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Alkhidmat Women Wing Distributed Food Package

Alkhidmat Women Wing Distributed Food Package

Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing Pakistan delivered ration packages among the most marginalized segments of Lahore city that would support them for Fasting in Ramadan-ul-Mubarak with easiness. The food packages were distributed among the needy of the neediest people and families.

Ramadan Food Pack Distribution by Women Wing Pakistan

Ramadan Food Package Distribution by Alkhidmat Women Wing

Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing Pakistan distributed ration packs in Multan among unemployed women. The activity was carried out under Alkhidmat Mawakhat Program.

Conference on “Informed Woman, Sustainable Family”

Conference on “Informed Woman, Sustainable Family”

Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing organized a women’s conference titled “Informed Woman, Sustainable Family”. A good number of women leaders belonging to different walks of life including university students and female journalists attended the conference. Addressing the conference, Dr. Shahla Ikram, Founder Women Chamber of Commerce said that women hold a significant and acknowledged importance in

Health Screening Camp & Haya Day Celebration

Health Screening Camp & Haya Day Celebration

To nurture mothers and children intellectually and to examine their physical health, Alkhidmat Foundation under its Orphan Family Support Program arranged a health screening camp in Kharyan. Different workshop sessions were also held keeping in due consideration of children’s age groups and their mental tendencies in accordance with the upcoming Haya Day. Children expressed their

Winter.. A blessing as Well as Blighting

Winter.. A blessing as Well as Blighting

Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing dispersed winter package containing warm clothes, blankets and dry ration among the needy and deserving women in Bahawalpur. Until today, Alkhidmat Foundation Women Wing has distributed the winter package and ration among more than 250 families.

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