• Ayesha’s Calligraphies

     8,000.00 10,000.00

    Ayesha, a young girl of 12, sank into deep depression when she was initially diagnosed with cancer. Seeing her talent, her family and therapists at the IHHN encouraged her to paint, because it was only when Ayesha painted, one could see a glimpse of the old carefree girl, who was not burdened by the weight of the disease and an uncertain future. Ayesha loves to do calligraphy of her favorite AYAATS from the Holy Quran.

  • Bliss


    Hamna is a strong willed girl with great passion for painting. When Hamna was initially diagnosed with leukemia, she was taken aback by the disease, but her optimistic personality helped her during chemotherapy. Hamna loves painting the night sky in pretty hues of blue and also the full moon, which for her is a symbol of strength as it shines in all its glory after completing its cycle.

  • Group Artwork

     5,000.00 15,000.00

    The therapists at IHHN feel that art is the single most effective therapeutic tool for pediatric cancer patients because it provides hours of entertainment, distraction and a sense of achievement. Our therapists therefore encourage group art work where volunteers are invited to work with groups of children to create pieces of art. Group art work has the added benefit of being an icebreaker for young patients and we have witnessed many friendships start and bloom over pots of paints and canvases.

  • Hope


    12 year old, Maryam Ghaffar is from Khazdar, Quetta. Maryam’s cheerful, bubbly personality makes one want to sit and have a conversation with her, if only to catch some of her positive vibes. Maryam’s story is unique because she fought and came back from the ventilator when everyone had given up on her recovery. Her paintings are all about hope and about living each moment to the fullest.

  • Sunrise


    Habib ur Rehman, a boy from interior Sindh was diagnosed with cancer when he was 14 years old. Habib’s strong personality allows him to stay optimistic through his ongoing treatment. While at IHHN his emotional needs are also well looked after and his paintings show that he sees the hospital as a place where happiness is harvested. Habib is fighting cancer with a firm belief of complete recovery and sees himself amongst his family and friends soon.

  • Waterfall


    When Uroosa was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 16, she was initially overtaken by disabling fear and depression. Gradually she found respite in art, and used the lonely hours to express her feelings in a creative way. As her treatment progressed her palette changed to more vibrant colors, which were an indicator of the hope and strength she started to feel.