Abdul Sattar Edhi (ourdou : عبد الستار ایدھی, gujarati : અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી), né le 1er janvier 1928 à Bantwa dans le Gujarat, est un philanthrope pakistanais. Il est à la tête de la Fondation Edhi, une organisation à but non lucratif qui compte plus de 300 centres répartis dans tout le pays, qu'il a créé en 1957.Avec son épouse Bilquis Edhi, il a reçu le prix Ramon Magsaysay 1986 (Service public) et est décoré du Nishan-e-Imtiaz.

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  • Abdul Sattar Edhi (ourdou : عبد الستار ایدھی, gujarati : અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી), né le 1er janvier 1928 à Bantwa dans le Gujarat, est un philanthrope pakistanais. Il est à la tête de la Fondation Edhi, une organisation à but non lucratif qui compte plus de 300 centres répartis dans tout le pays, qu'il a créé en 1957.Avec son épouse Bilquis Edhi, il a reçu le prix Ramon Magsaysay 1986 (Service public) et est décoré du Nishan-e-Imtiaz. Il est également le lauréat du prix Lénine pour la paix et le prix Balzan.Portail du Pakistan Portail du Pakistan
  • Абдул Сатар Едхи (на урду: عبدالستار ایدھی) е пакистански общественик.Той е роден на 1 януари 1928 година в Бантва, Гуджарат, но след създаването на независима Индия семейството му е принудено да се изсели в Карачи. Въпреки скромния си произход, Едхи започва да се занимава с благотворителна дейност от ранна възраст. Основаната от него Фондация „Едхи“ се разраства непрекъснато, и в началото на XXI век администрира над 300 учреждения, като кухни за бедни, центрове за наркозависими, домове за изоставени жени и деца, клиники за умствено болни.
  • Абд-ус-Саттар Эдхи (урду:عبد الستار ایدھی), или Эдхи. (1 января 1928, Бантва, Гуджарат, Британская Индия).Один из самых активных филантропов в Пакистане. Глава Фонда Эдхи, базирующийся в Пакистане с филиалами по всему миру [1]. Его жена Бегум Билкис Эдхи, руководитель Фонда Билкис Эдхи. Они оба получили в 1986 году Премию Рамона Магсайсая. Он также является лауреатом международной Ленинской премии «За укрепление мира между народами» 1988 года, а также Премии Бальцана, 2000 года. Мауляна Эдхи, как часто его называют, из общины Мемон. Согласно Книге рекордов Гиннеса, у Фонда Эдхи крупнейшая частная сеть службы скорой помощи в мире.Лауреат Премии ЮНЕСКО Манаджита Сингха 2009 года за распространение идей толерантности и ненасилия.Шаблон:Библиоинформация
  • Abdul Sattar Edhi NI (Urdu: عبد الستار ایدھی), o Edhi, come spesso viene chiamato (Bantva, 1º gennaio 1928) è un filantropo pakistano.È a capo della Edhi Foundation, che ha sede in Pakistan e succursali in tutto il mondo. Sua moglie Begum Bilquis Edhi è capo della Bilquis Edhi Foundation. Entrambi sono stati insigniti nel 1986 del Premio Ramon Magsaysay per il Servizio Pubblico. Ha ricevuto inoltre il Premio Lenin per la pace e il Premio Balzan. Maulana Edhi, come è anche chiamato, appartiene alla comunità Memon. Secondo il Guinness World Records, la sua Edhi Foundation gestisce la più grande rete di ambulanze del pianeta.
  • Abdul Sattar Edhi (Urdu عبد الستار ایدھی, Gujarati અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી; * 1. Januar 1928 in Bantva, Britisch-Indien), ist ein pakistanischer Philanthrop. Er ist Gründer und Leiter der Edhi Foundation, der weltgrößten Hilfsorganisation für ambulante Hilfe und Wohltätigkeit. Zusammen mit seiner Frau, Bilquis Edhi, erhielt er 1986 den Ramon-Magsaysay-Preis für Leistungen in der Daseinsvorsorge, den „asiatischen Friedensnobelpreis“. Er erhielt auch den Balzan-Preis. Edhi gehört zur muslimischen Memoniten-Gemeinschaft (engl. memons).
  • Dr. Abdul Sattar Edhi, NI, LPP, RMA, IBP, GPA, MSP (Memoni, Urdu: عبدالستار ایدھی‎, Gujarati: અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી) is a prominent Pakistani philanthropist, social activist and humanitarian. He is the founder and head of the Edhi Foundation, a non-profit social welfare organization in Pakistan. Together with his wife, Bilquis Edhi, he received the 1986 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service. He is also the recipient of the Lenin Peace Prize and the Balzan Prize. In 2006, Institute of Business Administration Pakistan conferred an honoris causa degree of Doctor of Social Service Management for his services. In September 2010, Edhi was also awarded an honorary degree of Doctorate by the University of Bedfordshire.In 1985 Edhi received the Nishan-e-Imtiaz from the Government of Pakistan. On January 1, 2014, Eidhi was voted Person of the year 2013 by the readers of The Express Tribune.He was born in 1928, in the city of Bantva in what is now Gujarat, western India. Edhi's first interaction with human suffering occurred at the age of eleven, when his mother was physically paralyzed and later suffered from mental illness. Edhi spent his waking hours caring for her, and her worsening health and eventual death left a lasting impact on his life. In 1947, at the age of 19, Mr. Edhi's family was forced to flee their hometown and relocate to Karachi. Finding himself in a new city without any resources, Edhi resolved to dedicate his life to aiding the poor, and over the last sixty years, he has single handedly changed the face of welfare in Pakistan. Edhi founded the Edhi Foundation, with an initial sum of a mere five thousand rupees. Regarded as a guardian for the poor, Edhi began receiving numerous donations, which allowed him to expand his services. To this day, the Edhi Foundation continues to grow in both size and service, and is currently the largest welfare organization in Pakistan. Since its inception, the Edhi Foundation has rescued over 20,000 abandoned infants, rehabilitated over 50,000 orphans and has trained over 40,000 nurses. It also runs over three hundred and thirty welfare centers in rural and urban Pakistan which operate as food kitchens, rehabilitation homes, shelters for abandoned women and children and clinics for the mentally handicapped.Edhi has remained a simple and humble man. To this day, he owns two pairs of clothes, has never taken a salary from his organization and lives in a small two bedroom apartment over his clinic in Karachi. He has been recommended for a Nobel Peace prize by the Prime Minister of Pakistan. On June 25, 2013 Edhi’s kidneys failed and it was announced that he will be on dialysis for the rest of his life, unless he finds a kidney donor.
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  • Abdul Sattar Edhi (ourdou : عبد الستار ایدھی, gujarati : અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી), né le 1er janvier 1928 à Bantwa dans le Gujarat, est un philanthrope pakistanais. Il est à la tête de la Fondation Edhi, une organisation à but non lucratif qui compte plus de 300 centres répartis dans tout le pays, qu'il a créé en 1957.Avec son épouse Bilquis Edhi, il a reçu le prix Ramon Magsaysay 1986 (Service public) et est décoré du Nishan-e-Imtiaz.
  • Abdul Sattar Edhi (Urdu عبد الستار ایدھی, Gujarati અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી; * 1. Januar 1928 in Bantva, Britisch-Indien), ist ein pakistanischer Philanthrop. Er ist Gründer und Leiter der Edhi Foundation, der weltgrößten Hilfsorganisation für ambulante Hilfe und Wohltätigkeit. Zusammen mit seiner Frau, Bilquis Edhi, erhielt er 1986 den Ramon-Magsaysay-Preis für Leistungen in der Daseinsvorsorge, den „asiatischen Friedensnobelpreis“. Er erhielt auch den Balzan-Preis.
  • Абдул Сатар Едхи (на урду: عبدالستار ایدھی) е пакистански общественик.Той е роден на 1 януари 1928 година в Бантва, Гуджарат, но след създаването на независима Индия семейството му е принудено да се изсели в Карачи. Въпреки скромния си произход, Едхи започва да се занимава с благотворителна дейност от ранна възраст.
  • Dr. Abdul Sattar Edhi, NI, LPP, RMA, IBP, GPA, MSP (Memoni, Urdu: عبدالستار ایدھی‎, Gujarati: અબ્દુલ સત્તાર ઇદી) is a prominent Pakistani philanthropist, social activist and humanitarian. He is the founder and head of the Edhi Foundation, a non-profit social welfare organization in Pakistan. Together with his wife, Bilquis Edhi, he received the 1986 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service. He is also the recipient of the Lenin Peace Prize and the Balzan Prize.
  • Абд-ус-Саттар Эдхи (урду:عبد الستار ایدھی), или Эдхи. (1 января 1928, Бантва, Гуджарат, Британская Индия).Один из самых активных филантропов в Пакистане. Глава Фонда Эдхи, базирующийся в Пакистане с филиалами по всему миру [1]. Его жена Бегум Билкис Эдхи, руководитель Фонда Билкис Эдхи. Они оба получили в 1986 году Премию Рамона Магсайсая. Он также является лауреатом международной Ленинской премии «За укрепление мира между народами» 1988 года, а также Премии Бальцана, 2000 года.
  • Abdul Sattar Edhi NI (Urdu: عبد الستار ایدھی), o Edhi, come spesso viene chiamato (Bantva, 1º gennaio 1928) è un filantropo pakistano.È a capo della Edhi Foundation, che ha sede in Pakistan e succursali in tutto il mondo. Sua moglie Begum Bilquis Edhi è capo della Bilquis Edhi Foundation. Entrambi sono stati insigniti nel 1986 del Premio Ramon Magsaysay per il Servizio Pubblico. Ha ricevuto inoltre il Premio Lenin per la pace e il Premio Balzan.
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