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  • Inauguration of Computer Center

    The Hardware and furniture for CHINAR Kashmir Computer Training Center under the Skills Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development (SEED) Program, has been donated by Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL). The Center was inaugurated by DGM IOCL Mr. D K Goel in presence of the President and Directors of CHINAR Kashmir on 24 th May 2017.

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  • Assistance to Handwara Fire Victims

    In response to the news of a devastating fire in the Wadder Payeen village of Handwara that left many families homeless on December 30, CHINAR Kashmir came forward with immediate assistance in the form of bedding, blankets, pherans, kitchen utensils, rice, spices and cooking oil. This aid was distributed amongst the 27 affected families on January 11/1/2017. CHINAR Kashmir has a long history of disaster relief in Kashmir. We have done extensive work in Uri during the 2005 earthquake, rebuilt homes in several districts after the 2014 floods, assisted in Waltengo during the 2005 avalanche, and provided relief during other small calamities.

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  • Celebrating the success of CHINAR home kids

    The Three children staying at CHINAR Home from the last 10 years have passed class 10th examination this year seeming 85% marks on an average. We celebrated their success on 14th January 2017 in the home itself.

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  • Ambulance Donation – Bone & Joint Surgery Hospital Srinagar

    Continuing with the efforts for mitigating the suffering of needy people by way of undertaking Relief and Rehabilitation work CHINAR Kashmir (Child Nurture & Relief Kashmir) donated an Ambulance for use by Bone & Joint Surgery Hospital Srinagar on 19/12/2016. The vehicle was handed over to Dr. Qaiser Ahmad, Principal Govt. Medical College by Mr. N.A Qureshi and Mr. W.M Malik , President and Secretary of CHINAR Kashmir in presence of Medical Superintend and other doctors and staff of Bone & Joint Hospital.

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  • Ongoing

    Long after most people have forgotten about the devastating impact of the September 2014 floods, we continued to offer our help in assisting the families who had lost their homes. In the past few months we completely rebuilt 3 homes with help of (Rs 9.54 Lacs) from Revive Kashmir USA), and assisted in the reconstruction of 20 homes – 13 of them with the help of (11.8 Lacs ) Australian Kashmiri Association and 7 with the help of(Rs 9.87 Lacs) British Kashmiri Charitable Fund.
    There are many more new things on the way and we will update you on those shortly. Thank you.

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