Kashf Foun­da­tion dis­trib­utes che­ques to Badami Bagh in­ci­dent vic­tims

The Pak Banker - - NATIONAL -

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.

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