Diadem International’s objective in Pakistan is the empowerment of the poor and marginalised through the establishment of:
-Schools and equipping centres
-Interfaith Dialogue centres
-Shelters for victims of discriminatory laws and offering legal support.
We are continue in partnership with the Shahbaz Bhatti Memorial Trust (SBMT) with some of our projects. We would love to receive your ongoing prayer. Many ask how to make a contribution. See wiring instructions below. Or you can contact us at via email at email@example.com for other wiring options.
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Beneficiary Name & Mailing Address:
Diadem International, Inc
7460 Cedarcrest Drive
Middletown Ohio 45044
United States of America
Beneficiary (Receiving) Bank:
7405 North Liberty Drive
United States of America
Beneficiary Account #: 5004934911
SWIFT/BIC Number: PNCCUS33
Update August 2014
We hope that you will feel encouraged by the amazing things that God is doing in Pakistan and throughout the world. Here is a quick update of what has been happening.
First, many prayers have been answered as we saw the inauguration of a water distribution project in the village of Khushpur! Thanks to the perseverance and generosity of our all of you and our friends from South Korea, an organization called Better World, the lives of over 10,000 people has been transformed by the restoration of their water system.
Gathered together at the site of the Tube Wells
Health and agriculture have been radically improved through the project’s provision of clean drinking water and proper irrigation powered by solar panels. Better World, whose attention was brought to the village by an inspirational meeting with Shahbaz Bhatti in 2010, has vowed to continue its support in the future through educational funding, sewage and other possible restorative projects.
Site of the tube wells
Testing water at tube well site
Second, Dr Paul Bhatti and I were blessed with the opportunity to travel to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City as he spoke at an event discussing the possibility of a moratorium on the death penalty. It was great having Hannah Smith with us who enthusiastically recorded everything. Dr Bhatti was one of three primary speakers at the event, but we also heard the opinions of representatives from countries all around the world on this controversial topic. In addition to speaking up for the value and right to life, there was a great opportunity to make connections with many people fighting for human rights around the world.
Gathering at the United Nations, New York City, USA
Thank you for your continued support and powerful prayers, without you it would not be possible.
Much Love Lesley-Anne