US embassy officials visit Pakistan Sweet Homes
Islamabad—A 5-member delegation of the US Embassy officials visited Pakistan Sweet homes headquarters and met the orphans of Pakistan Sweet Homes and spent time with them. A story telling session was also arranged by the US embassy staff for the orphan kids.
The US diplomats were highly inspired by the talent of children from the North of Pakistan. The officials of the embassy also vowed to join the team as a volunteer of Pakistan Sweet Homes.
One of the US embassy staff Robert Raines said, “Pakistan Sweet Homes is the true face of Pakistan and by seeing in the eyes of these angels (Orphans) we can be assure of the fact that Pakistan has bright future ahead. US embassy in collaboration with Pakistan-US Alumni Network (PUAN) has been working for the development of Pakistan, and we are so proud of the fact that many members of PUAN are working on volunteer basis with Sweet Homes”
On this occasion Patron-in-Chief Pakistan Sweet Homes, Zamurrad Khan said “We want all the national and international organizations to join our noble cause. Pakistan US alumni Network volunteers have been actively working for sweet homes. Sweet homes mission is to protect the vulnerable orphan kids from the menace of terrorism and we strongly condemn any form of terrorism in Pakistan. These angels want to join Pakistan Army to fight the evil of terrorism. The story telling session is a good initiative by US embassy, and we hope that more of these types of initiatives should be started by US embassy”
He further added that “Pakistan Sweet Homes started with one little angel in 2009 after Swat operation but now with the grace of almighty Allah and due to support of philanthropists all around Pakistan and overseas; Sweet homes have become the largest Project of Asia. Pakistan Sweet Homes is the only project of Pakistan in which all the political parties are working under one umbrella for the future of Pakistan. We are really thankful to international community for their increasing interest in our project. I am also thankful to the team of volunteers belonging to all the segments of Pakistan especially Dr. Shazia, Abdul Wahid Baber, Haq Nawaz, Umer Hussain and Waleed Hussain for being the pillars of Sweet Homes”.