Nadeem turns rickshaw into ambulance service for poor
“If humanity exits in human, he can express it too. I am living in poverty but when I saw people poorer than me who don’t have enough to pay the fare (of rickshaw) which I don’t like (to ask for it) so I have made a habit (of providing free rides to needy),” a Karachi-based rickshaw driver Nadeem Hussain narrates his vision to serve the poor by providing free ambulance service.
A resident of Orangi Town, Nadeem, is not himseld financially well off but he is running a free rickshaw ambulance service across Karachi, inspired by the Quaid e Azam–the greatest leader–Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Nadeem recalls how one day he became a messiah for a two-year-old boy as he drove him to the hospital on time. Nadeem adds he feels proud in saving lives.
Nadeem further says his only mission now is to help people and he has even received signs through dreams which keeps motivating him to continue his humanitarian work.
Watch Dialogue Pakistan’s full conversation with Nadeem Hussain.