PBM establishes Model Sweet Home Centre
Pakistan Bait- ul-Mal (PBM) has established a 'Model Sweet Home Centre' at H-9 College for Boys Hostel Islamabad, a building provided by Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD). The model centre has the capacity to provide all possible facilities with quality education, food and residence to 300 children.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony of the centre here on Wednesday, Managing Director Pakistan Bait ul Mal, Zamurd Khan said that currently 30 Sweet Homes are working in the country in which 3000 orphan children have been taken into care. "Currently six centres are working in the capital while rest 24 centres are serving for welfare of thee children in different parts of the country" Zamurd Khan said adding, "Each centre accommodate 100 children but this model centre will provide residential and other facilities to 300 children". He also paid his gratitude to the political parties and politicians for supporting this cause and acknowledged role of media for promoting the cause of Sweet home and securing the bright future of these orphan children.
Speaking on the occasion as chief guest Federal Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Nazar Muhammad Gondal eulogized the services of PBM for considering the plight of orphan children and helping them to become productive member of society.
The minister also handed over keys of three carry vans to the children of Sweet Home which were donated by the students and teachers of different schools and colleges of Federal Directorate of Education.
He also announced a donation of Rs. 50,000 for Sweet Homes children stating it his share towards this noble cause. A number of parliamentarians including Muneera Sakir, Najma Hameed, Parveen Masood Bhatti, Tahira Aurang Zeb and media persons attended the ceremony.