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Seminar by AKFP About Rohingyas in Hazara University

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan, in collaboration with Hazara University Mansehra, held a seminar in the University in order to raise public awareness about “Rohingya Muslims”. Mr. Shaikh Firdous, President Rohingya Federation of Arakan, was chief guest of the event. He spoke about what the issue is and how the Rohingyas are suffering as a result. He also shed light on the relief work done by Alkhidmat Foundation in the effected area. Many students, faculty and armed forces’ personnel were among the audience.

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Mr. Shaikh Firdous Visits AKF Hospital Peshawar

Mr. Shiekh Firdous, President Rohingya Federation, visited Alkhidmat Hospital Nishtar Abad Peshawar. Iqtidar Ahmad, Director Alkhidmat Hospital briefed him about all services of Hospital. Shiekh Firdous highly appreciated Alkhidmat Foundation efforts in health sector.

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Mr. Shaik Firdous Visits Peshawar For Rohingya Support Ceremony

Appreciation ceremony for the support of Rohingya Muslims organised by Alkhidmat Foundation in Peshawar. Mr Sheikh Firdous, President Rohingya Federation of Arakan, was chief guest of the event. While addressing the audience, he praised the people for showing their support to the people of Rohingya and shed light on the dire situation of Rohingyas.

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AKFP Dir Lower Elects New President

Engineer Yaqoob u Rahman Took Oath of President AKF Dir Lower for upcoming Season 2017 to 2019. National director disaster Management AKF PAK (Fazal Mahmood was also present. Shields were also distributed among best volunteers and Zonal presidents. Mr. Malak Parvez, vice President AKF KPK, was the chief guest.

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Rohingya Charity Bazaar Contributes Rs 5 million

Alkhidmat appreciates the efforts of sisters Durdana Siddiqi, Dr. Sameeha Raheel Qazi, Naveeda Anees, Talat Zaheer and Nasira Ilyas who were leading the “Rohingya Charity Bazaar”. The wisdom of these sisters and force of the youth collectively made it possible to raise and donate Rs 50 Lac towards the cause of People of Rohingya. Mr. Abdus Shakoor also appreciated the efforts of these sisters.