Tag Archives: Promotion

Help a poor student of BS (Agri) at BZU Multan

By | December 30, 2016

Project ID: APPEC-2016-12-30 APPEC Point person: Muzammil Shahbaz Proposed by: Dr. Nauman Qureshi Location: Multan, Pakistan Direct Contact: mnaumanqureshi at gmail.com Summary An undergraduate student of BS Agriculture at the Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) Multan is struggling to complete his last three semesters due to financial constraints. His father has passed away and the family is now dependent on… Read More »

Helping a Poor Student of BS-Software Engineering in Abasyn University Peshawar

By | December 3, 2014

Project ID: APPEC-2014-12-03 APPEC Point person: Proposed by: Dr. Afzal Khan Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University Of Peshawar Contact: afzal_khan@upesh.edu.pk , Cell. No. 0344-414 98 79 Summary I would like to request APPEC donors to help a poor student of BS-Software Engineering (3rd Semester) in the Abasyn University, Peshawar. He need to submit Rs.32000/- per semester… Read More »

Complimentary Fundraising For Medical Expenses of (Late) Mrs. Sughra Bibi

By | August 14, 2013

APPEC Project ID: APPEC-2013-08-14 APPEC Primary Contact: Mansur KHAN, mansur_volunteer[at]yahoo{dot}com, +92 333 5120075 APPEC is running a complimentary fundraising project for paying the huge medical expenses of (late) Mrs. Sughra Bibi’s treatment for lungs collapse and repiratory system failure, only a couple of weeks after a successful liver transplant operation. Mrs. Sughra Bibi passed away… Read More »

Fundraising For Liver Transplant Operation of Mrs. Sughra Bibi

By | June 27, 2013

APPEC Project ID: APPEC-2013-06-27 APPEC Primary Contact: Mansur KHAN, mansur_volunteer[at]yahoo{dot}com, +92 333 5120075 APPEC Project Page Owner: Waqqas AKHTAR, waqqas_akhtar[at]yahoo{dot}com Update [13-08-2013]. A very sad news: Mrs. Sughra Bibi has passed away. Inna-lillah-aye-wa-inna Ilaiy-hay-Ra’ajayoon. Our deepest condolences for Usman and his family. Usman and his family are left with an enormous hospital bill of over… Read More »