Extensive relief work for Asylum seekers

Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved, is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organisation. ECSPE, a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization, dedicates itself to extensive relief work for asylum seekers. In Pakistan, the rise of religious extremism has led to a dire situation for Christians who seek to escape persecution. The government’s failure to provide security, protection, and justice has forced many Pakistani Christians to flee.

Victimized by “Blasphemy Laws,” forced conversions, and accusations of preaching, these families have sought refuge in Thailand, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka. The exodus began in 2009 after attacks on Christian communities in Punjab, and it escalated following the devastating 2013 attack on “Joseph Colony” in Lahore.

Over 1,500 Pakistani Christian families remain in Thailand, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka, facing housing and healthcare challenges, with their children unable to attend school due to their illegal status in these countries. They are not economic refugees but Christians fleeing oppression.

Our organization, FSF, has been working with refugees and asylum seekers since 2014, witnessing the hardships they endure, including deaths in immigration detention centers and the spread of diseases. The UNHCR‘s resources are stretched, and we need your help to give these persecuted families a chance at a better life

The Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved is starting their new centres in Thailand and Malaysia for such affected refugees and asylum seekers. We need your help to Save these Persecuted People, stand with us to save these people.