Tag Archives: polio

A knock on the door

On one Saturday afternoon 17th November 2012, lying on the sofa in my parents apartment in Karachi, I heard a knock on the door, the knock intensity and pattern didn’t match any regular visitors, so I was sure that it … Continue reading

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2013 New Year’s Resolutions & 2012 Message

Hi Wonderful People! A few days behind things on the New Year resolutions but I haven’t got one to be on time and it is the first week of the year I think I have ‘switched off’. Well after an … Continue reading

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This is how I travel… (in Delhi)

After arriving in Delhi it has been a wonderful time working and learning from the UNICEF India polio team. We spoke to the BCCI and PCB (the cricketing bodies for India and Pakistan) to see how we can work together … Continue reading

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I’d like you to meet Union Council 69, Lahore, Pakistan

Union Council 69 or Afghan Town or sometimes known as Manzoor Park was where I was privileged to visit with UNCEF staff in order to choose for a wonderful program known as Polio Points. Polio Points is where students at the International … Continue reading

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An event report – 2 days of information & inspiration with NUST BioReach Society!

Report from Aisha Zaheer, executive member from the NUST BioReach Society’s publications’ team on the presentation and workshop I shared at NUST last week… This is not to flatter myself but nice to see the way one person from Pakistan took it … Continue reading

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So, why polio?

So, why Polio? I’m not sure if this is the most asked question of me or the question I ask myself the most. I have no personal connection to polio. I’m not an epidemiologist. Polio was eradicated in my home country … Continue reading

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Irregular Bowel Syndrome

Since being in Pakistan my bowel movements have been as uniform as the stairs here – hate to be a critic as I would have no idea how to make uniform stairs in buildings but I think the Pakistani builders … Continue reading

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