Feb 11

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Akash Christian Society maintains the Gulshan house property in Mansehra city. Gulshan house is commonly by used Pakistani churches as a location for retreats and camps held throughout the year. Cirin Christian Clinic (CCC) is a once a week a medical clinic which is held at the Gulshan property in Mansehra.

During the year 2015  the total number of patients treated at CCC was 2422. With an average of 201 patients seen each month.


Jan 10

Below is a graph showing the number of outpatients visits to CCC during the months of July – October 2013.


Dec 10

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Aug 4

Akash Christian Society would like to raise awareness about Tim & Mat who are a pair of adventure seeking Brits who have decided to pedal their way from Woking, UK to Nairobi, Kenya in the name of charity.

They will be starting the challenge on 3rd June 2011.They are aiming to cover the 5600+ miles in early June 2011 and have been loaned a tandem for the task.

They hope to reap a huge harvest of donations that will go to the Turning Point Trust and buy farm land for Kenyan Mothers.

To read more about their adventures please visit

http://cycle2kenya.wordpress.com/


May 22

A small ceremony was held in at Gulshan to celebrate the many years that Dr. Jane spent working in Pakistan.

Dr. Jane M. Sampson, who started serving people of Pakistan from Kunri Hospital, Sindh more than couple of decades back, finally has taken retirement (atleast for the fifth time) at the age of 84. She has been serving at Cirin Christian Clinic, Mansehra; and Kunhar Christian Hospital, Garhi Habibullah for the past several years.

In order to give thanks to our Lord for blessing Dr. Jane, a thanks giving service was organized at Gulshan House, Mansehra; where people from different parts of the country and a few family members participated.

After praise and prayer, there was a session in which many shared their personal stories about working and living with Dr. Jane. Many emails and text messages were read as well from people who were unable to attend the event. These personal sharings showed different aspects of Dr. Jane’s life and her services at various levels. This program was ended with presentation of a wooden plaque to Dr. Jane as an expression of love from people of Pakistan.

Photos from the ceremony



Dec 20

Carol Service together with the KCH staff.


Oct 5