Lahore: Dr. Muhammad Mushtaq Managat, Secretary General, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan gave a lecture at Riphah International University, Lahore. He discussed the concept of “Volunteerism” and inspired the participants of the seminar. Volunteers appreciated the concepts given by Dr. Mangat and said that they have understood the real essence of volunteerism. Most of the students filled volunteers registration form of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan.
Layyah: Alkhidmat Women Wing leaves no stone unturned in the welfare of women in the society. Alkhidmat Women Wing inaugurated a Sewing Center in Layyah. The center will help local women learn the Sewing Skills to become independent by earning their living by their own. During the inauguration ceremony, Ms. Sadia Farooq, President AKF Women Wing handed over Wedding Boxes to two poor and needy girls as their wedding gifts.
AKF Women Wing also arranged a training session for the mothers of registered orphan children at Dist. Bin Qasim. Mothers were sensitized on the topic of Love to Allah and Survival in the Poverty. Ms. Shehnaz Baqi, Vice President AKF Women Wing distributed gifts among participants of the event.
Lahore: In a bid to enhance collaboration among the two charity organizations, a delegation of Alkhidmat Germany visited different projects of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan and held meeting with the officials of the latter in Lahore. The delegation comprised of Dr. Omar Anwar, Dr. Sufyan Anwar and Muhammad Anawar.
Beginning their day-long tour, the Alkhidmat Germany team first visited Alkhidmat Blood Bank at Suraya Azeem Hospital, Lahore where they were given a briefing about the well-equipped and the state of art diagnostic lab which is serving the needy patients. Afterwards, the delegates reached the head office of AKFP and held a highly productive meeting with the management of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan.
On this occasion, the three-member delegation was also given a multimedia presentation on AKFP programs, projects and activities. They appreciated the work of Alkhidmat. Meanwhile the both sides also agreed to strengthen the organizational setup of Alkhidmat Germany.
The members of the delegation also attended a workshop on “Quality Management in Operations” at Hotel Royal, Lahore and had a quality time with the employees of AKFP.
Later on, delegates also paid a visit to Aghosh Alkhidmat Sheikhupura, where they were warmly greeted by the orphans residing at the orphanage. Speaking on the occasion, Alkhidmat Germany delegation expressed their dedication towards raising more funds the orphans.
They also expressed their interest in the health related and Child Protection Center projects to raise funds in Germany
Alkhidmat Germany’s delegates will also visit Child Protection Center located in Sabzazar, Lahore where they will be familiarized with the activities of the Child Protection Center.
Attock: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has successfully inaugurated Alkhidmat Medical Center in Attock to provide state of the art health facilities to the residents of the under-developed district. The project has been completed in collaboration with Qatar Charity.
The inauguration ceremony was held on Sunday in Attock where First Secretary of Qatar Embassy in Pakistan Umer Hassan Al Hail appeared as the chief guest while Country Director Qatar Charity Ameen Abdul Rehman, Senior Vice President AKFP Syed Ihsanullah Waqas, National Director AKFP Health Services Dr Afzal, President AKF Punjab chapter Rao Zafar and local officials of the Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan and Qatar Charity were also present on the occasion.
The landmark health project is stretched at 5321 square feet and has been completed at the cost of Rs. 15 million. The project is first of its sort in the area where health sector is facing serious problems, and is expected to benefit 20,000 to 25,000 people annually.
Lahore: The Quarterly Teachers Meeting and Planning Forum of Child Protection Program Punjab was arranged at the head office of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan’s Punjab region in Lahore. The coordinators and teachers from all of the Child Protection Centers managed by AKFP in Punjab region participated in the forum.On the occasion, the administrators of the Child Protection Centers also presented the performance reports of their respective centers. They also apprised the participants about their future plans.
Vice President Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Punjab chapter Mian Waqas Waheed and Mehar Saeed Akhtar, Director Alkhidmat Education Program Punjab region were also present.
Lahore: Capacity building of the team has always been an integral part of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan. The two-day training workshop was consisting of several important segments to provide detailed information regarding project handling, reporting and execution. With the theme of “Quality Management in Operation”, the training served the purpose to increase professional competency of all the Head Office staff members of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan.
Training was divided in different sessions including Budget Management and Financial Reporting, Compliance of ISO 9001-2015, Tax & Procurement Management and Organizational Culture. At the end, Syed Ihsan Ullah Waqas, Sr. Vice President AKFP distributed participation certificates among the participants of the workshop.
Multan: Rao Muhammad Zafar, President AKF Punjab supervised a workshop on “Leadership Training & Management” at Multan. All the district officials of Alkhidmat Foundation participated in the workshop. Mr. Ikram Ul Haq Subhani, General Secretary AKF Punjab gave a lecture on Leadership and Management. The workshop gave a chance to the participants to discover the difference between Leadership and Management. Participants of the workshop appreciated the efforts of orators and said that this workshop has given them the opportunity to distinguish between Management and Leadership.
They said that now they are able to draw a clear line between Management and Leadership and to decide that which path shall they chose to achieve their professional and personal goals.
Lahore: As many as 20 volunteers and 3 ambulances of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan participated in rescue operation following the blast in DHA, Lahore. The injured were rushed to General Hospital while the families of the victims were also provided with drinking water and meals. Mr Shahid Naveed Malik led the rescue operation.
MULTAN: Alkhidmat Foundation Multan Arranged a Free Medical and Eye Checkup camp at Chungi no. 1, Multan. Dr. Safdar Iqbal Hashmi, President AKF Multan supervised the camp where more than 400 patients were given the facility of free medical checkup. Around 200 individuals were screened for Hepatitis C and B while most of them were also screened for diabetes.
Peshawar: Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan in collaboration with Spreading Smiles Community and Karawan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa arranged a one day trip for 98 orphan students of Aghosh Alkhidmat Peshawar. Children visited Bagh e Naran, Tatara Park, Qila Bala Hisar and Peshawar Museum. Students also enjoyed their lunch at Spring Night restaurant where they relished their heartiest food. Commandant Frontier Corp Peshawar gave shoes to all the students as gift.
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