50 Years of Saba Trust Celebrated in Islamabad

Haji AmjadMehmood Chaudhry, Vice Land In-charge, Bahria Town Pakistan, and a well-known political and social celebratory, was among the distinguished guests who attended the Fifty Years celebrations of SABA Trust at Serena Hotel Islamabad, Pakistan, on October 14th, 2017.
He lauded the outstanding educational and welfare program – described as ‘unmatchable’ by many - run by the Trust for orphan girls who are treated like daughters and provided state-of-the-art education, accommodation, food, health, and recreational facilities.
He made a handsome donation to the Trust and pledged to support it on a regular basis.
Among the distinguished guests at the memorable celebrations was Ms Khalilah Camacho, wife of the late Mohammed Ali, who won the hearts of millions as world boxing champion and enjoyed enviable popularity across the globe. She had traveled all the way from the United States to attend the Saba Trust celebrations.
For the past 52 years Saba Education & Welfare Trust Pakistan (SABA Trust) has been devoting its energies, time, and efforts for the welfare of the needy in the areas of health, education, disaster relief, interfaith harmony, and welfare of widows and orphan girls. Saba Homes, a state-of-the-art facility, has been built over an area of more than 20,000 sqft, and presently supports orphan girls between the ages of 10 to 17 years. It is a unique institution, one of its kind in the world, and has won accolades from all and sundry.
The Saba Home girls are provided the best educational facilities in famous educational institutions such as the Army Public School. The Home's annual expenses approximate US$ 180,000. Saba Homes invests in the least advantaged segment of Pakistani society today to promote the most enlightened peace-loving leaders of tomorrow to build a strong Pakistan. The ultimate goal is to harness the human resource of Pakistan to the fullest for the betterment of the nation.





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