Alkhidmat Mawakhat Program makes arrangement of interest-free loans for the needy traders who intend to expand their small businesses. In such an effort, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Multan chapter has distributed PKR 1.2 million among 54 small traders. At a ceremony held in Multan, Muhammad Mushtaq Mangat (Secretary-General AKFP), Dr. Ashraf Ali Atique (President AKFP South
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Layyah chapter celebrated Pakistan’s Independence Day by arranging a prestigious ceremony for the orphan children. On this occasion, Rizwan Ahmed Khan (President AKFP Layyah chapter) highlighted the importance of independence day and extended their high hopes for the future of Pakistan. Special gifts were also distributed among the participants while the meal
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Rahim Yar Khan chapter arranged a monthly study center activity under its Child Character Development Program for the registered orphan children. Shabir Ahmed (General Secretary Alkhimat Foundation Rahim Yar Khan chapter) supervised the activity.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan North Punjab chapter organized a capacity building workshop on Research and Development for its workers and volunteers. The workshop took place at the building of Aghosh College, Murree. Former CEO Franklin Covey Foundation of North Korea, Br. Sadique, addressed the audience on the occasion.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan President Mahmoud Abdus Shakoor addressed the participants of five-day Leadership Camp at Aghosh College, Murree. The camp is being organized by the Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan North Punjab chapter for the character development of the orphan children. The camp will continue till July 22.
In a bid to appreciate the orphan children for their extraordinary performance during the last education year, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Rahim Yar Khan chapter distributed cash prizes among the children.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan North Punjab chapter organized a 2-day Leadership Camp for the orphan children at Aghosh College, Murree. The camp involves indoor and outdoor activities for the personal and collective development of the children.
Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has upgraded the Emergency Department at Alkhidmat Razi Hospital Islamabad, doubling its capacity to provide facilities. As many as three beds equipped with relevant equipment have also been dedicated for heart patients only. AKFP President Muhammad Abdus Shakoor inaugurated the newly expanded facility at the hospital, while a large number of locals