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NCSC Administration Team and Course Faculty Advisors Visit Pakistan Sweet Home

NUST Community Service Club (NCSC) administration team along with few CSL-401 course faculty advisors visited the Pakistan Sweet Home, H-13 orphanage. Dr. Syed Irtizi Ali Shah (Faculty head NCSC), Ms. Maheen Mumtaz (AM Community Service Publications & Evaluation), Ms. Sehrish Hamid (AM Community Service, Program Coordinator), Dr. Lubaba (Faculty advisor S3H), Dr. Zujaja (Faculty advisor S3H), Ms. Maleeha Rizwan (Faculty advisor NBS) and Mr. Adnan Hanif (Faculty advisor SMME) visited the facility on 9th October 2014 to look for areas of collaboration.

Pakistan Sweet home is a non-profitable organization working for the orphan children. It is a project of Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal, government of Pakistan. Mr. Zamurrad Khan (Ex-Chairman PBM and Ex- MNA) is the Managing Director of Pakistan Sweet home. At present Pakistan sweet home has established 31 orphanages all over Pakistan including Azad Jammu Kashmir and northern areas of Pakistan, where 3100 orphans are residing.  The main objectives of this organization are to provide shelter, rehabilitation and education for Orphans children. Pakistan sweet homes have 5 orphanages located in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Pakistan sweet home has recently established an orphanage in H-13 Islamabad.

The center in-charge Mr. Waseem along with other administration staff give a complete visit of the orphanage. The overall infrastructure of the building including the basic facilities like food, shelter and clothing for the orphans was satisfactory. Currently there are 60 male orphans, lying between the age groups of 4 to 12 years residing in this orphanage. The incharge of the center also told that most of the children belong to KPK and are the sufferers of operation Zarb-e-Azab. The administration team of Pakistan sweet home requested from the team from NUST to send its volunteers for various community service projects like psychological counseling of the kids, establishment of a computer lab, arrangements for basic computer and drawing classes and donations. The team decided to have these projects lead by course students.