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Saylani Trust Launches “Umeed ki Kiran” Project to Educate Out-of-School Children

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In a bid to address the issue of out-of-school children and street kids, the non-profit Saylani Welfare International Trust has initiated the “Umeed ki Kiran” project. This initiative aims to establish a network of modern charitable schools to enroll hundreds of thousands of marginalized children across the country. The project was officially launched at the Al-Mohsin Sweet Homes and Educational Complex in Korangi, Karachi.

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During the launch event, Maulana Muhammad Bashir Farooq Qadri, Chairman of Saylani Trust, highlighted the organization’s commitment to providing quality education and IT training to the youth. He emphasized the importance of education in empowering youth and contributing to the country’s economy. Over the past 24 years, Saylani Trust has spent Rs 60 billion on various humanitarian projects, including Rs 13 billion in the last year alone.

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Maulana Qadri expressed gratitude to the philanthropists, donors, and the public for their support. He also mentioned Saylani Trust’s humanitarian efforts abroad, including providing emergency assistance to earthquake victims in Turkiye and food rations to the oppressed people in Gaza. The Consul General of Oman in Karachi, Engineer Sami Abdullah Salim Al Khanjari, praised Saylani Trust’s charitable works, noting the generosity of the Pakistani people towards philanthropic causes.

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