A Qatar Charity delegation opens an orphanage in

A Qatar Charity delegation opens an orphanage in Pakistan

3/20/2024 | Media Center

As part of the continued interaction of charitable people with the campaign to sponsor 5,000 orphans, a delegation from Qatar Charity opened an orphanage in the Shujaabad region of Punjab, Pakistan. The home can accommodate 150 orphans, as Qatar Charity built it and fully furnished it with the necessary equipment.

  The house was opened by a delegation of Qatari donors, namely Mrs. Ohoud Al-Duwailah, Mrs. Hind Khalifa Al-Kubaisi, Mrs. Maryam Ahmed Al-Zaman, Mr. Abdel Nasser Ibrahim Fakhro, Mrs. Badriya Al-Yaqout, Mrs. Sheikha Al-Muftah, and Mrs. Latifa Al-Kuwari, in addition to Mr. Nayef Muhammad Al-Hajri, Second Secretary at the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Pakistan, and Mr. Khaled Al-Yafei. Director of Customer Service Department at Qatar Charity.

A special Iftar with sponsors

The delegation shared Iftar with the orphans, where meals were prepared with them. The children also helped in the preparation process and invited the guests to eat the breakfast table.

Haider Ali, a ten-year-old child who is one of the sponsored orphans, said: “I am very happy with this home because it contains a sports field and all the requirements for a decent life. I want to become a famous football player, and thanks to my generous sponsor, I will begin to achieve my dreams.”

As for Shahida Bano, a child under 11 years old, she said: “It is a dream for me that the sponsors come and cook food for us themselves. It is truly an emotional situation for all of us. May God reward them for the goodness and care they provide us.”

For her part, Dr. Ohood Al-Duwailah said: “This is my first visit to Pakistan. I enjoyed meeting my sponsored children, preparing food for them, spending an enjoyable time with them, and we also discussed several matters.”

Mrs. Hind Khalifa Al-Kubaisi said: “I am lucky today because I visited Pakistan and met my children who are sponsored by Qatar Charity. We had a good time together and I wish we had stayed with them for a longer time. I always pray for their success.”

Income generating projects

The Qatar Charity delegation also visited a bakery run by a woman in the Muzaffargarh region of Punjab, where Qatar Charity equipped the bakery with all the necessary tools for baked goods and electronic devices and supported Mrs. Sawira Ahmed’s passion and helped her become a business leader and a role model for other women. The delegation expressed their appreciation for her efforts.

The delegation also met with women working in a sewing house that Qatar Charity had established in an institute to teach sewing, and they visited a mosque affiliated with Qatar Charity in which more than 500 children learned the Holy Qur’an.

It is worth mentioning that as part of its “Endless Giving” campaign for the 1445 AH Ramadan, Qatar Charity has launched a drive to sponsor a new batch of orphans in several countries around the world. The goal is to reach the sponsorship of 5,000 new orphans, with the support of benevolent individuals, both citizens and residents of Qatar.

This campaign comes under the slogan “Expand Your Family” and aims to encourage families in Qatar to sponsor one or more orphans, considering them as sons or daughters within their family in terms of care and attention.

Donations to the campaign can be made through the following link: