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AKF Donates Furniture, IT Items To Central Jail Karachi

Karachi: Under the project of Prisoners’ Welfare, Alkhidmat Community Services Program provided furniture and computer accessories for the Computer and Language Center of Central Jail Karachi.

A special ceremony was held at the jail where the donated items were handed over to the Superintendent Police. The furniture and the IT equipment will be helpful in smooth running of Computer & Language Center in Central Jail Karachi.

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Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Distributes 25 Wheelchairs Among Needy Special Persons in Khanewal

Khanewal: In the series of wheelchairs distribution among poor and needy special persons, a wheelchair distribution ceremony was conducted in Khanewal. Rao Muhammad Zafar, President AKF Punjab chaired the ceremony. In collaboration with Free Wheelchair Mission, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan distributed 25 wheelchairs among needy special persons. Mr. Ziad bin Maqsood, DCO Khanewal and Syed Pervez Ali Shah, District Session Judge handed over the wheelchairs to the persons with disabilities.

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AKFP Rescues Injured Children As Indian Forces Target School Van In Nakiyal Sector Along LoC

Azad Kashmir: Another breach of ceasefire agreement by the Indian armed forces in Nakyal, District Kotli – Azad Jammu & Kashmir. Indian armed forces attacked a school bus at 8:30 am where the van driver was killed on the spot while all the students got injured. A team of Alkhidmat Foundation’s volunteers rapidly reached at the location and transferred all the injured children to a nearby hospital with the help of Alkhidmat ambulances. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan condemns such inhuman activities of Indian armed forces.

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Karachi-based Businessman Ghayoor Ahmad Donates A House To Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program

Karachi: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is the leading local NGO working for the cause of humanity across Pakistan. Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program is also one of the major contributions by the organization for the social welfare of Orphan children. While admiring the work of Alkhidmat Foundation for Orphan Children, Mr. Ghayoor Ahmad, a businessman, donated a house for Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program.

Syed Muhammad Younas, Vice President Alkhidmat Foundation Karachi received the key of house from the donor. Mr. Ghayoor Ahmad said that he had witnessed the devotion and commitment of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan towards its cause and this convinced him to donate his house for the Orphan children of Karachi. He said that he is confident that his donation will help Alkhidmat Foundation to serve more orphan children.

Currently Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is running 8 Alkhidmat Aghosh Centers where more than 600 orphan children are given the facility of residence and quality education while 352 orphan children are being supported by Alkhidmat Orphan Family Support Program.  Another Alkhidmat Aghosh Center will be constructed on one and a half Accor land with the cost of 55 million rupees where 200 orphan children will be given residential and educational facility.