Alkhidmat Town Visit by Alkhidmat Islamabad

Alkhidmat ISB Visits Alkhdimat Town Islamabad

AKFP Islamabad visited the Alkhidmat Town in Islamabad that AKFP, proudly, established for the victims of the EarthQuake 2005. Local leadership of AKFP paid a visit to town in order to check overall progress of the town development, met with locals and led prayers for those who lost their lives in earth quake.

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Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Release Visual Identity Standard Guide

Lahore, 31-01-2016: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has launched a “VISUAL IDENTITY STANDARD GUIDE”. The idea behind the launch of the VISG is to create uniformity in Alkhidmat Foundation’s Read more

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Alkhidmat Foundation’s Annual General Council Meeting Commence In Lahore

Lahore, 30-01-2016: Alkhidmat Foundation’s two day General Council meeting started today. The heads of Alkhidmat Foundation’s working areas participated in the meeting while all the regional leadership (Presidents and Vice Presidents) was also present. Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing Read more

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Alkhidmat Foundation Arranges Central Board Of Management Meeting To Strategize 2016

Lahore, 26-12-2015: Alkhidmat Foundation arranged a Central Board of Management meeting in which the participants reviewed Alkhidmat Foundation’s performance in the year 2015 and also planned a strategy for the upcoming year. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Abus Shakoor (President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan) Read more

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Alkhidmat Foundation Reacts To 8.1 Magnitude Earthquake in Pakistan

An earthquake of 8.1 magnitudes has hit major cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Quetta, Kohat, and Malakand. At least 12 casualties have been reported. The number of injured and casualties are feared to rise as reports come in. Read more

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An earthquake of 8.1 magnitudes has hit major cities of Pakistan

Lahore, 26-10-2015: An earthquake of 8.1 magnitudes has hit major cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Quetta, Kohat, and Malakand. At least 23 casualties have been reported. The number of injured and casualties are feared to rise as reports come in. Read more