Must Watch - Eleven-year-old boy that went #MISSING in September 2016 #Recovered #SAFEfrom Roshni Helpline June 06, 2018
We are happy to announce another success story of a missing child Master Zeeshan, an 11 year old boy who had been missing for 4 months. Roshni Helpline case management team and with a wide network of volunteers including youth and transgenders, sprang into an action and immediately made contact with the child’s family searching for the missing boy. A Roshni Helpline missing poster and social media campaign was created and quickly spread around the Karachi City Public area and different Thematic area of Roshni Helpline Referral partners. Missing child Master Zeeshan found safe in Child Protection Bureau Lahore shelter and Finally got reunited with his family with the help of Roshni Helpline.
Kites of Hope (2nd Event) - Coverage by Express Newsfrom Roshni Helpline June 06, 2018
Roshni Helpline conducted its second #KitesofHope event on a beautiful Sunday, 4th September, 2016 to raise awareness about the issue of missing children. We printed and flew over 2,000 kites with faces of children who have gone missing in Karachi. The event was attended by members of the Pavilion End Club, families of the missing children and the media. It was a great success with educational skits, stalls, kite flying and a musical performance by Sajid Abbas from Pakistan Idol!
Kites of Hope - Coverage 2 by Express Newsfrom Roshni Helpline June 06, 2018
#InternationalMissingChildrensDay is being observed all over the world today to honor missing and abducted children while celebrating those who have been reunited with their families. Roshni Helpline has been committed to this cause in #Karachi for about 10 years. Here is a video of one of our creative solutions,“#KitesofHope” in collaboration with Spectrum Y&R resulting in the recovery of a missing child within a week of the activity.
Kites of Hope - Coverage by Express Newsfrom Roshni Helpline June 06, 2018
#SpectrumYR and Roshni Helpline flew 2000 kites in Mehmoodabad, in an effort to create awareness about the missing children in Karachi, and to encourage renewed efforts to find them. We are pleased to share that one child was reunited with his family within a week after the event. Around 3000 children go missing every year in Karachi. We need to come together to find these children - lives depend on it.