Sarwar Foundation establishes Shelter home for homeless people

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Staff Reporter

Sarwar Foundation has established a Panagah (shelter home) for the homeless besides installing two Water Filtration Plants whereas two Water Filtration Plants have been restored.

Begum Perveen Sarwar, wife of Governor Punjab and chairperson of Sarwar Foundation, while talking to media said that Sarwar Foundation is committed to serving humanity for which we are working in the sectors of clean drinking water, health and education, adding that at present, two hospitals of the Sarwar Foundation are serving the ailing humanity in Chichawatni and Rajana where health facilities are being provided to thousands of poor people daily, while the Sarwar Foundation is providing safe drinking water to over 2.2 million people on a daily basis through its water filtration Plants.

Begum Perveen Sarwar said that the Sarwar Foundation has also started its first Panagah project for the poor and homeless under which the first Panagah has been set up at Faisalabad Lari Ada which has separate wings for men and women. Free meals will also be provided to the dwellers of Panagah, she added.

With the help of philanthropists, similar shelter homes will be set up in other cities of Punjab in the coming days so that the homeless will no longer have to sleep on roads in the sweltering heat of summer.

Begum Perveen Sarwar said that Alhamdulillah Sarwar Foundation has become the largest (non-profit) provider of potable water in Pakistan.

Under this mission, two new filtration plants have been installed in Faisalabad city whereas two Filtration Plants have been restored. These Filtration Plants will provide clean drinking water to thousands of people daily.

Chairperson Sarwar Foundation said that there is no greater service than the service of humanity and the peace of mind that I get by serving humanity cannot be described in words.

Despite the challenges posed by Coronavirus Pandemic, Sarwar Foundation is providing relief to the indigent sections of the population by improving their access to education, quality healthcare and safe drinking water.

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