Kashf Foundation distributes cheques to Badami Bagh incident victims
Kashf Foundation - Pakistan's premier microfinance institution that has been working in Pakistan since 1996, has provided Rs. 440,000 worth of relief via an income transfer scheme for 44 families affected in the arson attack Joseph Colony, Badami Bagh Lahore. The Managing Director of Kashf Foundation,. Roshaneh Zafar distributed cash grants of Rs. 10,000 to women from each of the 44 households.
The aim of the relief was to help the affected households with daily expenses and needs while they re-settled. Kashf Foundation's Chief Operating Officer Mr. Kamran Azim, Manager Human Resources Zainab Saeed and Regional Manager Yasir Ijaz were also present at the small ceremony which took place in the branch premises of Kashf Foundation near Yakki Gate.
At the ceremony, Managing Director Kashf Foundation. Roshaneh Zafar shared that Kashf Foundation had been working in the area for the past 13 years and specifically Joseph Colony for past 8 years and through these trying times Kashf Foundation will support the affected households. Moreover, she added that all Pakistanis have equal rights and that the State must ensure the safety and security of their lives and their property. The residents of Joseph Colony are hard working and law abetting citizens, and attacks on them are condemned by all.