ICCI assures support to PSH for economic empowerment of orphans


Zummarad Khan, Patron-in-Chief, Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH) said that his institution was working to provide better education to orphan children to make them productive citizens of the country. He said that many of these children would emerge as tomorrow’s rising entrepreneurs to contribute effectively in the economic development of the country. He expressed these views during his visit to Islamab ad Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with orphan children to congratulate the ICCI Office Bearers.

Zummarad Khan said that Pakistan Sweet Homes was the largest organization in the country dedicated to providing shelter and education to the orphan kids. He said that with the support of collaborators, PSH has established its network in all parts of the country to make orphan children valuable human capital of the country. He said that the network of PSH was expanding with the support of collaborators to empower the orphans so that they could lead a respectable life and make useful contributions towards the economy of Pakistan.

He hoped that the business community would continue to cooperate with PSH so that it could play a more effective role for the economic empowerment of the orphan children. Speaking at the occasion, Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry lauded the valuable services of Zummarad Khan for dedicating his life for the welfare of the orphan children.

He said that providing education to orphan children of PSH was a great service to humanity and hoped that many of them would excel in various fields of life including entrepreneurship.

He said that ICCI was ready to work with PHS for the skills development of orphan children to make them skilled manpower for the industry. He said that ICCI can help in fostering entrepreneurship in these children to make them job creators instead of job seekers.—NNI

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