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Pakistan supports SOS Children's Village

14 October, 2015

The ladies of the High Commission paid a visit to the SOS Children’s Village Pretoria to meet the less privileged children. As in 2014, the ladies spent some quality time with the Mothers and Children of the SOS Village and offered “all possible support” from Pakistan. The ladies also presented sacks of Pakistani rice for the children and families of the Village. The High Commissioner and Counsellor (Press & Culture) also were present during the visit.

Photo: Mrs. Madiha Saqib, wife of High Commissioner, presenting rice to the SOS Village

 

 

 

Photo: Mrs. Madiha Saqib, wife of High Commissioner and, ladies of the High Commission with children and staff of the SOS Village

In South Africa, the SOS Children’s Villages have been operational since 1982. Presently, they are running eleven active programmes across South Africa establishing local roots to understand and serve the needs of children and families. Their Mission is to “build families for children in need and help them shape their own future.”

Photo: High Commissioner, Najm us Saqib with children of the SOS Village

The Administrator of the SOS Village expressed profound gratitude to the High Commission for Pakistan’s continued support and assistance.


Pakistan High Commission, Pretoria

 

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