Mehwish Bhatti on left as she presents bomb survivor Qaiser Pervaiz with a Rickshaw after he begins to restore his life after a miraculous recovery rom 85% burns in a hospital without a special burns unit.
My name is Mehwish Bhatti and I am 30-year-old female from Pakistan, born in the city of Rawalpindi on 22 January 1989.
Saint Anees Presentation Convent High School.
member of our school netball team and won many matches. I also participated in many speech and debate competitions held within my school and with other
schools. In 2009 I did my matriculation in the subject of science including Biology, Chemistry and Physics as my major subjects.
my major subjects. I was nominated as Girls representative and performed my duty with my whole heart.
Modern Languages (NUML) in Islamabad. I was the only Christian student in my Bs hons batch which was very challenging in the beginning but by the Grace
of God and with time I got the opportunity to show them the love of Christ ending up making the whole class my friend becoming one of the favourite
students of the teachers.
women are never inferior to men. When the word of God says that He created both men and women equal, then why trust the voices around.
4 years and 9 months and my journey with BACA started by covering the story of two young girls, Sehrish and Farzana from Jaranwala, who became the
victim of a gang rape in their small village. Since then I devoted myself to be a voice for such girls and women who become victims of social injustices.
with spiritual counselling, food, shelter and any medical assistance required. In particular, with the bonded labourers of rural Pakistan, I visit
the brick kilns, creating an awareness among the brick kiln workers to fight for their rights and to live a free life resulting in them to be rescued
from slavery and to start new lives. My support continues for such victims until they are settled and know how to live a free life that God has given
Currently, I am acting as a Project Manager for the school BACA is building to provide free Spiritual and Academic education to the children of bonded
labour. I believe this project will create a legacy for the thousands of children in this area to live a free life to achieve their dreams and free
their parents too.
skills. It was a 25-day training programme where I was taught to set up small biblical based businesses, helping diminish poverty. I enjoyed learning
from the experienced entrepreneurs and businessmen who started from nothing.
rules. At the end of the training I was fully equipped with the knowledge of a small business setting and helped many to become skilled when I returned
to my home country.
they operate. It was a 12-day training programme where I was given the opportunity to work with local business owners to learn more practical skills.
The training not only benefitted me but many in my home country.
I did not worry and truly believe that my regular visits had helped many of the helpless blasphemy accused victims by giving new hope and increase
their faith in God.
will serve more and more people as God continues to work in my life and through me in the lives of others..