KIRF will work with the Kashmiri, Pakistani and international communities globally to help rebuild and rehabilitate the disaster area.
Kashmir International Relief Trust
Kashmir International Relief Fund (KIRF) is the largest charity and NGO in Kashmir – the region most affected by the devastating earthquake on 8th October 2005. As a registered UK charity, KIRF has been at the forefront of providing humanitarian relief, welfare and development to the people of Kashmir since 1992. KIRF has a long understanding and capability to deal with the human tragedy resulting from natural or political disasters. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this unprecedented earthquake in the region. KIRF will use all its efforts to help the emergency relief effort in the short term and also to lead the way in the long-term development effort that will be necessary in the weeks, months and years to come.
KIRF will work with the Kashmiri, Pakistani and international communities globally to help rebuild and rehabilitate the disaster
area. KIRF has and will always work in Kashmir – especially when the world’s attention turns elsewhere.
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