Here are some photos of Pakistan Great Home
Pakistan Sweet Homes is currently providing a home to over 4,200 orphan children across Pakistan. With estimated figures revealing that there are over 4 million orphans across Pakistan, we know our work is far from complete, thus we are always striving to take our organization from strength to more strengthen. We have now launched a new and exciting phase of our work: Pakistan Great Homes.
Pakistan Great Homes seeks to support the elderly Pakistani community; many of who are unwell, poor and alone. Initially based in Islamabad, it will provide medical assistance, shelter, food and personal care to underprivileged older people living in Islamabad. Beyond that, we will offer lodging and assistance to cancer-sufferers who travel from all over Pakistan to receive medical care in Islamabad. This project is run in collaboration with Al Zohra Education Trust UK.
Al Zohra Education Trust is an Islamic registered charity based in Slough, Berkshire (UK), dedicated to education and poverty alleviation in the UK and overseas.
Shahnaz Akhtar founded the Trust more than ten years ago. Following the devastating 2004 earthquake in Pakistan, she started to raise funds in the local community to support the relief effort. Inspired by her work, a group of sisters joined her and remain part of the Trust's core team of volunteers today. The charity gradually expanded becoming registered in 2009, and continues to be run entirely by a team of sisters.