AKFP, HHRD Donate PKR18.3 Million Worth Medical Instruments to Peshawar Hospitals

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, in collaboration with HHRD, has provided medical instruments worth PKR 18.3 million to Peshawar District Government. These instruments will be used at state-run hospitals, dispensaries and basic health units.

A special ceremony was organized at Peshawar District Hall Council with reference to this contribution where AKFP KPK chapter President Khalid Waqas represented Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan while Peshawar District Nazim Arbab Asim chaired the session.

The members of district council were informed that all medical instruments had already reached Pakistan and would be handed over to the district government within days.

AKFP Sindh chapter Arranges “Annual Training Convention” for Staff

Karachi: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sindh chapter arranged Annual Training Convention to upgrade the knowledge, skills, and professionalism of its district and regional team members. The training was conducted on various subjects including Professionalism and Leadership, Resource Mobilization and Volunteer Management, Social change agent. Dr. Mushtaq Mangat (AKFP Secretary General), Amir Salman (Director RMD AKFP Sindh chapter), Mazhar Munir, Saad Zubairi, and Abdul Rehman delivered their lectures and shared their experiences about several effective methods to enhance output at workplace. AKFP team members from districts and regional manahement of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sindh chapters participated in the event.


“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.

AKFP Women Wing Trust to Arrange Mass Marriage Ceremony of 50 Needy Couples

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Women Wing (Trust) is set to arrange a mass marriage ceremony of as many as 50 needy and deserving couples in Peshawar on February 21 (Wednesday). AKFP Secretary General Dr. Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat will be chief guest at the ceremony.
Earlier the AKFP Women Wing Trust had undertaken the mass marriage ceremony for 15 orphan couples in Peshawar. The ceremony was supervised by AKFP Peshawar chapter while AKFP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter President Khalid Waqas was chief guest on the occasion. The newly married couples were also given household goods and special gifts by the AKFP and the honorable guests.

Annual Board Meeting of AKFP Disaster Management Program Held in Lahore

Lahore: The annual board meeting of Alkhidmat Disaster Management program was held at AKFP Head Office, Lahore. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Secretary General Dr. Muhammad Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat, Executive Director Shahid Iqbal, General Manager Programs Sufyan Khan and other members of the board attended the meeting. The board reviewed performance of AKFP volunteers in the fields of rescue, relief and rehabilitation and devised a new roadmap to be followed in 2018.


AKFP Arranges Free Medical Camp in Kandhkot

Kandhokt: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan SIndh chapter arranged a free medical camp for needy patients in Kandhkot. The camp was lead by Prof. Dr. Alam Ibrahim, Head of Neurology Dept Benazir Bhutto Medical University Larkana. Several other senior and young doctors were also present on the occasion. A total of more than 400 patients were examined/treated at the medical camp.


PKR 1 Million Funds Raised at Friends of Alkhidmat Gathering in Okara

Okara: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Punjab chapter arranged a meeting of Friends of Alkhidmat in Okara. PKR 1 million were raised for Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program at the meeting. AKFP Punjab chapter President Rao Muhammad Zafar was also present on the occasion. He also briefed the participants about key achievements of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan with an exclusive focus on the Orphan Care Program.


AKFP Announces Financial Aid for Engineering Student Forced to Quit Studies Due to Poverty

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter announced educational financial aid for the civil engineering student, Shahid Ali, who was forced to leave education due to poor economic situation of the family. In first instalment, PKR 38,000 have been handed over to the student while remaining fees will also be paid regularly. AKFP KPK President Khalid Waqas Handed over the cheque to Shahid Ali. Shahid Ali is a student of second semester at UET, Bannu and his father is a mental patient. He secured CGPA 3.88 in the first semester.


AKFP Holds Mass Marriage Ceremony For 15 Orphan Couples

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan arranged a collective marriage ceremony for as many as 15 orphan couples in Peshawar. The ceremony was supervised by AKFP Peshawar chapter while AKFP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter President Khalid Waqas was chief guest on the occasion. The newly married couples were also given household goods and special gifts by the AKFP and the honorable guests.


AKFP, Superior Group Sign MoU for Bilateral Collaboration

Lahore: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan and Superior Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to extend their bilateral collaboration in the fields of healthcare, social service and media coverage. The MoU signing ceremony was held at Superior University, Lahore. AKFP Secretary General Dr. Mushtaq AHmad Mangat and Ayesha Zahid represented their respective organizations.