on from the terrible earthquake that devastated Pakistan, Inside Out reporter
Giles Latcham returns to the country to find out what's happened to the survivors.
one of the remotest parts of the country, Giles finds a woman from Dudley who
has given up everything to help.
Rafina Ashaq was so affected by the tragedy
that she moved both herself and her daughter to Pakistan.
Giles to some of the worst affected areas and shows him just some of the work
she's doing to help people rebuild their lives.
asked Rafina what made her move to Pakistan with her daughter?
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"It was the images
that were shown on TV - most of it was images of children, you know the schools
fallen down, the children
"We did lots of fund-raising. I personally
donated huge amounts of money, whatever I had in my savings I sent during Ramadan."
wanted to make a difference:
"I just wanted to come out
and offer myself, so I came out in December for nine days and I stayed in Muzaffarabad.
"I did take a risk and I came out on my own but I was just trying
to get some information, that's when I saw what was going on and the fact that
I really did want to come here and do some work."
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