Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.
Christians in Pakistan, mainly in the poor rural areas and mainly girls, are regularly being attacked while trying to access the basic need of water.To counter the paucity of clean water and safe toilet facilities BACA have recently completed two new electric pump generated water and toilet facilities. BACA began the installation of two clean water and toilet facilities with generated pumps for the Christian communities of Rao Khan wala, a village in Kasur, serving 7 Christian families and 35 individuals, in January. But work had to stop during the lockdown. Since the lockdown has been eased BACA have now completed the water projects. Shazia a 38-year-old w...Read More
Aleeza the youngest survivor of the Quetta suicide bomb attack (click here), which killed nine people and injured dozens who were worshipping at Bethel Memorial Methodist Church' on 17th December 2017, requires a new prosthetic leg. Her survival is a modern day miracle after shrapnel pierced her body and left her gangrenous and close to death only days later. BACA intervened and with some help from God and many of our supporters we were able to save her life (click here) At a very early age she also had to have a very painful and intricate operation to join her intestine to her bowel, after shrapnel ripped through her body (click here...Read More
By Ali Hasnain A Christian medical student was denied his place at university despite achieving the required marks. Kamran Safdar claims Muslim students with lower grades were awarded seats simply because they had memorised Hafiz-e-Quran. The son of a fruit hawker from Sargodha, District of Punjab in Pakistan, Kamran Safdar's ambition of becoming a doctor was shattered despite securing the appropriate entrance level of his chosen medical university with an 89% pass in his intermediate high school exam - even though his fellow Muslim students were accepted on lower grades. As a result, he was forced to retake the year again, this time attending a private institu...Read More
By Desmond Fernandes The UK government last week sought to project itself as the champion of religiously persecuted people worldwide when it announced its Global Human Rights sanctions regime targeting those involved in religious persecution. The announcement was made during a House of Lords webinar titled the 'Anniversary of the Launch of the Independent Review of FCO Support for Persecuted Christians' which was attended by Hannah Chowdhry from the BACA with around 600 other guests. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab sought to reassure the public and human rights organisations that “everyone, no matter their faith or belief, deserves to be abl...Read More