Karachi - April 21, 2012, AlKhidmat Karachi recently organized four medical camps in Meher Jabal, a remote mountainous area in the Sindh province located at a height of 1850 feet. There are no transportation and health facilities in this area, and many patients often die due to lack of timely and proper medical care. AlKhidmat regularly organizes such medical camps in remote areas where there is lack of health facilities and qualified medical professionals, as well as providing ambulance services to patients who must be moved to a specialized facility for advanced medical care. The camps, which had been established at four different locations in order to provide services to a maximum number of people, remained operational from dawn till dusk and a total of 450 patients were examined. A lady doctor was also on hand to examine female patients. Free medicines were also handed out to patients at the camps.

4 Medical Camps In Remote Area

Karachi – April 21, 2012, Al-Khidmat Karachi recently organized four medical camps in Meher Jabal, a remote mountainous area in the Sindh province located at a height of 1850 feet. There are no transportation and health facilities in this area,… Read more

Attock – April 14, 2012, Renowned scientist Dr A.Q. Khan visited AlKhidmat’s AGHOSH project where he watched skits presented by young orphan children and distributed presents among them. 230 orphan children are being provided with cadet-college-standard education and boarding facilities at this institution, while another similar facility, expected to house up to 400 orphan children, is under construction near Murree on the Islamabad-Murree Highway. Dr A.Q. Khan also laid the foundation stone of another AlKhidmat project, Hira Model Primary School, which is being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 30 Million, as well as planting a tree at the site. He expressed his profound delight at observing the best possible care and facilities being provided to innocent orphan children and encouraged them to acquire modern scientific knowledge, become good Muslims and patriotic Pakistanis, and to become an asset for the country. He was also presented with a souvenir shield at the occasion. AlKhidmat is dedicated to expanding its countrywide Orphan Care Program from serving hundreds of orphan children to caring for thousands more, at AlKhidmat’s institutions, as well as at their own doorsteps if they happen to reside with relatives. Collection of data regarding 30 orphans from each of the nine regions specified, i.e. Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, FATA, Karachi, and Islamabad, is already underway in this regard. Prominent scholar, Dr Anees Ahmad, AlKhidmat President, Dr Hafeez-ur-Rahman, AlKhidmat Secretary General, Muhammad Abdush Shakoor, AlKhidmat Vice President, Dr Iqbal Khalil, as well as Director, AlKhidmat Orphan Care Program, Col. (Retd) Khalid Mahmood Abbasi, were also present at the occasion.

Dr A.Q. Khan Visits AGHOSH

Attock – April 14, 2012,

Renowned scientist Dr A.Q. Khan visited AlKhidmat’s AGHOSH project where he watched skits presented by young orphan children and distributed presents among them. 230 orphan children are being provided with cadet-college-standard education… Read more

Karachi - April 9, 2012, AlKhidmat Chief Patron and ex-City Nazim (Mayor) Naimatullah Khan handed over the keys of 50 houses built for flood affected families of Khamisu Goth, Thattha, Sindh province, at a ceremony here today. The houses have been built in collaboration with UK Islamic Mission (UKIM). UKIM has already helped build 50 houses for flood affected people in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, 50 houses in southern Punjab, and 25 houses in Azad Kashmir, in partnership with AlKhidmat. AlKhidmat had undertaken a major relief campaign in the wake of the 2010 and 2011 floods which had devastated vast areas of the country and had made millions of people homeless, killed thousands of cattle, as well as destroying crops worth billions. The relief campaign began with setting up tent cities for the affected people, provision of food, clothing, and bedding, as well as reconstruction of houses for them. The humongous aid operation, which has cost Rs 6 Billion to date in various assistance projects all over the country, with Rs 117 Million spent in relief projects in the Sindh province alone, continues up to this day. Several prominent personalities and community leaders were also present at the occasion, including: President UKIM, Zahid Pervez, Ameer JI Sindh, Asadullah Bhutto, Ameer JI Karachi, Muhammad Hussain Mehnati, Gen. Sec. AlKhidmat Welfare Society Karachi, Engr. Abdul Aziz, ex-MNA, Laeeq Khan, Joint Sec. Karachi Press Club, Muhammad Arif, and famous journalist, Rizwan Jafar.

Flood Affected Receive Home Keys

Karachi – April 9, 2012: Al-Khidmat Chief Patron and ex-City Nazim (Mayor) Naimatullah Khan handed over the keys of 50 houses built for flood affected families of Khamisu Goth, Thattha, Sindh province, at a ceremony here today. The houses have been built in collaboration… Read more

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Layyah School Children Receive Gifts

Layyah, April 8, 2012,

Al-Khidmat Layyah District has distributed 60 slates and 30 uniforms as gifts for young school children of Government Girls Primary School, Chak no 149 TDA. The children were all smiles and extremely happy to receive their free writing slates and new uniforms.
100 Families Receive Food Assistance

100 Families Receive Food Assistance

Bara, 30 March 2012,

AlKhidmat Foundation Peshawar has distributed food packages among 100 families of Bara, a town near Peshawar. Families which received the food assistance were mainly from amongst internally displaced people, doubly affected… Read more

Dowry Assistance Distributed

Dowry Assistance Distributed

Lakki Marwat, 30 March 2012 -

Al-Khidmat Foundation Lakki Marwat has distributed dowry assistance worth hundreds of thousands of rupees among destitute families. The purpose of the assistance is for underprivileged families to arrange… Read more

Big Prizes Given Out At School Ceremony

Big Prizes Given Out At School Ceremony

Lahore, 26 March 2012 -

The 14th Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of Surayya Ashfaq Model Girls High School was held at the Al-Hamra Arts Council hallLahoreSurayya Ashfaq Model Girls High School is a project of AlKhidmat Lahore Region.

Prizes and certificates were distributed among 55 of the best performing students, from Prep all the way up to Ninth Grade, with the highest prize – a medal of pure gold – going to Ramsha Naeem who achieved 967 marks and secured 1stPosition in School in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education examsStudents were extremely delighted and greatly enjoyed the ceremony and various skits presented by their fellow students.

The Surayya Ashfaq Girls High School was built at a cost of more than Rupees 20 Million in a densely populated area of the city. A new Science Block has recently been added at an additional cost of Rupees 2.9 Million. The institution currently imparts education to 386 students of all age groups at extremely discounted fees in comparison to other schools. 100 students study at the institution at a subsidized fee of only Rupees 100/- per student, while 52 students study absolutely free of any cost whatsoever.

The ceremony was attended by notable personalities of Lahore, including President, Lahore Bar Council, Ch. Zulfiqar Ahmad; Head of Department, Govt. College University Lahore, Prof. Khan Muhammad Chawala; Secretary, Layton-Rahmatullah Benevolent Trust, Ch. Muhammad Gulzar, and President, AlKhidmat Punjab Region, Rao Muhammad Zafar.