors of panjgran, sir batna got medical treatment after 18 days. Its just near LOC and we had to walk uphill for 8 hours from shaheed gali, A jk. You would find mobilink signals only at sirikot.  Ejaz ASI  "sent from +923002627033"     Imran

Monday, October 31, 2005

Blood donations needed at CDA Hospital

Blood donations are needed in Capital hospital of Islamabad (CDA
Hospital)/O+ and B- blood groups needed/Please contact Mr. Abdul
hameed through these numbers/0300-5312955/051-9221334

Thursday, October 20, 2005

2-second tremor

This sms just came in from Zohare on the ground:
We just experienced an intense 2 second tremor wave.