UAE Khalifa Foundation continues its charity program in Pakistan

By Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan

The United Arab Emirates Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Charity Foundation has been purposefully engaged in eventful activities of iftrai programs in different areas of Pakistan since the dawn of Ramadan. A large number of needy people, poor families, children of orphanages, blind students, elderly people and the last but not the least special children benefited from this extensive iftar dinners.

The UAE Embassy last night supervised another Iftar Dinner in Islamabad where more than 300 people attended. All the attendants were served well.

A member of the UAE Embassy and Director of the National Council of Social Welfare and Special Education Dr. Fayyaz Ahmed Bhatti shared the iftar with the common people. Dr. Bhatti appreciated the indefatigable humanitarian efforts of Khalifa Charity Foundation which successfully delivered this charitable initiative for the wellbeing of the deserving poor and needy families in different cities of Pakistan. It was instrumental to bring happiness, comfort and admired feelings to them.

Bhatti said that the National Council of Social Welfare and Special Education is ready to cooperate with the UAE charitable institutions and organizations in order to help these vulnerable segments of society by lessening their miseries by meeting some of their basic needs. These coordinated efforts would be effective to address the social problems of these people, he added. He suggested that initiatives could go further to offer valuable economic rehabilitation to these people at the grass root levels by improving their basic skills for the promotion of social development through self reliance.

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