Alkhidmat announces early completion of Water Projects; Medical Center expanded to Hospital status

Alkhidmat Karachi held its half-yearly review of plans and projects for the year 2024 at its head office on Thursday. Executive Director Rashid Qureishi presided over the meeting which was attended by all departmental heads and managers. It was disclosed that the number of Filtration plants in Karachi now stood at 61, and all water-related projects were on the way to completion as scheduled. Furthermore, the medical center in North Karachi had been expanded and given the status of a full-fledged hospital, with in-patients starting to be welcomed. Meanwhile, the number of orphan children in Karachi’s only Aghosh Homes had reached 100, while the total number of orphans under the Orphan Care program had reached 2033 with the addition of 27 children in the first half of the year. Several initiatives under Community Services were being undertaken such as the distribution of Sewing Machines, Shadi Boxes and Ration Packages. Moreover, around 50 low-income families had been provided employment opportunities under the Mawakhat program. The participants were also briefed about the Hide-collection Campaign during the upcoming Eid ul Adha. Bano Qabil 2.0 had concluded with nearly 20,000 students graduating under it, and new registrations would shortly commence under Bano Qabil 3.0 with more campuses under consideration and Entry Tests to be conducted at the district level. Around 15 students had completed their Hifz-ul-Quran at various Tafheem madrasas under the Education department which had conducted certificate and prize distribution ceremonies, Naat and Speech competitions, Taraweeh, Eid Milan and other programs. Donation and funding campaigns had been run as planned while 576 new volunteers had signed for Alkhidmat. Addressing the meeting, Executive Director Rashid Qureishi acknowledged the efforts of all the heads and their teams and encouraged them to reach their targets and complete their projects successfully on time.


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