Syria : Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Karachi chapter distributed Ramadan Food Packages among Syrian refugees living in camps inside Syria. The project has been implemented in collaboration with HAYAT-YOLU.
Lahore: The annual regional meeting of the Union of NGOs of Islamic World (UNIW) has been held
in Lahore. The meeting was presided over by UNIW President Ali Ahmet Kurt. On the occasion, the
representatives of member non-profit organizations were also present. The meeting discussed
mutual cooperation of the member NGOs can be enhanced for delivery of humanitarian relief work
around the world. AKFP President Abdus Shakoor and Secretary General Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad
Mangat represented Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan at the conference.
Australia : Executive Director Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Shahid Iqbal attended annual International ATR Conference on “Indigenous Culture and Developmental Models (ICDM)” in Melbourne, Australia. He apprised the participants about the humanitarian services and development model of AKFP. On the occasion, Dr. Kaleem Imam (Inspector General Motorways Police Pakistan) also presented a research paper on ‘Interfaith harmony in Pakistan’.
Sri Lanka : Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan President Abdus Shakoor is participating in the general meeting of the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW) in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The conference is aimed at discussing the matters related to mutual collaboration of the member NGOs in the filed of humanitarian services. It will continue till April 30. Following the conference, a delegation of UNIW leadership will also visit Pakistan along with AKFP President Abdus Shakoor.
Islamabad : Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan celebrated Orphan Solidarity Day in collaboration with
Turkish NGO IHH at Islamabad. A large number of 600 orphan children and their families participated in
the event. Rao Muhammad Zafar, President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Punjab chapter, was also
present on the occasion. He informed the audience about AKFP’s services for orphan children in Pakistan
and urged them to join hands with the organization to take this mission forward.
Islamabad: The orphan children from Aghosh Alkhidmat Rawalpindi and Aghosh Alkhidmat Islamabad participated in the Turkish National Children’s Day event arranged by Turkish embassy in Islamabad. They also spent time time with Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan and participated in a number of activities. Their performance and confidence was highly appreciated by the audiences and media persons.
Istanbul, Turkey: Expanding its Aghosh Home-like services to an international level, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has decided to open an orphanage dedicated to provide residential, educational and other basic facilities to Syrian children who have lost their fathers in ongoing Syrian civil war. The orphanage will be established in Turkey’s Gaziantep city which borders with Syria.
During his recent visit to Turkey, AKFP Executive Director Shahid Iqbal held a meeting with HAYRAT Foundation, Turkey on this matter and visited the orphanage currently being managed by the Turkish NGO. Both sides also discussed the functioning and related procedures of the orphanage.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan’s Orphan Care Program is already running state-of-the- art Aghosh Homes as well as home-based orphan sponsorship program across Pakistan.
Şanli Urfa, Turkey: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Executive Director Shahid Iqbal visited Suleiman Shah Refugee Camp for Syrian Families in Şanli Urfa, Turkey and distributed relief goods comprising Food Packages among the refugees.
During the visit, AKFP ED Shahid Iqbal also visited the medical center established for the Syrian Refugees. He also held a meeting with the management of the camp and exchanged his views regarding services being provided to the Syrian Refugees inside Turkey.
Şanli Urfa, located on the Turkey-Syria border near Tell Abiad city of Syria, is home to more than 600,000 Syrian Refugees. Suleiman Shah Refugee Camp is providing basic facilities to over 30,000 Syrian Refugees.
Ankara: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Executive Director Shahid Iqbal visited the head office of the Union of Non-Governmental Organizations of the Islamic World (İSDB) during his Turkey visit. He held meeting with UNIW Secretary General Ali Kurt and discussed the matters related to the chances of bilateral collaborations in the field of humanitarian emergency relief. They also discussed the possible role of international NGOs of Islamic countries in the conflicted areas. Both sides agreed to take the bilateral cooperation to a new level in future.
Lahore: Continuing its humanitarian activities, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has delivered the relief goods to Syrian Refugees in collaboration with Turkish welfare organization HAYRAT Foundation. MNA Aisha Syed distributed Food Packages among Syrian families on the occasion.
Meanwhile, fresh relief activities have also been performed for Rohingya Refugees in Bngladesh. The activities included establishment of Child Home where Rohingya children get free education and food, installation of Water Hand Pumps and establishment of Free Medical Facility for examination and provision of medicines to the refugee families. The activities have been sponsored by KOHATIANS Alumni Association of Cadet College Kohat.
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