One-Day Tour for the Street Children

Lahore: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Punjab chapter, in collaboration with Sozo World, arranged a one- day tour for the street children of Alkhidmat Child Protection Center Sabzazar and Itefaq Town Lahore. The children enjoyed the rides and swimming along with their teachers. Lunch was also served on the occasion.

Workshop to Inculcate the Spirit to Work Hard

Karachi: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan arranged a training workshop to inculcate the spirit to work hard among the orphan children in Bin Qasim district, Karachi. The workshop was part of Child Character Development Program. The orphan children participated in different practical activities on the occasion.

AKFP arranged a Summer Social Responsibility Program

Lahore: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan arranged multiple sessions as part of Summer Social Responsibility Program for the street children of Alkhidmat Child Protection Center, Sabzazar, Lahore. The sessions were focused on Social Responsibility, Personal Safety and Personal Hygiene. A number of outdoor activities were also arranged as part of the sessions.

AKFP & NUST Signed an MOU

Islamabad: A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan and National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) signed August 2nd 2018 in Islamabad.
Head faculty SMME and Director NUST Club Dr. Mohammad Safdar added that the MOU will open more opportunities for the students of National University of Sciences and Technology to groom themselves in social and development sector. He appreciated AKFP work in Pakistan. He said that NUST will fully cooperate with AKFP in every field whether it’s an AKFP promotions, training, Medical camping, Volunteer engagement or project research or fund raising.
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New Alkhidmat Child Protection Center Inaugurated in Peshawar

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, in collaboration with Child Protection and Rehabilitation Trust (CPRT), has inaugurated a new Child Protection Center in Peshawar. Peshawar District Nazim Arbab Muhammad Asim inaugurated the center while AKFP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa President Khalid Waqas and CPRT Founder Dr. Altaf Qadir Khatak were also present on the occasion. The center will be dedicated to provide basic educational and rehabilitation facilities to the street children to prepare them to join formal schools.


“Effective Management of Child Protection Centers” Workshop Arranged in Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan arranged a workshop on the “Effective Management of Child Protection Centers” at Alkhidmat Disaster Management Center, Rawalpindi. AKFP President Muhammad Abdus Shakoor was also present on the occasion.

The purpose of the activity was to review progress of AKFP Child Protection Centers in all regions of the country and preparation of syllabus and activities-based calender for the betterment of the street children. Different organization were also engaged for this purpose.