Conferences

Conferences

World Conference of Religious for Peace
For more than thirty years. Religions for Peace has played a valuable roll in advancing the peaceful settlement of differences between nations, religions and cultures. Inter-religious co-operation to cross religious boundaries and build peace is the mission of this organization. As a non sectarian, non-political institution. Religions for Peace operates programs at every level where religions are organized; locally, nationally, regionally, and internationally.
With representatives in 51 countries this is the largest global coali­ tion of the world's religions working to build peace. Representatives from the Marafie Foundation attended the International Medical Volunteers Conference in 2010 & 2011 in Atlanta. It is a platform for the NGOs and other Organisations worldwide in the charity and humanitarian sectors to network and interact. Following the success of the two conferences, the organizers Emory University School of Medicine have decided to continue to organize the Conference on Religion for Peace. The World Assembly is comprised of key persons and is multi - denominational. In November 2004. in recognition of the work of the Foundation throughout the world, Mr. Abdul llah Marafie was invited to be a part of it.



The Georgia Cornrnision for Services and Volunteerisrn
A delegation of Marafie Foundation attended the international Medical Volunteerism Conference in 2010 and 2011 at Atlanta. It is a platform for the NGOs and other organizations working in the charity and humanitarian sectors to share their memorable experiences and exchange valuable ideas. Following success of the two conferences, organisers Emory University School of Medicines has decided to continue to organize this conference and re-name and now held conference in 2012 as Global Health and Humanitarian Summit,
In the last conference held in April 2012, a delegation of the Marafie Foundation headed by the Chairman, Abdul llah Marafie participated in this conference.The conference provided an opportunity to interact and benefit other international charity and humanitarian organizations and the Foundation also entered into an understanding to cooperate with them.
Heart Beat, USA signed an MOU with Marafie Foundation for providing free Pacemakers for heart patients in Pakistan and in the region through Marafie Foundation. A similar understanding is under process with ASLEY Foundation,USA and Med Share, USA to provide free medical supplies t Asian and African countries