Organize and support health care camps in small towns and villages to benefit the poor
To Provide Free Eye Healthcare services for the poor people to save sight and restore vision.
To provide free of cost permanent medical services to poorest community by qualified medical personnel.
Food for Life
to provide food packages to those poor families who are in need of it especially those affected by disasters and poverty.
Provide relief to disaster affected families during disasters like earthquakes, floods and other natural & man made disasters.
Provide financial assistance to schools in poor communities of the world to meet their needs & expenses in order to provide better education to children.
Support a Student
to provide financial assistance to poor students unable to afford & continue their education
Job skills training
To equip poor persons especially females with professional skills to earn and be self sufficient and improve quality of life.
Why you should choose US
In October 2005 a major earthquake shocked the Kashmir Region of Pakistan killing by some estimates over 100,000 people in Kashmir, India and Afghanistan. In response we registered a local NGO (Non Government Organization) the Human Relief Organization to provide primary healthcare, shelter and food for those affected by the earthquake of 2005. In the decade after the earthquake, HRO has continued to provide assistance to those affected by natural disasters and to the poor and needy of Pakistan. Since 2006 HRO has provided such help to over 200,000 people. It is Good News for the Poor. We are continuing to work with the Human Relief Organization from here in the United States. In March 2016 we registered HRO as a 501(C)(3) Nonprofit Charity Organization with tax-exempt status to provide financial accountability here in the United States.
No admin cost
We send 100% of all donations to field projects. All team members are volunteers and no employees
tax deductible donations
HRO is 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are fully tax deductible:Tax ID # 81-1630079
Our accounts are regularly audited by certified chartered accountants and we assure max transparency in projects
With decades of experience, our professional staff have broad knowledge of community issues and needs.
Our Mission is to proclaim good news to the poor and needy by providing free of cost quality healthcare, food, education disaster relief
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36 year old Mukhtar Mai was spending very happy married life with her 3 children and husband in Pakistan administered Kashmir until earthquake came on October 8, 2005 when all of her family members were berried under the rubble of her collapsed house. She was paralyzed after a heavy block fell on her. She survived after[…]
Field story of Shah Gulla: Shah Gulla 48 Years from a flood affected Village of Pakistan. She is a widow and has been living in poor conditions for the last so many years with her husband & 4 children. They used to live in a mud house of two rooms constructed by her husband. Her husband[…]
While conducting free medical camp and free eye camp in a poor community in Pakistan; Mr. Ghulam Rasool and his family were one of the beneficiary of the camp. Residing in rented facility of one room house both of them were having weak eye side and child sick. Due to weak vision both were unable[…]
Shazia, an elderly woman, a grandmother, had a son died several years before. She is bread winner for her family comprising widow of her son, with three children. She was telling her story of emergency night travelling by foot to Bannu with no accompanying men. She was old, ill and having joint problems along with[…]
A 70-year old man, was suffering from fever and being treated by a doctor. “We are 16 in my family,” he explained: “Five daughters, three sons, six grandsons, my wife and myself, all living in a hut with a cover made of plastic and our clothes. We lost all our standing crops — cotton, vegetables, rice in[…]
Below, we have a touching glimpse from field in the region of what life is like for one lady and her family. “We didn’t know that one day our only shelter and livelihood would be washed away by the floods.” Shy and hesitant, with a concerned expression of grief on her face, grabbed our attention[…]
Lost Everything in Short Time HRO recently distributed food packages in Christian Population of Sialkot District, where Laiba, a food package recipient, shared her story of unfortunate losses. A thirty year old mother and widow, Laiba, with her two children including a newborn, no longer has a home in which to live, no financial[…]