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Gash Welfare Trust Lolab Joins Ehsas Int’l to Provide Reusable Napkins for Turkey Quake Victims

Noor Ul Hasan Andrabi

Srinagar: Gash Welfare Trust joined hands with Ehsas International to provide reusable napkins for earthquake victims of Turkey.

“Reusable napkins can be a valuable resource for those affected by the earthquake in Turkey, as they are not only environmentally friendly, but also cost-effective and can be reused multiple times, helping to reduce waste and provide a sustainable solution for menstrual hygiene”, remarked a joint statement issued here.

The kind of collaboration has been hailed by different sections of the society and seen as a major step to make a real difference and to provide some comfort and help during the prevailing tough times to those affected by the disastrous earthquake.

Tauseef Hassan, founder of the organisation while communicating said, bringing this organisation into existence was to assist these most deserving families who are not able to meet their daily requirements. “We are not assisting only earthquake affected Turkey, but entire people who deserves for such help. This organisation is working for the betterment of the society day in and day out”, Tawseef further added,

During these testing times, we must come forward to help earthquake victims’of Turkey. We are receiving calls & texts from Far and wide in joining hands with us which is a quite appreciable”, Tawseef said,

“This organisation has remained active throughout these years’ since it’s origin. We are making every possible effort to help the poor & needy families”, adding “We all have been created to help eachother”, remarked by its Co-founder Waseem Bukhari,

“As a social Activist, I always love to take part in social activities whether to be part of any organisation or on volunteer level. We can help these destitute families through various sources”, Mashoq Nawab, a prominent social activist told this newspaper,

It’s pertinent to mention here, on 6 February 2023, a Mw 7.8 earthquake struck southern and central Turkey, as well as northern and western Syria and caused a widespread damage and near about 42,000 were died as on date, due to this devastated earthquake.