When it comes to governments and the nonprofit sector, there’s no shortage of organizations that work with governmental organizations to achieve common goals. Over the years, the relationship between government and the nonprofit sector has grown without a great deal of attention or focus. Nonprofit organizations like Alkhidmat Foundation depend heavily on the trust of the public in order to carry out their missions, generate charitable support, and bring added value to the pursuit of public purposes.
This is what Alkhidmat has been doing that works as a team with the Pakistani government agencies and institutions. And to further strengthen the liaison, a delegation of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan called on Sardar Masood Ahmad Khan, Honorable President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Kashmir House, Islamabad. President AKFP, Muhammad Abdus Shakoor provided an overview of Alkhidmat’s various activities and ongoing projects for the development of the region.
Sardar Masood Ahmed Khan commended the work of Alkhidmat carried out in the areas of development, which includes lifting people out of poverty, community development, education, empowering women, healthcare, disaster management, orphanage, and microfinance, etc. Furthermore, Alkhidmat’s strategies to deal with the multidimensional aspects of the COVID-19 response, with a clear approach to efficiently and effectively minimize, mitigate and manage the adverse effects of the pandemic were also the subject of discussion.
The President AJK would soon pay a visit to Agosh College Murree. He also showed keen interest in observing the World Orphan Day on the 15th of Ramadan-ul-Mubarak.