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Source: World Factbook Map, 2006'']]     [[Mennonite Central Committee (International)|Mennonite Central Committee]] undertook [[Refugees|refugee work]] in Lahore, 1948-49, just after the partition of [[India|India]]; participated in a land-leveling project, 1960-76; distributed [[Relief Work|relief]] supplies in East Pakistan, 1963-1971; and was briefly involved with Afghan refugees, 1981-82.
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[[Mennonite Central Committee (International)|Mennonite Central Committee]] undertook [[Refugees|refugee work]] in Lahore, 1948-49, just after the partition of [[India|India]]; participated in a land-leveling project, 1960-76; distributed [[Relief Work|relief]] supplies in East Pakistan, 1963-1971; and was briefly involved with Afghan refugees, 1981-82.
  
 
The Mennonite Brethren Board of Missions and Services sent Gertrude Klassen, RN (Canada) to the Mission Hospital, Tank, to work with World Mission Prayer League in a village health program, November 1981-May 1985. Ophthalmologist Herb Friesen and his family worked at the Christian Hospital, Taxila, February 1982-August 1983, and with the SERVE relief agency in Peshawar (Afghan Eye Hospital, August 1983-. The Gordon Nickel family (Canada) and Keiko Hamano (Japan) began a church planting ministry in Karachi in 1987.
 
The Mennonite Brethren Board of Missions and Services sent Gertrude Klassen, RN (Canada) to the Mission Hospital, Tank, to work with World Mission Prayer League in a village health program, November 1981-May 1985. Ophthalmologist Herb Friesen and his family worked at the Christian Hospital, Taxila, February 1982-August 1983, and with the SERVE relief agency in Peshawar (Afghan Eye Hospital, August 1983-. The Gordon Nickel family (Canada) and Keiko Hamano (Japan) began a church planting ministry in Karachi in 1987.
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<em class="gameo_bibliography">Mennonite Brethren General Conference Yearbook</em> (1981): 109<em class="gameo_bibliography">.</em>
 
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Pakistan
Source: World Factbook Map, 2006

Mennonite Central Committee undertook refugee work in Lahore, 1948-49, just after the partition of India; participated in a land-leveling project, 1960-76; distributed relief supplies in East Pakistan, 1963-1971; and was briefly involved with Afghan refugees, 1981-82.

The Mennonite Brethren Board of Missions and Services sent Gertrude Klassen, RN (Canada) to the Mission Hospital, Tank, to work with World Mission Prayer League in a village health program, November 1981-May 1985. Ophthalmologist Herb Friesen and his family worked at the Christian Hospital, Taxila, February 1982-August 1983, and with the SERVE relief agency in Peshawar (Afghan Eye Hospital, August 1983-. The Gordon Nickel family (Canada) and Keiko Hamano (Japan) began a church planting ministry in Karachi in 1987.

Bibliography

Mennonite Brethren General Conference Yearbook (1981): 109.


Author(s) Herb Friesen
Date Published 1987


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Friesen, Herb. "Pakistan." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1987. Web. 4 Aug 2020. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Pakistan&oldid=122062.

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Friesen, Herb. (1987). Pakistan. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 4 August 2020, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Pakistan&oldid=122062.




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