150 Orphans will be provided free accommodation, food, and health & education facilities besides vocational training
150 children are already at ‘My Home’ Center established four years back in Ubauro
By Nazir Malik
Ubauro: The local chapter of Al-Mustafa Welfare Society has started second phase of registering the orphan and destitute children of Ghotki district and plans registration of 150 such children so that they could be provided free accommodation, food, and health and education facilities.
Al-Mustafa Welfare Society had established ‘My Home’ center here four years back where 150 orphans were being looked after. “Now, 150 more children would be registered,” Abdul Ghaffar Saeedi, Trustee of the Society, said on Sunday. He is currently visiting different districts of Sindh.
Saeedi, who was accompanied by Malik Muhammad Iqbal, the president of Pakistan Malik Foundation, Sindh chapter and others, while speaking at local press club, told that the society is focusing on education of orphans besides their health and other needs. “We have also arranged vocational training for the children at My Home so that when grown up, they can earn their own livelihood using their skills,” he said.
Elaborating further, Saeedi told that the orphan children of four to eight years of age are being registered. “The children, after having passed matriculation, will be imparted training in different vocations, so that they don’t become dependent on others,” he said.
Al-Mustafa Welfare Society is a non-government and non-profit organization working in health and education sectors. It runs hospitals on charity basis, undertakes rescue and relief operation during emergency situations and organizes blood donation camps etc.