Peshawar: Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program arranged a Health Screening Camp at Alkhidmat Foundation School Pushtakhara, Peshawar. More than 150 children of the school were physically examined regarding their health by Dr. Jan Mast. Medicines were prescribed and provided to the children for free.
Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Orphan Care Program in persuasion of its target to up bring the moral values of Orphan Children arranged a session at Alkhidmat Foundation School Pushtakhara, Peshawar. Children were given lectures on “Respect Elders and Love Youngers” to the registered Orphan Children. Under the supervision of Mr. Fida Muhammad Khan, President AKF Peshawar, children participated in the learning activity where certificates were distributed among the participants.
Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Peshawar in collaboration with Tanzeem e Asatiza Pakistan held Kifalat e Yateem program activity in Peshawar. Mr. Inayat Ullah Khan, Senior Minister for Local Government & Rural Development addressed to the audience including more than 500 orphan children from KPK. He appreciated the work done by Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program and said that since AKF is catering to the needs of more than 7000 orphan children it is the biggest NGO working for the cause of Orphan Children in Pakistan. Mr. Inayat Ullah Khan distributed 500 education kits and bags among orphan children at the end.
Islamabad: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan celebrated Orphan Solidarity Day in collaboration with IHH at Islamabad. More than 600 orphan children and widows participated in the event while a Turkish delegation was also present at the program. Mr. Abdus Shakoor, President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan welcomed all the participants and guest and said that Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is working for Orphan Children in Pakistan with complete devotion. He said that the organization has been facilitating more than 7000 orphan children through its Orphan Care Program across Pakistan.
Mr. Abdul Baqi Murad, Representative of IHH thanked Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan for helping them support the cause of Orphan Children. He said that Pak-Turk friendship is based on true Islamic values and Pakistan is like a next home to all Turks. He said that IHH wants to provide a better future to the orphan children with the help of Alkhidmat Foundation in Pakistan.
Appreciation certificates were awarded to the position holders while widows were given sewing machines at the end of the event.
Rawalpindi: Beacon House School, Margalla Campus sent a group of students under the supervision of Mr. Zain Shariq, Head Boy to visit Aghosh Alkhidmat Rawalpindi. The group of 10 students visited all the facilities of the Center and appreciated the work done by Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan and the staff of Aghosh Rawalpindi. They also painted the common room of Aghosh Rawalpindi voluntarily by involving orphan children of the Center in the activity. They also distributed gifts among the orphan children.
Quetta: The Clean Water program of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has successfully installed a new community hand pump in Ghous Abad village near Quetta city. The project will benefit more than 220 villagers in the remote area of Balochistan province. The newly installed hand pump was donated in the name of Akhter Hanife (Late).
It is also pertinent to be mentioned here that over 1.4 million people benefit from water projects of the AKFP on daily basis across the country.
Quetta: Alkhidmat Foundation Balochistan held its first Volunteers Orientation and Induction Session for the students of Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Quetta. Mr. Imran Khan, Career Development Manager BUITEMS was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. 35 students of the university were enrolled as Volunteers for Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan under the supervision of Mr. Ejaz Mehboob, Vice President Alkhidmat Foundation Balochistan.
Quetta: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan instigated a forum consisting of several Civil Society Organizations working for the cause of Orphan Children in Pakistan. The idea is to develop a consortium to synergize the sector and work collectively for a common cause. In order to bring all the partner organizations, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan held the first meeting of this forum and named it as Pakistan Orphan Care Forum (POCF).
SOS Children Village, Muslim Hands, Helping Hands and Islamic Relief joined hands with Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan to form an independent organization to work for Orphan Children in Pakistan. It was mutually decided that Mr. Abdus Shakoor, President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan will also work as President of POCF while the Forum will work initially in Lahore, Karachi, Quetta, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Peshawar and Rawalpindi.
Mr. Nisar Ahmad Sabir, Secretary General Pakistan Orphan Care Forum, Ms. Iffat Ata Yonus, Director SOS Children Village, Malik Naeem, Regional Manager- Muslim Hands and Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad Kakar, Regional Manager – Helping Hands were represented their organizations at the meeting. Next meeting of the forum will held on 10 May at the office of Islamic Relief.
Mansehra: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has raised over Rs.20 million funds for its Orphan Care Program at charity dinner held in Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The event was attended by large number of local and central officials of the AKFP while renowned columnist Orya Maqbool Jan appeared as a special guest. The raised funds also included a plot worth Rs.10 million.
It is also pertinent to be mentioned here that Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is sponsoring more than 7,000 orphan children at its orphanages and orphan family support program. The sponsored kids are provided with best residential, educational and recreational facilities.
Karachi: Alkhidmat Foundation inaugurated “Shaheed Pasha Gul Laboratory” in Alkhidmat Fareeda Yaqoob Hospital. Mr. Ammar Gul, Son of Mr. Shaheed Pasha Gul inaugurated the Laboratory along with Mr. Ghulam Mohammad Khan and Mr. Ghulam Samdhani. The lab is dedicated to Shaheed Pasha Gul, Ex-President Pakistan Steel Mills Labor Association (PASLO).
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