AKF Pakistan Dispatches Winter Packages For Balochistan

Balochistan: Winter season brings a lot of problems for the poor and needy families who are deprived of basic needs of life. Purchase of warm clothing puts extra burden on their income. To share the burden of such poor families Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan in collaboration with its partner NGOs distributes Winter Packages among hundreds of poor and needy families across Pakistan.

For the distribution of warm clothing across Pakistan, Alkhidmat sends these winter packages in all its operational regions. A truck loaded with these Winter Packages was sent to Balochistan on Thursday 30th December, 2016. These Winter Packages will be distributed in Balochistan by arranging number of distribution ceremonies in the province.


AKF Pakistan Distributed Winter Packages Among 93 Orphans In Karachi

Karachi: Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program (OCP) arranged a Winter Package Distribution Ceremony at Al-Kareem School Karachi. Under the supervision of Mr. S. Musab Bin Khalid, Program Manager Alkhidmat OCP Karachi, 93 orphan children received winter packages from Mr. Abdul Jameel, District President Bin Qasim and Mr.  A. Kareem Bukhsh, Zone Secretary Dist. East. Mothers of most of the orphan children were also present at the distribution ceremony and they thanked Alkhidmat and Foundation of the Faithful (FOF) for the winter package.

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AKF Pakistan Inaugurates New Child Protection Center in Green Town, Lahore

 Lahore: According to an estimate Pakistan hosts some 1.2 million street children who are experiencing homelessness and are forced to live on the city streets. Providing shelter, food and education to such a huge population is a big challenge and Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is eager to fulfil its goal to provide basic facilities of life to each and every child. Adding a new feather to the cap, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan on Thursday (December 29, 2016) inaugurated a new Child Protection Center in Lahore’s Green Town area. This is AKF’s 10th such center which will cater the needs of 20 street children. The project has been implemented in collaboration with UK Islamic Mission (UKIM). The Child Protection Center was inaugurated by Senior Vice President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Syed Ihsan Ullah Waqas, while Director CPP Punjab Rana Usman Wadood, Professor Dr. Mahar Saeed Akhtar of Punjab University and Waseem Aslam Qureshi were also present at the inauguration ceremony. Syed Ihsan Ullah Waqas also distributed school supplies, including school books, bags and other goods, among the street children on the occasion. Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan is currently facilitating over 500 street children at its 10 Child Protection Centers. Of which about 150 students have also joined formal education at schools after initial learning at AKF Child Protection Centers.

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Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program (AOCP) Organizes 2-Days Capacity Building Workshop In Peshawar

Peshawar: Alkhidmat Orphan Care Program (OCP) organized a two days Capacity Building Workshop at Peshawar. The workshop was as a whole on “How to deal with orphans” and focused on leadership qualities, love & care, training and other required skills. FSOs were also given training regarding scrutiny process to register orphan children of a specific area. Certificates were distributed among the participants by Mr. Khalid Waqas, President AKF KPK.