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Irfan khan

Founder & CEO & Educator, United Girls Development Organization

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We are the youth of Pushtu family, Khan family, and we want change.

We are the youth of the Khan or Pushtu tribe of Pakistan, and we have been effected by the flood and swat war and bomb blasts. Now we want peace, education, health facilities and most important, we want to promote girls education and human equal rights in Pakistan.

For this purpose I am starting an idea that combines youth from villages, boys and girls, to help them find education.

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  • Apr 14 2013: Irfan I'd say many charities if they knew about you would definitely help.

    We often wonder whether the Foreign Aid money given is going to the right places and actually gets to the people.

    With someone like yourself in Pakistan clearly it would. Your statement of purpose is impressive and it is what most in the Western countries wish for your country too.

    In Australia we have World Vision where we sponsor children for 8 yrs. or more with food, clothing, education so please contact them. Also all the other organisations others here are talking about. We have an amazing organisation called Rotary Australia who have been sponsoring such projects and now about to be one in Northern India.

    I'd contact the Bill Gates foundation and the Bill & Hillary Clinton foundation.

    Imagine all the money on running the military could be done away with.

    Microchip contraception for women has done wonders in Ghana, first 6 months has stopped 280,000 unwanted pregnancies and the deaths of 30,000 in child birth.

    http://graphic.com.gh/Health/expanding-contraceptive-options-for-ghana's-women

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