MEDICAL CLINIC NOW OPEN

MEDICAL CLINIC NOW OPEN

In partnership with World Compassion Fellowship, RAM Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of its new medical clinic located next the Sablone House. An overwhelming turnout showed up for medical care, with 100 people lining up to be seen the first day.  The...
Shaheen’s Rescue

Shaheen’s Rescue

An 18-year-old Christian girl, Shaheen was born into a poor family enslaved at a brick kiln. Despite working day and night they still did not make enough to live. Shaheen’s father was diagnosed with heart disease and was unable to work for several weeks. The...
Persecution in Pakistan | Finding Strength in a Nightmare

Persecution in Pakistan | Finding Strength in a Nightmare

When I first became a mom in 2016, I used to have a recurring nightmare that my 3rd floor walkup apartment in New York City was on fire, and I had just minutes to not only get my babies to safety, but to also gather whatever we would need to survive out of the home....
Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Pakistan’s COVID-19 Response Fails Its Minorities

Living in a 99 percent Muslim country, Pakistan’s minorities—Untouchable Christians, Hindus, Ahmadiyya, and enslaved brick kiln workers—face systemic discrimination on any given day as they seek jobs, education, and healthcare. Now, these minorities will be the...
Second-Class Citizen Day | Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Second-Class Citizen Day | Religious Minorities in Pakistan

Earlier this month, Pakistan celebrated its eighth National Minorities Day. The day’s significance originates from a speech in which Pakistan’s founder, Mohammad Ali Jimnah, envisioned a Pakistan that would be respectful of all religious backgrounds. “You may belong...
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