Sikh family appeal for support to remove a critical cyst in the childs eye was met with support from KIWS and the funding of 25000 RS presented to the family by Bhai Baldev Singh of Dharam Parchar lehar Trust.
Widower Bibi Akwinder Kaur of Abrahim Gharshanker was in desperate need of support after her husband died in Dubai. With 2 young children to support and no source of income KIWS stepped up by providing bathroom, water tank, toilet, new oter wall and gate. This sewa is provided with the support of the UK and Canadian Saad Sangat.
Anju 25 years old was 95% blind when she arrived at the Nawan Shahr Free eye camp in Punjab. She was only able to visualise daylight and darkness. Anju had already tried every option to treat her eye condition and was unsuccessful. During the camp Anju broke down and wanted to end her life as it was not worth living and there was no support for her. After consulting the specialist surgeon it was decided with Anju that an expensive and risky operation would be tried on one eye as there was nothing to loose. 2 days later Anju's eye fully recovered. 2 Months later the second eye was also operated on successfully. It was an honour for KIWS sevadars to have made such a drastic change in Anju's quality of life. This is only possible with the support of the Saad Sangat and our sewadars working hard on the ground and th supporting Gurdwaras who accommodate our stalls/displays.
Bibi Sandeep Kaur runs Bhai Dharam Singh Trust Amritsar supporting orphaned girls and elderly ladies by providing for all their needs & education. KIWS has contributed 30,000 to this noble trust. BELOW
18 year old resident of Gobindpur was admitted in PGI chandigarh suffering from lung, kidney and liver failure. Unfortunately despite every effort from the doctors and 50,000 rs injection from KIWS the young man did not survive.
Right :- Guenet Kidane Gebretsadik of Ethiopia
Sukhwinder Kaur Sukhi of Birmingham divorcee of 3 small children was supported by providing a professional sowing machine (£200), grocery (£100) and £200 cash
These 2 Sikh boys Ramandeep Singh and Sarndeep Singh of Nankana Sahib are being sponsored under KIWS sponsorship program. Their private school fees, uniform, transport and financial support in general.
Gurmeet Kaur (48) resi, of Talwandi, SANGHERA, Punjab had no family members to support her and lived with her mother and had incontinence problem and acute bowl condition. She was suffering from acute infection which restricted her from sitting in any way. KIWS admitted her nto a hospital at the cost of 60,000 rs. She has improved considerably and is having ongoing treatment.
Iram Shezaddi of Nankana Sahib, Pakistan was in desperate financial need to survive hardship. KIWS provided 20,000 rs and other necessities to help childrens life forward.
ABOVE - Kamran a 9 year old resident of Nankana Sahib was suffering from Epilepsy and 95% blindness was treated by KIWS as his extremely poor family could not afford treatment.