Dawood Foundation “TDF Ghar”

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For some time now I have been in touch with Sabrina Dawood and her team doing some back-end work in a small way on the history of Karachi, its places of interest, people and their contributions – its just a start but I think THE DAWOOD FOUNDATION “TDF GHAR” is an excellent initiative to archive the ‘beautiful stories” of our beloved city. Interest in this place is gaining momentum, there are organized tour-groups and visitors from everywhere; it is located in Amil Colony/Catholic Colony vicinity, off M.A. Jinnah Road, opp the Mausoleum and is open “everyday” from 10 am to 10 pm. It was great Sunday morning experience.

About Amin H. Karim MD

Graduate of Dow Medical College Class of 1977.
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1 Response to Dawood Foundation “TDF Ghar”

  1. Javed Abdullah says:

    My mother Dr. Zainab Abdullah had a huge hand in refugee rehab in Karachi after partition. Sh was a pioneer and was awarded the Queen’s Coronation Medal for her efforts.

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