(WebDesk) – When it comes to do the donations and charity, Pakistanis are one generous nation. An international research suggested that Pakistan is a generous country, and it contributes more than one per cent of its GDP to charity.
A study conducted by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy shows that Pakistanis give around Rs240 billion annually to charity. The report further indicates that about 98 per cent of people in the country give in one form or another – if not with cash, then with in-kind donations or by volunteering for needy causes.
Recently, a courageous Pakistani despite running short of resources, once again proved if there is a will, there is a way and other Pakistanis help him to achieve his objective of helping a poor child to gather the financial resources for his medical treatment. he took to the social media site and share the story of a young but aggrieved Afghan child, suffering from pain of tumor in knee.
Last week, a social media user Noman Ali Khan posted a story about a child suffering from primary bone cancer or bone sarcoma, usually starts in the bone. The cancer has affected the knee joint of an Afghan poor child, Izzat ullah. The tumor inflicts him an immense pain and hurt, unbearable for a child as young as Izzatullah.